Synergy: Jim Zingarelli’s Paintings at Berklee

View More: of Art Jim Zingarelli’s work will be featured in a performance and virtual exhibit at the Berklee College of Music next week. Synergy: Chord and Color features original scores and performances by saxophonist Gail McArthur-Browne and violinist Helen Sherrah-Davies (both professors at Berklee College of Music) based on Zingarelli’s Chord and Color paintings. This collaborative arts project fuses painting and composition, creating a uniquely integrated experience for the audience.

The event will take place on Wednesday, September 30 at 7:30 p.m. in the David Friends Recital Hall at the Berklee College of Music in Boston.

Jim Zingarelli’s primary work as an artist and teacher is oriented toward abstraction and contemporary art with an emphasis on interdisciplinary study within the fine arts. His most recent work collaborates with jazz musicians involving issues of tempo, chord structure, and color. His work has been exhibited at various art venues including the Andrea Marquit Gallery (Boston), Pepper Gallery (Boston), Vorpal Gallery (New York), Dartmouth College, Yale University, St. Paul’s Cathedral  (Boston), and the Attleboro Arts Museum. Learn more at >>

Synergy: Color and Chord announcement