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Sound of Late: 2000 Moving Parts

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Saturday, March 11, 2017 (PDT) @ 8:00 pm - 9:30 pm

Sound of Late

Flutter Studios, Seattle, WA

Tina Davidson – Never Love A Wild Thing
Jennifer Ellis – Weav-Weav-Weaving
Jennifer Ellis – Disk
Angelica Negron – Technicolor
Kaija Saariaho – New Gates

With over 2,000 moving parts, the harp is an instrument with noisy and intrusive mechanics. Historically, composers have attempted to subdue these “extra” sounds, but Jennifer Ellis, a contemporary harp composer and performer, invites the audience to experience the customarily inaudible elements of this grand instrument.

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