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Klarinet Archive - Posting 000526.txt from 2003/10

From: Sean Osborn <>
Subj: [kl] Concert Announcement
Date: Mon, 20 Oct 2003 11:58:39 -0400

My group Quake is presenting a concert titled: Inescapable Rhythms on
Monday, October 27, 2003 - 7:30 PM
Illsley Ball Nordstrom Recital Hall, Benaroya Hall, Seattle
$20, $10 for students and seniors.
Tickets available at the door on October 27th
Advance tickets: Benaroya Hall box office, or Ticketmaster at 206-292-ARTS
Music of Thomas Albert, Camille Saint-Sa=EBns, Stephen Rush, Joseph=20
Schwantner, John Meuhleisen, and Kazimierz Serocki.
Seattle=92s alternative chamber music group Quake presents=20
Inescapable Rhythms. The first performance of Quake=92s 2003-2004 season is=
music of an Autumn mood. Poetry by Wallace Stevens, from which the title=20
of the concert comes, will be featured in Thomas Albert=92s Thirteen=20
Ways. The performance will also be held in Gig Harbor on November 2 at the=
Agnus Dei Lutheran Church, 10511 Peacock Hill Ave. Information for Gig=20
Harbor at (253) 853-5239.

Beginning with Kazimierz Serocki=92s bizarre Swinging Music, the=20
Fall mood continues with Joseph Schwantners Music of Amber. The=20
pre-Halloween spirit of the first half ends with John Meuhleisen=92s=20
Apparitions, with assistance by Lynn Meuhleisen, Soprano, and Eric Nestler,=
Saxophone. The second half opens with October staple Danse Macabre by=20
Camille Saint-Sa=EBns. Following Stephen Rush=92s Rebellion, the concert=20
closes with Thirteen Ways.

Quakes 2003-2004 season includes performances at Benaroya Hall on=
February 2 - The Adams Family presented on the Seattle Symphony=92s Music of=
our Time series and featuring John Adams; and May 17 - Lewis and Clark: A=20
Voyage of Discovery presented in conjunction with the Tacoma Art Museums=20
Lewis and Clark exhibition.

Quake includes current and former members of such divergent groups=
as the Kronos Quartet, Metropolitan Opera, Seattle Symphony Orchestra, the=
=93Jazz Talk=94 Octet, the University of Washington faculty, and the rock=
Relative Sight. Hailed in the Tacoma Reporter for =93...creating entirely=
new and amazing performance experiences,=94 Quake continues to engage=20
audiences with its rich and varied repertoire, superior musicianship, and=20
sense of humor. The core members are: Meade Crane - piano, Ella Marie Gray=
- violin, Walter Gray - =91cello, Don Immel - trombone, Sean Osborn -=20
clarinet, Susan Telford - flute, and Rob Tucker - percussion. More=20
information is available at

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