Known for his crystalline high-tenor voice and intricate chamber folk compositions, Tomo Nakayama has been praised by NPR, New York Times, and KEXP. This multi-instrumentalist, singer, and songwriter has toured throughout the U.S. and Japan at festivals including SXSW, CMJ, Sasquatch, and Bumbershoot. Fog On The Lens, his first solo album, was made after nearly a decade fronting beloved chamber-pop band Grand Hallway. Nakayama's music has drawn comparisons to Sufjan Stevens, Elliott Smith, Paul Simon, and Sigur Rós.
The Senses of Summer Music Series brings together artists and audiences for a series of outdoor concerts held in the Henry's loading dock. The featured artists — Tomo Nakayama, Golden Retriever, and Elise Baldwin from Seattle, Portland, and San Francisco respectively — are unified by their unique approach to sound, narrative, and atmosphere. The series is guest-organized by Eilish Cullen.
Free with museum admission
This event is public.
Henry Art Gallery is accessible to all visitors. Please notify the staff of any special needs or concerns when planning to attend this event.