A fun night of music by alumni composers from UW. I will be presenting my piece Traces: Nellie for amplified cello and violin with fixed media.
Bay Area composer Zachary James Watkins is joined by outstanding Seattle musicians for an evening of compositions exploring site specificity and just intonation.
2017 marks the 25th anniversary of the premiere of my first guitar composition, The Green Guitar. We are celebrating this milestone with a concert featuring performances of by guitarists Michael Partington (with soprano Cherie Hughes), Mark Hilliard Wilson, Michael Nicolella, and Satchel Henneman.
Matrio is a new improvising ensemble featuring James Falzone (clarinets, piano, bells and shruti box), Greg Campbell (percussion, horn, cheap electronics and kitchen appliances), and Tom Baker (guitars, electronics, and theremin).
The Sound Ensemble will be performing Three Songs (2006) on a program called "Page to Stage" - musical works that respond to literary impulses. These three songs - Shine, Down, and Loss - are settings of poems by Margaret Atwood.
Tom Baker: guitars, theremin, electronics
Greg Campbell: percussion, horn, cookware
James Falzone: clarinets, bells, piano and shruti box
"Three Movements" for solo guitar (Slalom, Butoh, REM) will be premiered at the Seattle Composers' Salon by guitarist Satchel Henneman.
Free to the public
The Cornish Live-Electronics Ensemble (CLEE), directed by Tom Baker, will be performing and improvising in small groups and as a 12-piece laptop orchestra as part of the Scores of Sound Cornish Student Music Festival.
$5-$15 pay-what-you-can [Youth Free]
Tom will be performing his piece The Cage Elegies for electric guitar, loops, and the powerful recorded voice of Mr. Cage. Events are happening simultaneously all around the space; The Cage Elegies should start around 9 PM.