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Dominic Anthony Walsh

Summer Arts Intern

Dominic Anthony Walsh is a Trinity University student studying communication and communication management. He is the student director of programming for Indie Overnight on Trinity’s KRTU 91.7 FM, where he got his broadcasting start as creator and host of The Hippie Coffee Hours in 2017. Starting in the fall of 2019, Dominic will serve as platforms coordinator and podcast producer for the Trinitonian -- Trinity’s campus newspaper, where he began his journalism career in 2017 as a feature reporter.  

Prior to enrolling at Trinity, Dominic spent six years in the Youth Orchestras of San Antonio. He formed his first rock band in 2015 with other youth musicians from YOSA. Since then, he has stayed active in the local music community as a member of Elnuh, Sugar Skulls, and Samantha Flowers, among other projects. Dominic will graduate from Trinity in 2020 and intends to continue working as a broadcast journalist.  

 

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Thousands from Military City, U.S.A. — and beyond — lined the streets of downtown Saturday for a parade honoring Veterans Day. About 100 floats wound their way from Avenue E and Houston Street to Milam Park, where a small festival was held. 


A model of Picasso's stage design for the ballet Pulcinella inside the larger physical recreation of the same design.
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The McNay Art Museum’s new exhibit, "Picasso to Hockney: Modern Art on Stage," explores all mediums of theatre art, from set design to music composition to on-stage performance. The extensive collection of late San Antonio arts philanthropist Robert Tobin made the exhibition possible. 

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The McNay Art Museum’s new landscape master plan aims to make the property feel less like an exclusive, elite institution and more like an inclusive, accessible public park -- an approach embraced by museum director Richard Aste.


San Antonio Symphony

The San Antonio Symphony announced it will raise the base salary for musicians by about 6% over the next three years. By 2022, the starting salary will be $35,774. 

Nicki Lucio in her "Hello World" exhibit at the McNay Art Museum.
Dominic Anthony Walsh | Texas Public Radio

This summer marks the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall Riots, when members of the queer community in New York City clashed with cops in protest of anti-gay raids and police brutality. In commemoration of the anniversary, San Antonio’s McNay Art Museum is featuring works that explore gender identity. 

The exhibit is open until Sept. 15. Ticket information can be found here.


Mary Cowart conducting the Reagan Choir.
Courtesy of Leonardo Da Vinci International Choral Festival

This summer — five centuries after Claudio Monteverdi became music director at St. Mark’s Basilica in Venice — 59 high school students from San Antonio performed one of his pieces in the very building where he composed it.

Your CBD Store is a new member of the San Antonio Chamber of Commerce.
Dominic Anthony Walsh | Texas Public Radio

For the first time, the San Antonio Chamber of Commerce has accepted a CBD business as a member. San Antonio is now the first major Texan city with a CBD business included in its Chamber of Commerce. The commerce chambers of Keller and Greater Heights also include CBD businesses.   


Dominic Anthony Walsh | TPR

Scouts BSA — formerly known as Boy Scouts — allowed girls to join their ranks for the first time in February. Since then, more than 100,000 girls across the U.S. have joined. At the local level, 1,000 girls have joined or formed troops under the Alamo Area Council, which serves Bexar and 12 surrounding counties.  


Nathan Cone

Vanessa Del Fierro’s debut album, “Pistolas Y Leyendas: The Mexican-American Experience Vol. 1,” combines a variety of traditional Mexican folk music with elements of rock, polka and other genres to create a truly eclectic sound. 

Del Fierro held on to this eclecticism during her performance for B40, which featured two musicians from the Grammy Award-winning conjunto group Los Texmaniacs and one musician from the mariachi group Campanas de America. 

Nathan Cone

During his B40 session at Texas Public Radio, Rich YR, also known as Richard Herrera, closed each song of the performance with the phrase "Wow, baby," conveying with good humor an unironically groovy presence. 

Rich YR released his debut album Why Are You Here just over a year ago, and he gave us a preview of his upcoming album during his B40 performance. 

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