Bridgeport Art Trail Musicians

The ‘BAT’ program team has sprinkled quality, popular… even world renown music performances and music video screenings throughout the arts celebration weekend.

THURSDAY 11/7/19 PARK CITY ALLSTARS, a musical mash-up arranged specifically for the Bpt At Trail kick-off party at read’s ArtSpace at 1042 Broad St. Singer/songwriters will showcase a taste of their original music along with popular covers on Thursday 11/7/19 at the Bpt Art Trail Kick-off party held annually at the Read’s Groundfloor Gallery, 1042 Downtown Bridgeport, CT. This line-up is curated by John Torres of” Color Fields”


Chris Cavaliere – Clinging to the Hollow Hand Fuzz – Raise the Dead by Caravan of Thieves

Color Fields, John Torress and Scott PackhamAnimal

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FRIDAY NIGHT 11/8/19: Downtown Art Crawl
Check out the list of stellar musicians performing:

Rick Reyes has paired a musician with the multiple site reception storefront window installations on Main St and Fairfiled for the Pop of Color

Pop of Color Musicians:
Bridgeport musician,  Joe Kiernan is a versatile guitarist with roots in blues, jazz, rock, Latin & acoustic styles. He has been performing for the last 20 plus years in the United States and South America.

Joe has played alongside with many musicians in the New York and Connecticut area including greats like Les Paul and Ronnie Earle. Currently Joe plays in the Connecticut area where he is also a music teacher. Formerly teaching in Bridgeport, he teaches in the Norwalk school district.

Joe believes music is one of life’s gifts, and passing it on to the next person is the best gift of all. Weaving intricate melodies while finding a soulful voice on the guitar is what a Joe is known for.

Versatile Bassist Rich Zarkowski going by the name of “In the Key of Z” , Father and Daughter, Rich Zurkowski and Chloe Zurkowski make their debut At this year’s Pop of color event.

Here’s more about the father and daughter duo, In the Key of Z:

He was a musician for a very long time. Then he met her and his whole life changed. For as long as either of them can remember They have played and sang together, for nothing else but the joy of it.

Bassist/Composer Steve Clarke is a Park City Treasure. He is one of the artists that will Be Performing at A Pop of Color. A great opportunity to see Steve perform in a very intimate setting.

Born and raised in Bridgeport CT. Steve played and taught music solely for over 25 years and performed with Marion Meadows, Vincent Ingala, Phillip Denny, Tom Browne, Estaban, Marcus Anderson, Adam Haley, Ragan Whiteside, Victor Fields, Sherry Winston.

His new “Live in Europe” CD with Walter Fischbacher and Viaco Deczi, recorded Live on 2016 Tour in CZ. Steve has released CD’s,(latest release “Sparkle”) under his own name and has recorded on 58 CD’s of various artist.

Steve has toured in Germany, Czech Republic, Austria, Slovakia, Bulgaria, Romania as well as throughout U.S. with various groups. Snippets of ALL 8 CD’s can be heard: As well as on itunes, amazon, ect.


 City Lights Gallery and Bridgeport Art Trail present an evening of music and poetry at the historic Bijou Theatre CT, showcasing music videos by Bridgeport area musicians Ricardo Reyes, Fuzz Sangiovanni and Caravan of Thieves, Pigeon English, Color Fields with John Torres and Scott Packham, Lines West, Chris Cavaliere and Greater Bridgeport Symphony. Many of the videos feature Bridgeport locations. Live music will be performed by Lys Guillorn, Rob Nelson, Fuzz Sangiovanni and Pigeon English, Lyrical Voices Night of Poetry & Arts ~ An Open Mic will also present a poetry open mic hosted by poet and artist Shanna Tanika Melton. Join us for an unforgettable evening as The Bridgeport Art Trail celebrates the work of local poets and musicians!

PREVIEW BPT MUSIC VIDOES, some performed in local landmark locations, like Mountain Grove Cemetery. Checkout Fuzz Sangiovanni  – Raise the Dead by Caravan of Thieves  and the Greater Bridgeport Symphony performs The Lark Ascending in the shuttered Palace Theatre on Main St North.

MIKATA starts the night with a folkloric African percussion and dance set.

Orquestra Afinke takes the stage to heat up the night with Salsa!
Check out Orquestra Afinke