BeExposed! to the Arts at the Rhode – holiday concert and art celebration

On Friday, December 21st, starting at 6 pm, at the Rhode Center for the Arts, located at 514 – 56th Street, in Kenosha, the Kenosha Art Association will be presenting The Kal Bergendahl Project Holiday Concert and Art Celebration.  The suggested donation is $5.

Come and enjoy a jazzy mix of your Christmas favorites performed by the Kal Bergendahl Project (KBP). Founded in the fall of 2005, the KBP steps into the worlds of vocal R&B, pop, and smooth jazz, creating a unique and interesting blend of music that attracts a wide audience. The group’s sounds are reminiscent of David Sanborn and Kirk Whalum on the jazz side and Norah Jones and John Mayer on the pop side.

Melodic variety is a key element of the KBP’s style, as a live show features pop and soul vocal melodies incorporated with instrumental melodies led by the saxophone, guitar and bass. This variety creates an intriguing musical texture that can be led by any member in the band.

The Kenosha Art Association’s mission is to promote art, art education, and art appreciation in the greater Kenosha area.  Visit their website at:

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