Friday, March 30, 2012
Presented by DoubleSharp. Distinguished Russian composer/pianist Anton Batagov returns to Seattle with the Drowned Cathedral project, offering three recitals with different programs each night. This second concert is devoted entirely to Batagov's own compositions for solo piano. [A third concert on Sunday, March 31 at 7:30 PM - not part of the Wayward Music Series - will feature the music of J.S. Bach.]
Thursday, March 29, 2012
Presented by DoubleSharp. Distinguished Russian composer/pianist Anton Batagov returns to Seattle with the Drowned Cathedral project, offering three recitals with different programs each night. This first concert pairs music of Philip Glass with Debussy's Twelve Preludes. [A third concert on Sunday, March 31 at 7:30 PM - not part of the Wayward Music Series - will feature the music of J.S. Bach.]
Saturday, March 24, 2012
Presented by Hollow Earth Radio, Bad for Jazz, Table & Chairs Music. Tonight’s event features four diverse performances by just a fraction of Seattle’s young and seasoned jazz interpreters: King Tears Bat Trip, Figeater, WA, T'th & Hare. All artists are expected to improvise their sets, making this a one-of-a-kind happening not to brush off the radar of must-attend shows.
Saturday, March 17, 2012
The Seattle Pianist Collective (Julie Ives, Brian Kinsella, Tiffany Lin, and Peter Vukmirovic Stevens) perform an unusual and eclectic program of works in the spirit of the “end times” and the apocalypse. Four players will feature piano works of Olivier Messiaen and other complementary piano and cello works including jazz and toy piano compositions.
Friday, March 16, 2012
Presented by Hollow Earth Radio and Nonsequitur. Seattle's favorite online community radio station, throws this annual love fest for the local music community, presenting all kinds of music in venues all over town throughout the month of March. Tonight features four sets of eclectic improvised music by trios of similar instruments: Angelina Baldoz, Samantha Boshnack, Lesli Dalaba (trumpets); Byron Au Yong (erhu), Tari Nelson-Zagar (violin), Paul Rucker (cello); Beth Fleenor, Paul Hoskin, Jenny Zeifel (clarinets); Stuart Dempster, Paul Kikuchi, Susie Kozawa (percussion/toys/found stuff/homemades).
Saturday, March 10, 2012
Ambient electronic music in 6.1 surround sound by three emerging Los Angeles artists: Recently transplanted from Seattle to Los Angeles, Yann Novak is a sound, video, and installation artist. His sound/video installation, Blue.Hour, is currently showing at Jack Straw New Media Gallery in Seattle. Robert Crouch is an artist and curator who works across a wide range of media including photography, sound, installation, video, and sculpture. Sublamp is sound and video artist Ryan Connor. Using textural sound and images, he explores an intuitive and emotional response to sensory experiences.
Friday, March 9, 2012
Presented by Monktail Creative Music Concern. Monktail Composers Series Vol. 8 features new music from Stephen Parris, Bill Monto, and Gust Burns with performances by Adrian Varner, Beth Fleenor, Stephen Fandrich, Paul Hoskin, Darian Asplund, Kenny Mandell, Mara Sedlins, and Jonathan Way.
Thursday, March 8, 2012
Seattle native/New York-based composer and trombonist Andy Clausen celebrates the release of a new album of pieces workshopped and fine-tuned over the last year-and-a-half by his Wishbone Ensemble. The album, The Wishbone Suite, is being released on Seattle label Table & Chairs. Acoustic guitar duo Thousands opens the show.
Saturday, March 3, 2012
Presented by Nonsequitur. Electrogals is an organization dedicated to promoting and inspiring electronic music and digital art by women. For this show, collective members Christi Denton (Portland), Briana Marela (Olympia), and Heather Perkins (Portland) employ hand-built electronic instruments, cassette-deck-loopers, vocoders, electric guitar, hand-coded music software, and gesture-operated synthesizers, to create rich sonic environments.
Friday, March 2, 2012
The Seattle Composers’ Salon fosters the development, performance and appreciation of new music by regional composers and performers. At bi-monthly, informal presentations, the Salon features finished works, previews, and works in progress. Composers, performers, and audience members gather in a casual setting that allows for experimentation and discussion. Everyone is welcome! Join us this month for an evening of music and discussion with Seattle composers Jay Hamilton, Clement Reid, John Teske, and Terry Wergeland.