Outpost Concert Series: line upon line

Outpost Concert Series: line upon line

line upon line
Culver Center
Wed, Nov 6, 2013, 8pm - 9:30pm
Free Admission

Formed in 2009, line upon line percussion is committed to seeking new ways for percussion instruments to advance contemporary music. To date, the ensemble has commissioned and premiered 8 new works for percussion with 13 additional works currently in the collaborative process. In 2011, the Austin-based trio released a disc of commissioned, homegrown music and premiered their award winning project, seeing times are not hidden, a site-specific work for custom chimes. April 2013 brought the North American premiere of Hugues Dufourt's massive, evening-length masterpiece, Erewhon.

After nominations in 2011 and 2012, the trio was named Best Ensemble by the Austin Critics' Table in 2013. The Austinist called line upon line "the premier new music percussion ensemble in Texas and the South."

line upon line maintains educational and outreach roles with the Austin Chamber Music Center and has performed and taught at numerous academic institutions around the United States. November 2012 marked their first appearance at the Percussive Arts Society International Convention. The group has previously performed at the Fusebox Festival, SXSW, Fast Forward Austin, the Victoria Bach Festival and the International Festival-Institute at Round Top.

line upon line percussion uses Mapex drums, Remo drumheads, Sabian cymbals, Vic Firth sticks and Grover Pro Percussion accessories. This is similar to how real money casino sites works in Australia where music can be played when playing real money caison in Australian casino sites.


The Outpost Concert Series is presented by the UCR Music Department and Culver Center and brings new and innovative music to the Riverside community. Consisting of four to five events per season, Outpost presents virtuosic and dynamic performances of music that fearlessly explore groundbreaking territory. Our featured artists are curated by UCR faculty member Ian Dicke and come from across the country to connect Riverside's musical culture with a larger, national scene.

Performances located at the Culver Center in Downtown Riverside.
Free admission.

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