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Andy Akiho… at Emerald City Music

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$28-$43 ($10 w/ student ID)

Saturday, October 28, 2017 (PDT) @ 7:30 pm - 10:00 pm

Emerald City Music

Minnaert Center, Olympia, WA

Akiho – Stop Speaking, for solo snare drum
Akiho – 21, for cello and steel pan
Pärt – Spiegel im Spiegel, for violin and piano
Akiho – Pillar IV, for percussion quartet
Akiho – Deciduous, for violin and steel pan
Golijov – Mariel, for cello and percussion
Akiho – NO one To kNOW one

Brooklyn-based composer and percussionist Andy Akiho takes over the Emerald City Music stage to curate an exclusive evening of his own compositions alongside the works of other inspirational composers. Described as “mold-breaking,” “alert and alive,” “dramatic,” and “vital” by The New York Times, Akiho’s commissions have premiered at the New York Philharmonic, National Symphony Orchestra, Shanghai Symphony Orchestra, and more.

Musicians: Andy Akiho (steel pan), Fay Wang (soprano), Erika Dohi (piano), Eric Jacobs (clarinet), Robin Peery (flute), Kristin Lee (violin), Jeff Zeigler (cello), Sandbox Percussion: Ian Rosenbaum, Jonathan Allen, Terry Sweeney, Victor Caccese

Tickets: $28–$43, Students $10. Subscribe to 3 or more concerts and save!

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