Sound Relationships – An Encore Presentation

A Benefit Concert Celebrating the Attleboro Arts Museum’s Centennial

Friday, September 22nd, 2023. Doors open at 7pm.

Attleboro Arts Museum, 86 Park Street, Attleboro, MA

Order your tickets today! Space is limited.

The Attleboro Arts Museum presents a benefit concert to honor the organization’s 100th anniversary.  The concert is a reprise of Sound Relationships, a performance originally held in 2016, that featured the artistry of parent/adult child musician teams.  The 2023 event is called Sound Relationships – An Encore Presentation.

The concert’s essence runs parallel to the Museum’s multigenerational impact. For decades the organization has been cultivating the next generation of visual artists through vivid exhibitions, art classes and cultural programs.  Sound Relationships also demonstrates how creativity can be passed down and the beautiful process of nurturing emerging talent.  

Three acclaimed musical families will perform:

Louis Leeman and Jeri Karam Kozak

Louis Leeman is a singer, songwriter, guitarist who lives in Swansea, MA. He has been a member of the Southeastern New England music scene since the 70s and has had the opportunity to play gigs you wouldn’t believe – both good and bad. The good ones have been getting to be the opener for Tom Rush, John Mayall, Leon Russell, Darrell Scott, and others. These performances were at The Narrows Center for the Arts in Fall River, MA. Leeman’s most recent CD “Same Age, Time and Town” is available through HearNow and can also be heard on Spotify, YouTube, etc.

Jeri Karam Kozak is the lead singer in Deja Blue, a popular band in the Fall River/New Bedford area. She also performs original songs in a duo with her father Louis Leeman. The duo can be seen on YouTube with their performances on The Artists’ Corner and The Michael Troy Tribute at The Narrows Center for the Arts.

Mike, Trish and Kelce McLernon

Mike McLernon has been playing music since 1969 and he enjoys it more with each passing decade.  He loves to play standards from the piano titans of years past, like Billy Joel and Elton John.  He also enjoys playing the timeless music of Vince Guaraldi of Peanuts fame.  He will be joined by his wife Trish and daughter Kelce. 

K E L C E is an accomplished musician who writes R&B-inspired pop as a way to understand and connect with the world. She has two EPs and several singles that can be heard on most streaming platforms including Spotify, Apple music, itunes and her YouTube channel.

Andy and Aksel Solberg

A consummate musician, Andy Solberg performs regularly on guitar, vocals, violin, and bass. He also plays keys, drums, trumpet, and steel pedal guitar. For 25-some years, Andy has been lighting up listening rooms in the Boston-to-Cape Cod area with his guitar virtuosity. Equal master of the Telecaster, archtop, or acoustic, he’s a musician’s musician. 

Aksel Solberg is a guitarist/vocalist/songwriter for the rock, blues, funk, progressive and alternative band The Franklin Underground.


Monica and Amy Ambroziak – with Karl D’Souza

The concert date is Friday, September 22nd and doors open to the public at 7pm. There will be an exhibition on view in half of the Museum’s Ottmar Gallery and the remaining half will be open for the concert.  This multi-disciplinary event is emblematic of the Museum’s cultural programs.

Order your tickets today! Space is limited.

Great thanks to our Sound Relationships Sponsor:

Kelly Crowley Realtor, Keller Williams Elite Realty

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