In the Spotlight: Bolcom, Jolley, Poteat & Hausmann

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Tues June 11, 2019, 7:30 pm
Benaroya Hall Pike Pine Retail Core (Seattle)
Seattle supports a pretty robust scene of local symphonic composers. Seattle Symphony has plucked out a few of the major players—William Bolcom, Jérémy Jolley, Ben Hausmann, and Angelique Poteat—and given them the room for the night. Bolcom's piece is a fun ragtime jam, Poteat's Ripples of Possibilities features meditative and warbly clarinets that break into madness, Hausmann's Sonnet for Eternal Loveliness is just sort of pleasant and at its best occasionally sounds like Vince Guaraldi's A Charlie Brown Christmas, and Jolley's (contro-)clessidra I & IV combines electronic instruments with regular ones and basically sounds like it looks. by Rich Smith

Benaroya Hall

200 University St Seattle, WA 98101 Venue website