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March 2017 Salon previews

ComManD Thaumaturgy ComManD ensemble presents a composition of music and dance enhanced by technology. Accelerometer information is used to digitally shape and alter acoustic music. Movement, electronics, acoustics and improvisation blend together in both subtle and obvious ways in this work seeking to define it’s own poetics and artistic statement. It’s an attempt to present interdisciplinary work beyond the novelty of what the technology offers— greater than the sum of it’s parts—while simultaneously geeking out on new tech and ideas! S. Eric Scribner Tree and Stone The piece I’ll be playing at the salon is an audience-participation piece called Tree and Stone . Since the piece is aleatory, it would work with another piece at the same time, so I’ll play a preliminary version of The Sherványa Nocturnal Music (share-VAHN-yuh), which relates to my fantasy novel Tond . I’ll hand out the scores and instruments for Tree and Stone and I’ll play the other piece on the piano. Ton

Composers' Salon | Friday, March 3, 2017

An evening of music and discussion with Seattle composers: Ivan Arteaga Sheila Bristow Blake Degraw S. Eric Scribner Friday, March 3, 2017, 8 pm Chapel Performance Space 4649 Sunnyside Ave N, 4th Floor $5–15 suggested donation