Meet Tom Bianchi

Tom Bianchi

Tom Bianchi performs for All Together Now #7 on September 30, 2017 at the Midway Cafe.

Armed with a 4 string bass a quick wit and an entertainment value that is uniquely all his own, Tom Bianchi as a solo artist or a band leader never lets and audience down with his ability to eclectically adapt to any situation. Each 24 Hour Tom performance is like a unique recipe. The ingredients are one part musicianship, one part host and storyteller, an eclectic mix of songs, add some humor and improvisation, mix well and enjoy. www.24hourtom.com

Tom Bianchi has made himself a well known icon of the music scene in Boston area as well as all throughout New England. Sharpening his teeth as a subway musician, and as part of the prestigious Quincy Market Street Performer’s program, he has played stages from the humble Park Street Train Station to historic Club Passim in Harvard Square and The Somerville Theater on many occasions.

Meet Hye Yun Park

Hye Yun Park

Hye Yun Park performs for All Together Now on June 25th.

Hye Yun is an writer, performer, filmmaker based in New York. She is Janet Mock’s newest obsession and one of 12 Emerging Feminist Game-Changers in Media, Journalism & the Arts. Her award winning web series HEY YUN, which she writes, directs and stars in, premiered its first season November 2013 to a welcoming crowd. The first episode was invited to American Cinematheque’s  9th Annual Focus on Female Directors screening, the LA Web Fest and it won the Audience Choice Awards at the Boxed Wine Film Festival and Indie Works. Season 2 premiered on Wifey TV.  FIRST KISS NYC, a viral video she made has been written up by the Huffington Post, Daily Mail UK and many more. When not making films, she is prancing around town taking pictures of toys, clowning around or acting in other people’s films. She hails from the salty seas of Busan, South Korea.

www.hyeyunpark.com

Artist quotes:

“What drives me to create is all the poisonous sh*t that happens in my life, which I can turn into golden nuggets of art.”
“I like to brew on things that stick with me — like a slow cooked soup. And through the brewing, I grow and my stories grow.”