Third Coast Percussion members Owen Clayton Condon, Robert Dillon, Peter Martin, and David Skidmore dazzled Rush Hour audience members with a dynamic presentation of contemporary percussion music on Tuesday. Beginning with Nico Muhly’s arresting Ta and Clap, the quartet was joined by Constance Schoepflin, flute, for George Crumb’s An Idyll for the Misbegotten and ended with quartet member David Skidmore’s composition In Contact.

In addition to the unique musical presentation, concertgoers enjoyed refreshments generously provided by Trader Joe’s at the pre-concert reception.

Thank You, Trader Joe's! by you.

Thank you, Trader Joe’s!

David Skidmore and Owen Clayton Condon by you.

David Skidmore and Owen Clayton Condon rehearse before the concert

Peter Martin and Robert Dillon by you.

Robert Dillon and Peter Martin

Third Coast Percussion by you.

The group rehearses framed by the stunning Cathedral interiorAfter the concert by you.

Owen Clayton Condon demonstrates different sounds for interested concertgoers

Chuck Hamilton and Managing Director Julie Hutchison by you.

Managing Director Julie Hutchison with volunteer Chuck Hamilton

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