Back by popular demand, Third Coast Percussion returned to Rush Hour this week in a performance of Paul Lansky’s “Threads.” The concert was once again broadcast live on the radio and online by 98.7 WFMT, garnering rave reviews from fans all over the country. For in-depth discussion of the Princeton-based composer’s work, listen to Artistic Director Deborah Sobol’s podcast with Third Coast Percussion.
(Pictured from left to right) Robert Dillon, David Skidmore, Owen Clayton Condon and Peter Martin of Third Coast Percussion. This is the fourth consecutive season these fan favorites have performed for Rush Hour.
The Very Rev. Joy E. Rogers of St. James Cathedral (left) and Richard Cahan of The MacArthur Fund for Arts and Culture at the Richard H. Driehaus Foundation (center) connect with Rush Hour Artistic Director Deborah Sobol during the pre-concert reception. The MacArthur Fund for Arts and Culture at the Richard H. Driehaus Foundation is a Rush Hour foundation sponsor. Visit our website to learn more about how you can support Rush Hour.
Concertgoers gather on the stage at the end of the concert for a closer look at Third Coast Percussion’s instruments. Members of Third Coast Percussion welcomed concertgoers to join them on stage after the performance to “test-drive” the marimbas, cymbals, drums and glass bottles used during their performance.
fanfare members enjoy refreshments at this season’s fifth fanfare post-concert happy hour.