Daria Binkowski, solo flute

Flutist Daria Binkowski performs Salvatore Sciarrino’s seminal work for solo flute, L’Opera per Flauto, a 75-minute journey through the threshold of silence and sound. At once a work that is experimental, meditative and virtuosic, Sciarrino’s music might be described as “breathed intimacy”. This work is one of the foundations of contemporary flute music and rarely performed in its entirety … Read More

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Mayumi Tayake, piano: Crumb | Pärt

Seattle-based pianist Mayumi Tayake plays George Crumb’s Makrokosmos Volume II for amplified piano, and Arvo Pärt’s Spiegel im Spiegel.

Breaking free from traditional score writing, George Crumb is a composer who is full of unique ideas which are fascinating in theory while maintaining the beauty of the musical essence in his writing. Crumb’s haunting melodic lines create an unearthly sonic … Read More

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Oliver Groenewald NewNet

Please join us in a live recording of the the NewNet, a nine-piece ensemble of superb jazz musicians performing the marvelous compositions of Oliver Groenewald.

Oliver, who is an arranger, composer and trumpeter has worked for several renowned German orchestras and ensembles. He has just recently moved from Germany to the Seattle area. Together with these top Northwest jazz … Read More

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Seattle Modern Orchestra: 21st C. Violin

Conducted by Julia Tai, 21st Century Violin features Graeme Jennings in a concert that highlights pieces written for violin in the 21st century. Jennings is a celebrated violinist from Australia and former second violinist of the contemporary Arditti String Quartet who holds over seventy recordings and has performed more than 300 world premieres.

Jennings will take the stage with … Read More

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R. Andrew Lee, piano: Knight & Evans

Pianist R. Andrew Lee returns to Seattle to present two evenings of newly commissioned music presented by Nonsequitur. Lee has garnered wide critical acclaim for this interpretation of minimal music; Time Out New York named his album November as the best classical recording of 2013, and Alex Ross of The New Yorker named Eva-Maria Houben: Piano Music as one … Read More

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R. Andrew Lee, piano: Randy Gibson

Pianist R. Andrew Lee returns to Seattle to present two evenings of newly commissioned music presented by Nonsequitur. Lee has garnered wide critical acclaim for this interpretation of minimal music; Time Out New York named his album November as the best classical recording of 2013, and Alex Ross of The New Yorker named Eva-Maria Houben: Piano Music as one … Read More

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