Music After Dark — the second night in the weeklong Art After Dark series — featured a showcase of bands across campus.
The Musicians Club began the evening with a series of hard-hitting jams. They were joined by a French horn player and saxophonist.
Elba Terrero belted “Uptown Funk,” the Bruno Mars hit, to the pleasure of the scattered students sitting on the front lawn of the SLC.
Guitar player, Zach Bulio, enjoyed playing the event.
“This was my first time up on stage in a while. It was invigorating,” said guitar player Zack Bulio. He enjoyed every minute of performing, as he danced around and happily interacted with his fellow musicians.
Andy Dang and Warren Buchholz, both of whom work for the USC, were instrumental in organizing the showcase.
“For this program, we wanted to connect USFSP students with art culture in the St. Petersburg area,” said Dang.
“We want to prove that there’s a music community and that people of all ages, genders and occupations can rock out,” said Buchholz. “Music brings people together.”
Photo by Emily Bowers