RESONATE II: not your classic classical concert. Composers from the past 350 years.
RESONATE II: Not your classic classical concert.
Local composers and musicians.
The second concert in the Resonate series builds on the concept of producing a "unclassical" classical concert but with the focus shifted more to nuanced performances of concise, emotionally accessible materiel.
The concert is co-curated by Sam Anderson (cellist for local groups Hey Marseilles and Bryan John Appleby), Scott Teske (Seattle Rock Orchestra), and Andrew Joslyn (Macklemore / Passenger String Quartet). The program for the evening promises a striking irreverence to the traditional structure of a classical concert and contains many surprises.
all ages, mostly seated general admission + some standing room
7:30 show time
"The word "resonate" has a dual meaning: It describes the effect of resonance in a physical sense, for example, reverb and echo, and also describes the evocation of memories, feelings, and images. This concert is built on the ideas behind both of those definitions.
Against a traditional classical backdrop, the program for Resonate stands out for its diversity of styles and eras. Also, the inclusion of young performers and a certain irreverence toward the performance aspect and other confines of the art is completely out of line with a traditionalist's notion of a classical music concert.
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Fremont Abbey Arts Center
4272 Fremont Ave North
Seattle, WA 98103
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