On Friday, September 30th Joseph performed a special concert at Third Man Records in Detroit
NY Times music critic Stephen Holden reviewed the recent concert at Pangea. Some highlights:
Singer whose range shatters the conventional boundaries of classical singing… the sensibility of a magician, a trickster’s dark humor and a formidable musical and literary erudition…
There are 2 more concerts at Pangea this summer, taking place on Thursday, June 30th and Thursday, July 21st.
Times Square Arts’ Residency at the Crossroads is a new cross-disciplinary and collaborative residency program, in which artists are invited to experiment and engage with Times Square’s unique urban identity and users. As the fourth resident artist of this program, Joseph Keckler will begin his residency in which he reconsiders the New Yorkers’ supposed rejection of the contemporary Times Square (the associated embarrassment and contrarian allergy towards it) through surreptitious performance.
Joseph holds a cocktail with branch-like fingers, with Director of Times Square Arts Sherry Dobbin, Joe Ahearn, Helga Davis, and Mike Hanf after the After Hours performance, presented in conjunction with Clocktower at The Lambs Club, 2014.