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Third Coast Percussion

Ensemble Members
David Skidmore, percussion
Robert Dillon, percussion
Peter Martin, percussion
Sean Connors, percussion
David Skidmore

4045 N Rockwell
Chicago, IL, 60618
(847) 644-1383

Additional Info
Year Founded
Classical, New Music
Ensemble in
University of Notre Dame's DeBartolo Performing Arts Center

Hailed by The New Yorker as “vibrant” and “superb,” THIRD COAST PERCUSSION explores and expands the extraordinary sonic possibilities of the percussion repertoire, delivering vibrant performances for audiences of all kinds. Founded in 2005, this “brilliant” ensemble (The Independent) has performed over 100 concerts across the country, presents an annual concert season at home in Chicago, and has commissioned dozens of new works by composers including David T. Little, Glenn Kotche, Marcos Balter, Ted Hearne, and Augusta Read Thomas.


March 5, 2015
8:00 PM
Miller Theater at Columbia University
New York, NY
March 22, 2015
6:30 PM
National Gallery of Art, West Court Garden
Washington, DC
May 21, 2015
7:30 PM
Museum of Contemporary Art
Chicago, IL



On August 18 we perform a concert including 2 works co-commissioned by Chamber Music America's Classical Commissioning Program: Augusta Read Thomas "Resounding Earth" mvt 2, and Glenn Kotche "Wild Sound" mvt 4. The concert will be broadcast live at


We are SO THRILLED to be able to take part in an extended residency in May 2016 at Juneau Jazz and Classics, funded by a CMA Residency Partnership Program grant! We'll be posting more information about the events closer to the date, so stay tuned!


Third Coast Percussion has been incredibly fortunate over the past few years to receive a tremendous amount of support from Chamber Music America. In 2012, TCP received a CMA Classical Commissioning grant for a new work from Augusta Read Thomas entitled "Resounding Earth." Since the premiere we've played the work over 25 times!