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Seattle Collaborative Orchestra Concert, "Musical Transect"
Roosevelt High School Auditorium
Seattle, WA
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Seattle Collaborative Orchestra Concert, "Musical Transect"
The Seattle Collaborative Orchestra will perform in concert on Tuesday, February 4, 2014, 7pm at Roosevelt High School Auditorium, 1410 NE 66th St, Seattle, WA 98115, with works of Bruch, Higdon, and Langlie-Miletech. The concert is titled, "Musical Transect" because the program demonstrates the cut or path through part of the symphonic music environment showing a range of different habitats where music-making is alive and well in Seattle.

SCO's February 4th concert features violinist Stephanie Chase and violist Maria Larionoff in Max Bruch's Double Concerto in E minor, Op 88. Their performance is made possible by education funds of The American String Project.

Ms. Chase is "one of the violin greats of our era" (Newhouse News) and has performed in twenty-five countries as featured soloist with the world's most eminent orchestras, among them the New York Philharmonic, Chicago Symphony and London Symphony.

"An outstanding talent intoxicating in its brilliance" raved the San Francisco Chronicle at Ms. Larionoff's solo debut. Since then, she has appeared with the Los Angeles Philharmonic, the Seattle Symphony, and the Orquestra Sinfónica Carlos Chavez in Mexico City.

Will Langlie-Miletech, a composer whose lifetime straddles the century mark, 2000, pays homage to the iconic music of Richard Strauss, Charles Ives, and Gustav Mahler that traversed the century mark, 1900.  "Glass Music" is looking back at transition between musical periods, rather than the future of music in the twenty-first century.

Jennifer Higdon's "Concerto for Orchestra" was commissioned by The Philadelphia Orchestra as part of its Centennial Celebrations and premiered June 12, 2002 at Verizon Hall, Philadelphia with Wolfgang Sawallisch, conducting. The "Concerto for Orchestra",  in five moments, is truly a concerto in that it requires virtuosity from the principal players, the individual sections, and the entire orchestra. Built from the inside out, the third movement was written first, and it is the movement that allows each principal player a solo, before moving into section solis.(from program notes by Jennifer Higdon)

February 4, 2014 will be Seattle Collaborative Orchestra's third concert. The inaugural 2012-2013 Season served 1,275 including families, students and general public, 20 high school musicians and 26 university musicians. 30 professional musicians represented area orchestras including Auburn Symphony, Northwest Sinfonietta. Pacific Northwest Ballet, and Seattle Symphony & Opera Players Organization.

Dave Beck, KING-FM classical music announcer, stated in his blog, "The Seattle Collaborative Orchestra is a win-win-win venture on so many levels. Anna Edwards has taken a creative approach to career development, community building, encouragement of new music, and re-invigoration of classical music."



Roosevelt High School Auditorium (View)
1410 NE 66th St.
Seattle, WA 98115
United States

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