STOMP to bring unique rhythms to the Phillips Center this weekend
Kelsey Diaz / WUFT-FM
STOMP performers from left to right: Eric Fay, Cammie Griffin, Mike Silvia, Mike Hall
STOMP is is a performance troupe that uses everyday objects to produce catchy rhythms. The group is playing three shows this weekend at the Curtis M. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts in Gainesville. Florida’s 89.1, WUFT FM’s Kelsey Diaz received a private performance this morning. She heard 4 cast members make music using match boxes and their hands and feet, but on stage tonight they will be using much more.
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