Seattle Modern Orchestra and DXARTS present "Musica Electronica"

Saturday, April 9, 2016 - 8:00pm
Chapel Performance Space at Good Shepherd Center | 4649 Sunnyside Ave N, Fourth Floor, Seattle, WA - Google Map
General Admission $20 | Students and Seniors $10
Seattle Modern Orchestra and DXARTS present Musica Electronica at the Chapel Performance Space in Seattle
Seattle Modern Orchestra and DXARTS present Musica Electronica at the Chapel Performance Space in Seattle

Pre-concert conversation with composer Ewa Trębacz (DXARTS) and co-artistic director Jérémy Jolley * (SMO) at 7:30 PM  | Music starts at 8:00 PM

Seattle Modern Orchestra in partnership with DXARTS present an evening of electronic music, with three works from three different generations and three stages of technological development. The ensemble includes several Alumni and Graduate Students from the University of Washington School of Music and DXARTS. 

PROGRAM: 

Luciano Berio - Differences for flute, clarinet, harp, viola, cello and tape (1959) 

Ewa Trębacz * - Ligeia for invisible soprano, ensemble, and surround sound (2016) 

Kaija Saariaho - Lichtbogen for nine instruments and live electronics (1986) 

ENSEMBLE:

Julia Tai *,  conductor

Marcin Pączkowski * (DXARTS), live electronics

Jessie Polin *, flutes |  Angelique Poteat, clarinets  | Josiah Boothby *, French horn |  Miho Takekawa *, percussion |  Tina DiMonda *, piano | Catherine Case, harp | Eric Rynes *, violin |  Jordan Voelker, violin |  Heather Bentley, viola  | Rose Bellini, cello |  Brian Bonnell, double bass

* University of Washington Alumni and Graduate Students (DXARTS and School of Music)

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