Lori Goldston & Susie Kozawa

Cellist and composer Lori Goldston returns to the Chapel for an evening of solos for amplified and acoustic cello, and duos with sound artist Susie Kozawa.

Lori Goldston has performed prolifically throughout the Pacific Northwest for decades, and tours throughout the US, Mexico, Canada, Australia and Europe. Her work is emotionally charged and nuanced, drawing connections between far-flung idioms, and … Read More

Steven Damouni & Emerald Lessley

Join pianist Steven Damouni and soprano Emerald Lessley for their Nightmare Before Christmas Concert, featuring pieces light on Christmas cheer and heavy on extended techniques. This dynamic duo of best friends will perform George Crumb’s evocative song cycle, Apparition, Elliot Carter’s Night Fantasies for solo pianoand Luciano Berio’s groundbreaking work for solo voice, Sequenza III.

Dr. Steven Damouni is an active performer of both contemporary … Read More

Neal Kosaly-Meyer: Finnegans Wake by James Joyce, Part 1, Chapter 8

Composer Neal Kosaly-Meyer’s ongoing Finnegans Wake project is an unprecedented undertaking: to commit to memory and perform all of James Joyce’s final novel, one chapter per year over seventeen years, with acute attention to the work’s musical detail. Meticulous attention has also been given to the presentation, including liturgical and theatrical elements, and unique approaches to lighting and sound, … Read More

Noel Kennon: Sounding (o) 12/30/21

An evening of new music utilizing spatialized acousmatic sound, idiosyncratic metal sound sculptures and a small ensemble. 

Meditations sounding on isolation, supply chain, resonance, air conditioning, rent, love, employment, death, etc. A concert presentation of the compositional efforts of local composer Noel Kennon over the past two years. The evening is structured in two main parts with a brief pause between these two sections: 

[Opening sounding or (stones … Read More