Saturday, October 2, 2010

Seattle Percussion Collective

The Seattle Percussion Collective present a diverse program of chamber music for percussion and other instrumentalists. The concert features a world premiere of Seattle composer Greg Sinibaldi’s Quintet for percussion and piano (with pianist Tiffany Lin); Mark Applebaum's percussion trio, Catfish, for metal and wood instruments and drums; Peter Garland’s monumental Three Songs for Mad Coyote; Wake by Dale Speicher, for found metal sounds and drums; Exercise 26 and 27 by Christian Wolff for solo snare drum; and Corporel, a percussion solo for the human body by Vinko Globokar. SPC is joined by guitarist Tom Baker, flautist Sarah Bassingthwaighte, and clarinetists Jesse Canterbury and Jenny Ziefel for 96 by Frederic Rzewski, a canon composed as a celebration of one of Elliot Carter’s many birthdays.

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