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July Salon Previews

Susan Maughlin Wood Sonatina for Violin and Piano, Parallel Plaid I. Stim II. Transist III. Off Script Spectratta "We are all on the spectrum." The inner world is complete unto itself, but invites understanding. I am adding a video element to my new sonatina Parallel Plaid to highlight ways in which people* anywhere on the ASD and so-called ADHD spectrums (i.e. everyone) both identify with, and to some extent are, ourselves, wind-up toys going about our lives single-mindedly. Focus is absolute, but fleeting in its direction. Intensity is laser-sharp, but short-lived and not easily controlled. *the complexity of people defies labeling, but insofar as labels exist, the spectrum model (think prismatic solid circle as opposed to single line) most closely represents our differences within a given shared aspect of humanity. For every aspect, the spectrum model is inclusive and shows that everyone shares certain traits and only differ in the degree to which they possess

Composers' Salon | Friday, July 8, 2016

An evening of music and discussion with Seattle composers: Jay Hamilton Jeremiah Lawson Susan Maughlin Wood S. Eric Scribner Friday, July 8, 2016, 8 pm Chapel Performance Space 4649 Sunnyside Ave N, 4th Floor $5–15 suggested donation