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2013-10-13: Time of Falling Flowers

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Seattle Public Library, Microsoft Auditorium
Sunday, October 13, 2013, 2:00pm
Admission is free

SCP collaborates with rock-star bassoonist Martin Kuuskmann, pianist Cristina Valdes, and percussionist Rob Tucker in a performance of  follow url new music of some of the most promising emerging composers from  Buy Ambien Cheap Europe and Africa whose explorations of their own  Buy Zepose Valium national traditions result in dynamic chamber compositions for Western orchestral instruments.

Martin Kuuskmann, bassoon

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Martin Kuuskmann (Estonia) is a commanding force bent on redefining the bassoon as a top caliber solo instrument. His charismatic and entertaining performances throughout the world have earned him repute as one of the leading instrumentalists around.   source site The New York Times praised Kuuskmann’s playing as “dynamic… amazing… gripping” and in 2007 he received a Grammy Nomination for his performance of David Chesky’s bassoon concerto.

 

Cristina Valdes, piano

Cristina Valdes is known for presenting innovative concerts with works ranging from Bach to Xenakis. She has performed across four continents and in multiple venues including Lincoln Center, Carnegie Recital Hall, Merkin Hall, Miller Theatre, Jordan Hall and the Kennedy Center. Her passionate interest in new music has led to collaborations with such renowned composers as Terry Riley, Joan Tower, Ezra Laderman and Morton Subotnick.

Percussionist Rob Tucker enjoys playing chamber music in various settings, with his percussion quartet, Pacific Rims, with the Seattle Chamber Players, and at festivals around the Northwest, including those of Orcas Island and Icicle Creek. Tucker is an in-demand artist in Seattle’s recording studios, having performed on well over 100 movie and video game soundtracks. Tucker teaches percussion at Western Washington University.

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Helena Tulve (b. 1972, Estonia):  follow Und von liehte vinster (2012) for bassoon and string quartet (U.S. premiere)

Salim Dada (b. 1975, Algeria):  Buy Zolpidem Online India Lisse Strié (2012) for flute, clarinet, violin, cello and percussion (SCP commission, world premiere run)

Nabil Benabdeljalil (b. 1972, Morocco):  http://mafinex.de/portfolio/zingoo-ug/ La plainte de Lounja (2007) for alto flute and piano (U.S. premiere)

Georgs Pelecis (b. 1947, Latvia):  Buy Ambien 5Mg Music on the Grass (1995) for bassoon, flute, violin, viola and cello

Christophe Bertrand (1981-2010, France):  Buy Xanax Wholesale Virya (2004) for flute, clarinet, piano and percussion

Alexander Raskatov (b. 1953, Russia):  http://vizontokbt.hu/szereld-magad-kepekben Time of Falling Flowers (2006) for flute, bass clarinet, violin, cello, percussion and piano (SCP commission)

 

Support for this program comes from the Seattle Office of Arts & Cultural Affairs.

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