Ten music students from the University of New Mexico will be presenting a series of concerts in venues that don't often get live performances. The first of these performances takes place at Joy Junction (homeless shelter) on Thursday, May 10 at 6:30 p.m. The second performance is for the students at the Juvenile Detention Center on Friday, May 11 at 9 a.m.
These informal concerts will include spoken introductions, audience participation, along with a wide variety of music from classical masterpieces, to avant garde works, to jazz, pop, country and rap.
The performances are part of a class taught by Professor Karl Hinterbichler and are intended to expand performance opportunities for student musicians, and share their music outside the academic environment.
UNM Music Students to Perform in Non-Traditional Venues
May 09, 2012