Lori Goldston

Freely roaming Seattle cellist and composer Lori Goldston performs new work, solo and otherwise, including:

The debut of solo cello songs commissioned by Entre Rios Books, in response to a forthcoming collection of poems by Melissa Mueller, Mary’s Dust, which reflects on austere, raunchy, obscure, infamous and celebrated lives lived by people named Mary.

A duo with Mark Hilliard Wilson, Apple … Read More

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Noel Kennon + Austin Larkin

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James Falzone & Bonnie Whiting

Clarinetist James Falzone (Chair of Music at Cornish College of the Arts) and Bonnie Whiting (Chair of Percussion Studies and Artist in Residence at University of Washington) present Utterances: a seamless evening of original, composed, and improvised music based on text, spoken word, and translation. Included in the program will be works by Richard Logan-Greene, Susan Parenti, Bonnie Whiting, … Read More

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Sound Ensemble: From Page to Stage

One of our favorite pursuits at The Sound Ensemble is the melding of different artistic mediums. One of the most long standing collaborations in the arts is between music and literature. This concert will explore that long relationship with each piece being inspired by a text from a different authors.

Anthony Plog: Animal Ditties VII
Tom Baker: Three Songs
Kevin Clark: … Read More

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Matt Carlson + Jeff Witscher + Jason E Anderson

Gift Tapes/DRAFT presents a night of experimental electronic music featuring Matt Carlson, Jeff Witscher, and Jason E Anderson – for the second installment of its 2017 program at the Chapel. Making his first Seattle appearance since the release of The View from Nowhere (Shelter Press), Portland’s Matt Carlson will perform a 4-channel piece for modular, synth and voice. Jeff … Read More

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Cursive: Tall Wind

Cursive is a new chamber group specializing in performing unjustly neglected modern classical works with a shifting ensemble, making each program unique not only in its instrumentation but in its mixture of composers, styles and moods. With each program you’re guaranteed to hear works that you’ve never heard before and may never hear again.

Our newest program, Tall … Read More

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