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- Sat Mar 15 2014 7:30 PM
- Sat Mar 15 2014 10:00 PM
The New York-based Jack Quartet, one of the globe’s most exciting new music ensembles, presents an evening of two distinct concerts of composed and improvised music performed by the quartet, along with visiting artists from the internationally acclaimed Six Tones Ensemble, and School of Music faculty Richard Karpen, Juan Pampin, Cuong Vu, and Ted Poor.
Presented in collaboration with the University of Washington School of Music and DXARTS
The Early Show: 7:30pm The JACK Quartet performs works by UW composers Program highlights include the world premiere of a new work by Juan Pampin, School of Music composition faculty and director of the Center for Digital Arts and Experimental Media; and a new work by School of Music Director Richard Karpen, performed by the JACK Quartet and musicians from the Six Tones—Thanh Thuy and Ngo Tra My from Hanoi, Vietnam, and Stefan Östersjö from Malmo, Sweden.
The Late Show: 10pm Improvised Music by the JACK Quartet and UW musicians
The JACK Quartet performs a concert of improvised music with other guest musicians and UW faculty musicians with Cuong Vu (trumpet), Ted Poor (drums), Richard Karpen (piano), and Juan Pampin (live electronics).
See both shows for just $35Use Promo Code: JACK2FOR35
Support Comes From
- The Paul G. Allen Family Foundation