The Schreiner Coffeehouse Music Series continues at the Lion’s Den in the Floyd and Kathleen Cailloux Campus Activity Center at Schreiner University on Wednesday, Nov 7. The concert starts at 7 p.m. and is free and open to the public.
This Coffeehouse performance will feature Schreiner University students from the English and the Music Departments and will consist of singing, musical instruments and spoken word performances.
Special Guest, Christopher “Rooster” Martinez, a spoken word/slam poet will also perform. Martinez is a writer and spoken word poet from San Antonio, TX. He is earning an MA/MFA from the Creative Writing, Literature & Social Justice Program at Our Lady of the Lake University. He co-founded the Blah Poetry Spot, a local poetry open mic and community organization. His work has appeared in Button Poetry, The Huffington Post Latino Voices, Pittsburgh Poetry Review, Pilgrimage Press, the Sagebrush Review, and self-published chapbooks.
The Texas Music Coffeehouse series is sponsored by the Schreiner University Department of English and World Languages, 94.3 Rev FM and 103.7 FM The Buck.
For more information about the Texas Music Coffeehouse series, contact Dr. Kathleen Hudson, director of Texas Heritage and professor of English at Schreiner, at firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 830-792-7409.