An improvising duo featuring Satchel Henneman (guitar) and Nicholas Mackelprang (piano), Semi-Formal spontaneously creates short, formally cohesive pieces that together form a fluid and varied concert experience.

Nicholas Mackelprang is a composer and pianist who has worked in a variety of settings across genres including solo piano, small jazz combos, big bands, chamber ensembles, improvised music groups and with … Read More


Gregg Skloff + Cyclopsycho + Raica

Gregg Skloff‘s contrabass playing, augmented by electronic effects and found objects, evokes swirling storms and sweeping vistas through the exploration of electro-acoustic ambient drone, encompassing composition and improvisation.

Cyclopsycho is an experiment by musician and vocalist Ashley Shomo wherein voice technique, words, syllables and electronic medium combine to manifest adventures into the wild.

Raica is Chloe Harris, electronic musician and co-founder … Read More


Inverted Space Ensemble

Inverted Space opens its 6th Season with an exploration of American music. Fred Frith’s Elegy for Elias and John Luther Adams’ Canticles of the Sky evoke a timeless quality and invites personal reflection. The Alabama Song by Kurt Weill is presented in an extraordinary reworking by Morton Feldman. Lou Harrison’s incredible Suite for Violin and American Gamelan is featured … Read More

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Eveline Müller & the Klang Quintet

Eveline Müller has been a drummer with the Swiss new wave group Hertz and has made appearances with the Swiss/US collaboration Pale Nudes and the US based group Imij. For the last 15 years she has been focusing on sound creations with her home-built instrument the Boeing. Consisting of sawblades, airplane washer, school bells and pan lids, the Boeing … Read More


Seth Parker Woods, cello

Edward Hamel Gray Neon Life – Seattle Premiere
Pierre Alexandre Tremblay asinglewordisnotenough 3 (invariant) – Seattle Premiere
Alvin Singleton Argoru II – Seattle Premiere
George Lewis Not Alone – Seattle Premiere

Company is a state of being here, in a program which speaks in worlds. In Edward Hamel’s Gray Neon Life the cellist is his own companion, uttering words which are not so … Read More


David Haney + FHTAGN: String Fury

A reckless carnage of harmonic versus melodic instrumentation; free jazz counterpoints music games in this “collidescope” of “nodal” perturbance, instigated by filmmaker/performance artist/composer Nadya Kadrevis.

David Haney studied composition with Czech American composer Tomas Svoboda. He has been a member of the Society of Oregon composers and his works have been performed throughout North and South America and Europe. Haney’s … Read More