Acoustic Music Series presents: Dan Moroz
Date: Sunday, June 26, 2022
Doors: 5 pm for Golden Hour
Showtime: 7:00 pm
About Dan Moroz:
Chicago-based saxophonist Dan Moroz is an innovative performer, published composer, and well-regarded music educator that has built a reputation of creating engaging, emotional, and thought-provoking concert experiences. His unique style oscillates between the cerebral and the visceral, the technical and the lyrical, the traditional and the experimental, the raw and the refined; a blend of simplicity and complexity delivered in a style that is genre-defying, yet relatable and enjoyable to audiences of any variety.
This concert of original material will be centered around the allegory of Plato’s Cave. As we recover as a society from lockdowns and mandates and try to get “back to normal”, many are saying we live in a “post-truth world”. Confusion is everywhere and our collective mental health is in a precarious state. Reconnecting to ourselves and to each other through the humanities is an important first step to exiting the cave and understanding universal truths. Turn away from your screens, step into Epiphany, and open yourself to this transcendent experience!
Dan Moroz will be joined for this performance by Dan Hennel (piano), Eric Morong (vibraphone), and Bryanna Moroz (voice/ukulele).
“It is the task of the enlightened not only to ascend to learning and to see the good, but to be willing to descend again to those prisoners and to share their troubles and their honors, whether they are worth having or not. And this they must do, even with the prospect of death.”
📅 Time: 7:00pm
📌 Venue: Epiphany Center for the Arts
👤 Age requirement: 21+ with valid ID
♿ Accessibility: this venue is ADA compliant
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