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Composers' Salon | Friday, March 4, 2016

An evening of music and discussion with Seattle composers: Jeremiah Lawson Sean Osborn Nicole Truesdell Neil Welch and Marcin Pączkowski Hosted by James Holt Friday, March 4, 2016, 8 pm Chapel Performance Space 4649 Sunnyside Ave N, 4th Floor $5–15 suggested donation

January Salon previews

Amy Denio “I participate in Immersion Composition Society, a spontaneous society started in California I believe; now there are 'cells' all over the world. Usually once a month, our group of composers choose a common day on which to compose as much as possible individually during the course of one day with the objective of composing 20 pieces. The objective is to generate ideas, not to attain perfection. We then meet at the end of the day, and share the results. It's extremely interesting and inspiring! I'll present two of my 'instant' songs, and talk about the compositional ideas and processes I've developed while participating in this crazy monthly series.” Keith Eisenbrey “The Tambourine Q[x]tet is not much more than it's title suggests: an idea that arose during a conversation about something else, followed in a synaptic instant by the realization that we could put it together quite easily. I will be joined by my fellows