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Tim Hall brings you "Trust The Process" – a live performance infusion of poetry, storytelling, and music about creative expression, self love, and artistic exploration. Tim’s music is used to underscore his vivid storytelling with warm neo-soul, jazz, and hip-hop influences. Hall’s poetry draws inspiration from his lived experiences—charting the nuances of blackness, masculinity, and the beauties of life.
Tim Hall is an award winning musician, performance poet, and producer from Detroit, MI, who honors Boston as his current home. He has shared stages and recordings with artists such as The Nappy Roots, Carolyn Malachi, Bilal, Chris Turner, Aloe Blacc, Maria Fenklemeier, The Boston Symphony Orchestra, and Diana Oh, among others. Writings of his have been published in: Proud Flesh – Afrikan Journal of Culture, Politics, & Consciousness; Mass Poetry – Hard Work of Hope; Vagabond Publishing; and Whisper & Roar Publishing, and currently Hall’s poetry lives in City Hall as he work was selected to be part of Mayor Wu’s poetry project.
Tim began his work at Berklee in 2013 and is currently a faculty member in the professional music department. He was honored as Session Musician of the Year by the 2020 Boston Music Awards, nominated for “Best Jazz Act” by the 2023 New England Music Awards, and recognized by WBUR’s Artery 25 as 1 of 25 millennials of color impacting arts and culture in Boston. His work can be experienced through his new project, Trust the Process EP, as well as “Colors Of My Soul,” and a self-published book, Trust The Process.