Sunday’s pick: Blanton Museum’s SoundSpace

The Blanton's SoundSpace show features musicians and dancers focusing on out-of-the-ordinary music techniques and instruments.
The Blanton’s SoundSpace show features musicians and dancers focusing on out-of-the-ordinary music techniques and instruments.

Out-of-the-ordinary musical techniques and newly constructed instruments are at the center of the eighth installment of SoundSpace, the Blanton Museum of Art’s acclaimed biannual concert series.

The Blanton’s galleries will transform into an immersive sensory space with a vibrant lineup of performances by musicians and dancers.

SoundSpace: Sound Construction will highlight the variety of ways in which musicians explore tonal color and texture, incorporating techniques and instruments ranging from guitar and violin to modified children’s toys.

Details: 2 p.m. Sunday. $5-$9 (museum admission). 200 E. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. 512-471-7324, http://www.blantonmuseum.org.

Author: Melissa M. Martinez

Melissa M. Martinez is a content producer for austin360.com and statesman.com. She also writes the occasional story about her favorite hobby, baking!

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