If you want to get a little tipsy in Becky Benaroya's lobby and listen to musicians play music that sounds like someone kicking a piano down a hall, then this untitled show is your best opportunity to scratch that itch. In all seriousness, these concerts are full of surprises, and they're somehow both casual and posh at the same time. (Some people dress to the nines, some people DGAF—nobody cares either way.) And the two compositions on offer here are worth your time, too. Pierre Boulez’s Sur incises sounds like spring feels in the PNW, with colors popping out all over the place beneath an ominous, overlording monocloud. There's more room to breathe in Luciano Berio's meditative Circles, plus you'll get to hear Maria Männistö's haunting soprano.
by Rich Smith
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