Saturday | June 10 | 4 pm | Belk Building
A long-time friend of artist Steve Hinton, Chip Epsten, will perform with Artifactual String Unit at 4 pm in the Belk building at 140 W. Broad Ave. in downtown Albany.
View works of art by Hinton in conjunction with Steve Hinton & Friends…From the Beginning as you experience the art of music and community in the future home of the AMA.
With Epsten on violin, Benjamin Shirley on cello, and Gabriel Monticello on bass, the Artifactual String Unit infuses the sonic residues of a classical trio with the elemental feeling of a garage band to create a unique musical experience. The musicians bring their expertise from years of performing in concert halls, theaters, clubs, and galleries to bear with their love for improvisation, expanding the possibilities for string music.
Cost: Free and open to the public, but to ensure adequate seating please RSVP HERE or call 229.439.8400.