From Seattle’s Wayward Music Series:
Earshot: Eric Vloeimans
Wed. Oct. 15, 8 PM; $14/$12/$7 door or online
The Dutch trumpeter teams up with virtuosic Belgian accordion improviser Tuur Florizoone and German cellist Jörg Brinkmann. The latter plays the light, lush, grounding instrument gorgeously as the trio interprets film-inspired originals and the likes of the themes from Rosemary’s Baby and Cinema Paradiso.
Earshot: William O. Smith & Friends
Sat. Oct. 18, 8 PM; $14/$12/$7 at door or online
The ground-breaking clarinetist performs his captivating compositions and improvisations solo and with Stuart Dempster (trombone) and Jesse Canterbury (clarinet). The program includes Smith’s Five Fragments for Double Clarinet (1977), Paris Imp (1996) for clarinet and improvising computer, and Sumi-e (2000) for clarinet and computer-transformed sounds.
Fri., Oct. 17, 7:30 PM; $5 – $15 at the door
The University of Washington’s contemporary music ensemble opens its season with music of UW composers. This concert features new small ensemble works written by the talented students of the University of Washington, including duos for saxophone and cello, and a solo work for violin and electronics.
TUE. 10/21 – Seattle Composers’ Alliance presents ten new works for String Quartet from a call for scores
SAT. 10/25 – Paul Kikuchi presents works for woodwinds, strings, and percussion + Rob Millis + Tiffany Lin
SAT. 11/1 – Earshot Jazz Festival presents Battle Trance sax quartet
THU. 11/6 – Nonsequitur presents trumpeter Nate Wooley & clarinetist Carol Robinson playing music of Eliane Radigue & Denis Dufour
FRI. 11/7 – Seattle Composers’ Salon, artists TBA
SAT. 11/8 – Nonsequitur presents Norwegian guitarist Kim Myhr + guest artist TBA