When I arrived in Seattle in 2013, the Live Music Project was just a little nugget of an idea. On March 31, the LMP turned 3! I want to pinch it on the cheeks and say annoyingly, “I knew you when you were this big!”
On Tuesday, April 11, we’re throwing a party for the LMP so we can all pinch its cheeks. There will be cupcakes, door prizes, musician/composer Aaron Grad, his electric theorbo (it’s like a large lute mixed with an electric guitar)… and an ASTRONAUT named Heide.
Heide will tell stories about mishaps in space.
Aaron will improvise based on a flight of beer.
The program begins at 6:30pm at Naked City Brewery in Greenwood. Tickets are $15 online and $20 at the door (very limited availability).
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North Corner Chamber Orchestra (NOCCO) is celebrating Black American composers with a new work by composer Hanna Benn with text and film by Davida Ingram and additional original music by Alex Guy. Also on the program are works by Pulitzer Prize winning composers George Walker (b. 1922) and Scott Joplin (1868-1917) and a gorgeous string work by Alvin Singleton (b. 1940).
Tonight, February 19, 2017 they performed the following program:
Hanna Benn – Sankofa (world premiere)
Joplin – Selections from Treemonisha (1912, arr. Rick Benjamin) Walker – Orpheus for Chamber Orchestra and narrator (1994)
Alvin Singleton – Eine Idee ist ein Stück Stoff
NOCCO is a conductorless orchestra of chamber musicians that performs a full spectrum of art music in a variety of spaces accessible to diverse audiences. They envision a community where the sharing of live, immersive events between musicians and listeners illuminates the profound and joyful interconnectedness of humanity.