Friday, January 15, 2010

Seattle Percussion Collective

See previews at Seattle Times and the Stranger.

The Seattle Percussion Collective presents their second program, Metal and Breath: An Evening of Contemporary Music. The concert will include the rarely heard jazz-influenced All Set (joined by Brian Cobb, Harumi Flesher, Stuart MacDonald, Greg Sinibaldi, Chris Stover, and Matthew Swihart, conducted by Jonathan Pasternack) and Homily by Milton Babbitt; The Raccoon King of Plastic and Tin by Jeff Aaron Bryant (World Premiere); The Light in Amsterdam by Greg Campbell; Sonnet No.4 and A Slightly Evil Machine By James Romig; Mornings by Stuart Saunders Smith (World Premiere); Cross Hatch by Toru Takemitsu; and Metal and Breath by Christian Wolff. Thanks to the City of Seattle’s smART Ventures program for support.

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