Boise musician Kevin Kirk spent 25 years working on a jazz Mass. It’s time for the premier performance.
Article By The Idaho Statesman He’s volunteered his time and talent to play piano at nursing homes and cancer care centers. He makes his living playing in restaurants and bars, on stage and in recording studios. Kevin Kirk is an accomplished Boise jazz musician, perhaps best known as founder, composer
A quarter century in the making
Kevin Kirk, a well know Boise pianist, recording artist and composer has been creating music for 48 years. An on each of his solo albums or those created with his Band, Onomatopoeia, at least one song was composed for eventual use as part of his most passionate project: a Jazz Mass. After 25 years, this Jazz Mass is now complete. He is calling it, “Sacred Music – A Jazz Prayer.”
New Album Release & Concert
Kevin Kirk & Onomatopoeia are proud to announce the release of their new album, “What Is The Nature Of Your Emergency?” Join in the Album Release Celebration Concert on Friday, June 5th, at The Sapphire Room. Admission includes a free copy of the new CD.
Welcome to my Website
Welcome. Thank you for visiting this most recent upgrade and refinement of my website. The different look and fresh content coincide with another change: I am back in the studio, in earnest! It feels great to be creating again in the studio environment. I’m putting my full energy into
Awards and Reviews
Kevin Kirk & Onomatopoeia in Concert The Triple Crown of Awards to Idaho Public Television for their televised production of Idaho’s own Kevin Kirk & Onomatopoeia! The full program of Kevin Kirk and Onomatopoeia in Concert was distributed in high definition by NETA (below) to every public TV licensee across
Live in Concert CD & DVD Available Now
Kevin Kirk & Onomatopoeia In Concert – Live DVD “Practically unboxable,” “rhythmically diverse,” and “eminently listenable” are comments that have all been applied to the music that pours from the stage into the souls of the audience when Kevin Kirk and Onomatopoeia perform. Idaho Public Television captured them in January