Fall 2017 Beatboxing Residency at Harvard runs Oct. 19-21 More information
Conversation and mini workshop: Experience the history and art of beatboxing, or vocal percussion—producing drum sounds and beat patterns using the lips, tongue, mouth, throat and voice—at this conversation moderated by Northeastern University hip-hop faculty and workshop led by Chesney Snow, an award-winning actor, beatboxer, poet, musician and songwriter.
Event admission: Free; seating is limited, first come, first served, subject to venue capacity. RSVP required. Reception following.
Venue: Northeastern Crossing, Northeastern University, 1175 Tremont Street, Boston map | directions
About the Residency
Beatboxer, film producer and Broadway actor Chesney Snow and film producer Rich McKeown will present their award-winning film American Beatboxer and a series of related events during a three-day residency co-sponsored by the Office for the Arts Learning from Performers program and the Harvard Ed Portal, in conjunction with Northeastern Crossing at Northeastern University.
Thursday, October 19, 6-7:30 PM: Conversation moderated by Northeastern University hip-hop faculty and mini workshop with beatboxer Chesney Snow and filmmaker Rich McKeown. RSVP required.
Friday, October 20, 1-2 PM: From Beatboxing to Broadway: Conversation and pizza lunch with Chesney Snow
Open to Harvard undergrads only. Seating is limited to 18. Register here.
Friday, October 20, 7 PM: film screening: AMERICAN BEATBOXER with producer Rich McKeown and executive producer Chesney Snow
Snow will introduce and screen his documentary "American Beatboxer" at the Harvard Ed Portal, followed by a discussion with producer Rich McKeown and executive producer and beatboxer Chesney Snow, moderated by Martha Diaz. RSVP required.
Saturday, October 21, 3-5 PM: A conversation with beatboxer Chesney Snow, moderated by film producer Rich McKeown, and workshop/demonstration/cypher with community
See the Fall 2017 Beatboxing Residency at Harvard page for more information and bios of Snow and McKeown.