Events

Past Events

MAY 16

Transitory Sound and Movement Collective
“Freaks, Geeks, Beats and Feets or Feats” 

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The Transitory Sound and Movement Collective will premiere an exciting new collaborative experiential work “Freaks, Geeks, Beats and Feets or Feats” at the Rec Room on Tuesday, May 16th, 2017.

Sound/Multi-Media Artist: Lynn Lane is bringing together an amazing group of highly acclaimed artists to this new collabortion. Danielle Georgiou (dance artist) will be coming in from Dallas to be a part of this along with 3G Percussion and NYC film artist Ron Kiley. The TSMC's work creates a truly immersive improvisational experience through the blending sound, movement and visual arts.

Movement: 
Danielle Georgiou (Dallas)

Sound: 
Lynn Lane (electronics/field recording/guitar?)
Sarek Gutierrez (percussion)
Jacob Gutierrez (percussion)
Zach Gutierrez (percussion)

Film:
Ron Kiley (NYC)

MAY 22

CHAMBER MUSIC POP UP SHOW | 3G PERCUSSION & PETERSON-HAYS DUO

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Join us for our exciting Chamber Music Pop-Up Show at the Brick at Blue Star Gallery in San Antonio, Texas! The evening will feature performances from 3G Percussion and the Peterson/Hayes Duo. 

General Admission (Online & at the door) $10.00

* Cash accepted at the door. Credit Cards accepted at the door (through Square device)

About 3G Percussion

3G Percussion is a percussion ensemble based out of Houston, Texas led by Jacob Gutierrez, Sarek Gutierrez, and Zach Gutierrez. The group is dedicated to performing modern percussion music and exploring new avenues for percussion.

www.3gpercussion.com

About Peterson/Hayes Duo

The Peterson/Hayes Duo, Inc. is a registered 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation that exists to commission and promote flute and percussion chamber music through quality performance and educational experiences. Since their start in 2010, Kristin Hayes (flute) and Eric Peterson (percussion) have been committed to performing contemporary works that are diverse and innovative, while also being accessible to a variety of audiences. 

http://www.phduo.org