world premiere of The Wind in the Pines

Sunday, March 22, 2020

Ticket Information

https://tickets.seattleartmuseum.org/public/auto_choose_ga.asp?area=7

Adults $25, students $10, SAM member $20

Time
2:00 PM
Presented By
The Eurasia Consort
Event Type
Performances
Genre
Classical/Contemporary

Ensemble Name
Eurasia Consort
Musicians
Martha Cluver, soprano; Sarah Carrier, alto flute; Miyo Aoki, alto recorder; Tomoko Sugawara, Medieval bray harp; M√ľnir Bekken, Turkish oud; August Denhard, theorbo; Rex Benincasa, percussion.
Speakers / Participants
Alice Shields
Composers
Alice Shields
Program

The Seattle Art Museum presents the Eurasia Consort in the world premiere of The Wind in the Pines, a Noh-inspired work by Alice Shields commissioned by Chamber Music America. It was written for the Eurasia Consort of Seattle, which specializes in music influenced by the Silk Road, and was inspired by the Japanese Noh play Matsukaze.


Venue
Asian Arts Museum of the Seattle Art Museum
Location
Volunteer Park 1400 East Prospect Street, Seattle, WA 98112 Emma Baillargeon Stimson Auditorium
Seattle, WA
Phone
206.654.3210