Past New Music and Drumming Events


Jiri Janis with "Mysterious Journey"

Wes Stephens with "Who Knows if the Moon's A Balloon?"

Rodrigo Baggio with "The Glass Factory"
Margarita Zelenaia with "Homeage II to Rachmaninoff"


Carolina Heredia with "Dejate Caer" (Let Yourself Fall)


Game Plan: You vs. Thou -A Concert of Found Object Instruments

Saturday, June 8, 2013 - 8:30pm

Game Plan: You vs. Thou -A Concert of Found Object Instruments, coordinated by Pete Tomshany 

• 8:30p, Sat., June 8, 2013 • Living Arts, 307 E. Brady • Cost: $5, members; $7, general 

Doors Open @ 7:30p

the Warm Ups @ 8:30p (opening act, feat. the Game Plan players, audience participants)
Gametime @ 10:00p

$7, $5 Members

the Game Plan players:

Jae Wilson, hypospatial value manager and floppy boot stomper

Steve Beard, palm scheduler and big crunch coordinator

Josh Massad, cross-disciplinary peer reviewer and temporal perspective editor

Peter Tomshany, dark matter skeptic and gross materials mismanagement

Game Plan:  You vs. Thou

What shall we play? Shall we compete, or help one another win? Shall we cheat? What is "loss"?

We have questions about games, nature and society. We have questions about ourselves and questions about you.

We will explore these questions, through music derived/composed from games: rules and cheating, realities of physical and mental gameplay, musical maps, being a good (or bad) sport, and other aspects of the modern competitive experience.

Our instruments are conceived, assembled, and/or built by prominent dark matter skeptic and gross materials mismanager, Peter Tomshany.

The sounds we make will be accessible and experimental. The questions we have will be asked and/or answered through the course of musical game play, and related shenanigans. Especially shenanigans.


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