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2013-2014 Leach Theatre Campus Performing Arts Series

 

 Percussion

with drums 

Monday, February 3, 2014
7:30 pm

Adult $35 / Youth $25

$10 S&T Students
First 75 S&T students will receive a free ticket.
Stop by the box office to reserve your free ticket.

Reserved seating

Everyone is required to have a ticket for admittance to this show – regardless of age.


Call 573-341-4219

Buy Tickets Online

 

 is: Eric Beach, Josh Quillen, Adam Sliwinski, and Jason Treuting

 

Since coming together at the Yale School of Music in 1999,  Percussion has been creating music that is at turns raucous and touching, barbarous and heartfelt. Realizing that percussion instruments can communicate all the extremes of emotion and musical possibility, it has not been an easy music to define. Called "astonishing and entrancing" by Billboard Magazine and "brilliant" by the New York Times, the Brooklyn based quartet's innovative work with today's most exciting composers and their own original music has quickly helped them forge a unique and diverse career.

 Co-sponsored by

KCLQ Renegade Radio

Kaleidoscope Weekly

Funded in part by The James and Vera Olson Fund for the Arts


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Visit  Percussion's website here.

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