march, 2019

thu21mar7:30 pm9:30 pmSOLD OUT! Concerts Under the Stars - Pink Sky7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

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Join the GRPM in the Chaffee Planetarium on March 21 to experience Pink Sky, an indie electronica artband that performs immersive live sets with analog synths, drum machines, samplers, electric pianos, and live visual projections. Pink Sky was formed in late 2016 by husband and wife, Ryan and Angelica Hay, as a response to a loss of identity after each suffered separate life-threatening traumas. Since then, Pink Sky has served as an attempt to create immersive beauty while reclaiming meaning and identity. Accompanying Pink Sky with live visuals on the planetarium dome will be Nate Eizenga.

The concert begins at 7:30 p.m., with Museum doors opening at 6:30 p.m. Refreshments, beer and other beverages will be available for purchase.

Tickets are $12 for Museum members and $15 for general public in advance, and $15 for Museum members and $18 for general public at the door. Limited tickets available.

Pink Sky
Pink Sky is an indie electronica artband that performs immersive live sets with analog synths, drum machines, samplers, electric pianos, and live visual projections.

Pink Sky was formed in late 2016 by husband and wife, Ryan and Angelica Hay, as a response to a loss of identity after each suffered separate life-threatening traumas. Since then, Pink Sky has served as an attempt to create immersive beauty while reclaiming meaning and identity.

Formerly a microbiologist, Angelica Hay received a fellowship to Kendall College of Art and Design and is currently completing an MFA in Painting and an MA in Visual and Critical Studies. Ryan has an MA in English and used to teach college composition and rhetoric but is currently attending GRCC’s Recording Technology program while mixing Pink Sky’s second LP.

Pink Sky’s debut album, FORMS, is available on iTunes, Spotify, Apple Music, and all other digital outlets, as well on Double LP Vinyl.

Based in Grand Rapids, Pink Sky is part of a burgeoning indie synth scene in Michigan. Pink Sky hosts an art and music series (HAY YAH House Shows) in their home studio, featuring two synth-based artists and two visual artists each show.

Nate Eizenga
Nate Eizenga is a Grand Rapids native who moonlights as video artist, focusing on accompaniment for live musical performances. By using controllers intended for digital music production to create, mix, and manipulate video in real time he crafts a visual experience that toes the line between artistic spontaneity and musical synchronicity. Since his first public show in 2015 Nate has performed for numerous events, including Concerts Under the Stars 2017 and 2018.

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