Ben Tweel in Concert at BKCM

Ben Tweel in Concert at BKCM

Sunday, March 5, 2023 – 7:30 pm – STANDING ROOM TICKETS AVAILABLE!

Brooklyn musician and BKCM Suzuki parent Ben Tweel performs live music from his recent album “Bring in the Lampstand and Light Its Lamps.” The music is an exploration of family through sound, rendered as atmospheric electroacoustic music through live and processed instruments. Woven through the compositions are bits of his children’s (BKCM) music lessons and their own musical explorations.

The suggested price per ticket for this event is $10. See more about our sliding scale model below.

Due to the high demand for this event, any tickets purchased from February 2nd onward will be considered STANDING ROOM only.

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Suggested Donation: $10.00

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  • At BKCM, we believe that musical experiences should be accessible to all. Therefore, we have a sliding scale ticket model available for this event. Our suggested ticket price for the program is $10 per person. If you are able to give this amount or more, your valued contribution will help to ensure that BKCM’s musical events remain open to all New Yorkers. If you need to pay a reduced amount, we welcome you to do so.
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The Artist

Ben Tweel: Brooklyn, New York, musician Ben Tweel has released numerous albums as Build Buildings, including Audiobulb releases A Generation of Books and Glass EP, as well as the acclaimed albums There is a Problem with My Tape Recorder and Ceiling Lights from Street. His music has scored podcasts such as Love + Radio, Radiolab, On the Media, Reply All and StartUp; and films such as Valley Uprising. This is his first release under his own name, reflecting a more vulnerable and intimate sound. The album still highlights the blend of organic instruments and processed computer productions that he has perfected over the years, but has an added emphasis on the raw sound of acoustic instruments. To learn more about the artist, go to