The Goethe Pop Up Houston welcomes boogie-woogie pianist Frank Muschalle for a solo-performance.
Believed to have developed in lumber and turpentine camps in East Texas in the early 1870s, boogie-woogie style, first referred to as "fast western", was influenced by the emergence of the steam railroad, both in terms of its sound and rhythm as well as its rapid migration to other regions.
Frank Muschalle is a Berlin-based blues and boogie- woogie composer and pianist. Alongside pianists Axel Zwingenberger, Vince Weber, Martin Pyrker, among others, Muschalle has performed at jazz clubs and festivals across the world.
The concert will take place in Parish Hall at Christ the King Lutheran Church.