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Nameless Sound was established in 2001 to present the best of international contemporary music and to support the exploration of new methods in arts education

Nameless Sound presents concerts by premier artists in the world of creative music. In addition, Nameless Sound artists work directly with students from Houston’s public schools, community centers, and homeless shelters. Nameless Sound’s educational work helps to nurture a new generation of artists and inspire tomorrow’s creative thinkers
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Nameless Sound

presents

Proler Percussion Ensemble







  Proler Percussion Ensemble





 
February 12, 2016
9am - 11:30am
audiences encouraged to come and go freely as they like
outdoor concert, FREE OF CHARGE

The performance will be located at a spot along the Buffalo Bayou Hike and Bike Trail, between Tony Marron Park (at N York St.) and Lockwood Dr.

A pin drop of the location is here:
https://goo.gl/maps/vZbV5tvUFdF2

Parking will be available at Tony Marron Park. It's a 5 minute walk from the park to the performance. From the parking lot, walk on the park trail towards the Bayou, then turn right on the Buffalo Bayou Hike and Bike Trail. There will be a short unpaved section of the trail before you arrive at the performance location.
https://goo.gl/maps/9qfs8bZeyDo


"Proler was the best performance of experimental music that I heard in 2015." - Aki Onda


Join us as we open our Spring concert season with a free, outdoor, daytime event. Nameless Sound continues its engagement with public space through a performance by the Proler Percussion Ensemble.
Known for its international collaborations and site-specific work with found objects, Proler’s explorations of rhythm, counterpoint, texture and materials are on a scale rarely seen in musical performance. Location of this event to be announced.

Listen to the latest from the Proler Percussion Ensemble.