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StuART Fest
PONCHO Concert Hall (Kerry Hall, Cornish College of the Arts)
Seattle, WA
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Renowned trombonist Stuart Dempster honors his deep history with Cornish in a concert of his own compositions Cornish faculty members Paul Taub in a solo performance and Tom Varner with students, as well as improvisations with Cornish faculty member Janice Giteck, trombone legend and retired Cornish faculty member Julian Priester, and long-time colleague and friend clarinetist William O. Smith. This special event honors Cornish's past and present, and looks into the future featuring the Cornish Creative Ensemble!

ABOUT STUART DEMPSTER

Stuart Dempster, sound gatherer, trombonist, composer, didjeriduist, et al, and professor emeritus at University of Washington, has recorded for numerous labels including Important, Taiga, and New Albion. The latter includes "In the Great Abbey of Clement VI at Avignon"a "cult classic"and "Underground Overlays from the Cistern Chapel" consisting of music sources for a 1995 Merce Cunningham Dance Company commission. Grants are several, including being a Fulbright Scholar to Australia (1973), receiving an NEA composer award (1978), and a Guggenheim Fellowship (1981). Dempster's landmark book The Modern Trombone: A Definition of Its Idioms was published in 1979 (reprint edition 1994). Dempster has performed at Cornish many times over the decades, mostly with New Performance Group, including being composer in residence with NPG during NPG's residency at Minneapolis as part of "Music in Motion" (1993-94). Commendations include Golden Ear Awards: Deep Listening (2006) and Earshot Jazz (2009); International Trombone Association Lifetime Achievement Award (2010). As a founding member of Deep Listening Band, he produced the first three recordings as well as three more recent recordings, including "Great Howl at Town Haul" CD and two LP projects from the January 2011 DLB residency at Town Hall Seattle, with major support by UW School of Music and DXARTS. DLB celebrated its 25th anniversary year on 5 October 2013 with "Dunrobin Sonic Gems" a spectacular concert near Ottawa in the amazing Dunrobin Sonic Gym (think five foot gongs!). DLB celebrated further with the concert CD "Dunrobin Sonic Gems" released on Deep Listening, October 2014.
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PONCHO Concert Hall (Kerry Hall, Cornish College of the Arts) (View)
710 E. Roy Street
Seattle, WA 98102
United States

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Arts > Performance
Music > All Ages
Music > Classical
Music > Jazz

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Dog Friendly: Yes!
Non-Smoking: Yes!
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!

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