Music Under The Star: Spring Edition


May 3, 2015 4:00pm - 7:30pm

Bring your family, a picnic dinner, and a blanket or chairs to the Bullock Texas State History Museum every Sunday in May to enjoy free music concerts presented by the American Federation of Musicians. All concerts are free, family-friendly and highlight local musical talent. Each concert starts at 4 p.m. in the museum rotunda with performances outside in the Lone Star Plaza beginning at 5 p.m. Doors open at 3:30 p.m.

On May 3rd, come early and enjoy First Free Sunday, celebrating special exhibit Roller Derby: Skating as a Contact Sport! Families with kids ages five and up can participate in hands-on activities, drop in at an art-making station, and meet some of the Texas Rollergirls themselves.

RotundaDavid Greenfield Bowie's piano compositions incorporate ragtime, classical, blues and jazz traditions. 

Plaza:18 Karat, a dynamic new jazz duo, features the soulful vocals of Kimberly Pollini, and the multifacted 7-string guitar work of Paul Pollini. 18 Karat incorporates jazz, rock, and soul to create subtle and infectious harmonies.

PlazaGlenn Rexach's songs draw upon the artist's love of bebop, funk, rock, blues, Latin and world music. Rexach is known for his lush harmonies, soaring improvisational virtuosity, and a distinct guitar voice.