David Jaffe: The Space Between Us
Composer David Jaffe's tribute to pioneering composer Henry Brant, "The Space Between Us," is scored for two spatially-separated string quartets and a set of robotic instruments performed by percussionist Andrew Schloss using a 3D sensor called a Radiodrum. The robotic instruments were created specially for this piece by MacArthur Award-winning Seattle sound artist Trimpin, whose work has appeared in galleries and concert halls throughout the world. The instruments include a set of 18 chimes that surround the audience, as well as xylophone, glockenspiel and Disklavier, controlled remotely by percussionist Andrew Schloss using a Radiodrum. They are joined by Canada's Lafayette String Quartet and four local string players. This performance will be the work's Seattle premiere.
Good Shepherd Center Chapel (View)
4649 Sunnyside Ave. N, 4th floor
Seattle, WA 98103
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