SoundSpace is back again. The Blanton Museum of Art at the University of Texas at Austin is proud to announce the return of one of it’s favorite programs on Sunday, March 10 at 2 p.m. SoundSpace was developed by Blanton and Steven Parker, Artist-in-Residence, as a concert series that brings out musicians and artists of all kinds from Austin’s artistic community for performances throughout the museum. Just in time for South by Southwest, this concert will be featuring work that transcend classical, pop and rock idioms to blur genres in new ways.
Among the scheduled artists is Austin-favorite Mother Falcon, who will be performing songs from their forthcoming album. Graham Reynolds, Steve Snowden, Andy Sigler and others will also have performances of their works. Other highlights include the virtuosic saxophonists of Bel Cuore Saxophone Quartet, opera scenes from One Ounce Opera and a choral performance by Convergence. To top off the night, the event will conclude with an interactive, sing-along of Queen’s “Bohemian Rhapsody.” No better way to end the night, if you ask us. SoundSpace is a great example of Blanton’s commitment to developing collaborations that provide new experiences with art while inspiring creativity and supporting the educational trek of UT.