PHOTOS: Bridge The Gap plays in Hughes-Trigg

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Bridge The Gap Chamber Players, a nonprofit organization made up of current SMU students and SMU graduates, play free events around the Dallas area. On April 10, Bridge the Gap had an event at the Hughes-Trigg Student Center, including a brass group, a string quartet and free cookies. Two other groups, Deep Ellum Brass and Altius Quartet, each played a half-hour set for students and passersby to listen to. While some pieces were classic, others were renditions of popular culture songs.

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(From left to right) Lauren Ewing, Ray Henninger, Chris Guilfoyle, Tom Neal, and Peter Stammer played a half hour set for an audience in the Hughes-Trigg Student Center. Photo credit: Danielle Deraleau

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Altius Quartet played a half-hour set which included arrangements of popular songs as well as traditional string music. Photo credit: Danielle Deraleau
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(From left to right) Lauren Ewing, Ray Henninger, Chris Guilfoyle, Tom Neal, and Peter Stammer take a bow after completing a half-hour set during Bridge The Gap's performance in Hughes-Trigg. Photo credit: Danielle Deraleau
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Altius Quartet performs for an audience in the Hughes-Trigg Student Center. Photo credit: Danielle Deraleau

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