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steve_reich_six_marimbasDon’t miss this rare enveloping experience to hear Steve Reich’s Music for 18 Musicians.  Emerald City Music brings together a stellar cast of musicians from all over the country to bring the piece to life.

Performances:

March 1, 2019 – 8pm and 10:30pm, 415 Westlake, Seattle WA

March 2, 2019 – 7:30pm, Minnaert Center, Seattle WA

https://www.emeraldcitymusic.org/concerts

The Seattle Symphony’s 2019-20 promises to be full of spectacle as the inaugural season of Music Director Thomas Dausgaard.  Included are two world premiere commissions of Poteat: her intense and vibrant Cello Concerto written for SSO Principal Cellist Efe Baltacıgil; and a season-long collaboration with teens from across King County for youth choir and orchestra that reflects upon the legacy of Beethoven for his 250th birth year.

Click on Angelique’s calendar of composition events for dates and location.

Read about the season on the Seattle Symphony’s brochure:

Join Angelique for an exciting 2018-19 season with a variety of music from epic masterpieces like Strauss’ Ein Heldenleben and Mahler’s Fifth Symphony, to performances of engaging newer works with the Seattle Modern Orchestra.  Click on a link below to see more details about events featuring Poteat as a performer, as well as opportunities to hear her compositions performed.
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2018-19 Clarinet Events

 

Composition Events

In Paradisum

If you weren’t able to catch any of the concerts this last October in person (or you did, and are hungry for seconds!) you can now watch Simple Measures at their October 25, 2015 performance on Youtube.

Enjoy!

Read Brangien Davis’ article for Seattle Magazine about Angelique Poteat and her new orchestral composition for the Seattle Symphony inspired by Pearl Jam, Beyond Much Difference.

You can find the link HERE.

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Tune in to Second Inversion for a recording of the performance of chamber music by Angelique Poteat from January 16, 2015, hosted by Angelique.  The recording from the show will be available as an archived concert after the broadcast date from this website:

http://secondinversion.org/programs/the-takeover/

*You can also click here at any time to listen to the concert without commentary.

OAC_logo[blue-rgb]Angelique Poteat was selected as a 2015 CityArtist by the Seattle Office of Arts & Culture.  The grant will support the creation of a new composition for orchestra with girls’ choir that addresses self-esteem and the influence of popular culture and peer-pressure on teen and pre-teen girls, as expressed by girls in the Seattle community.

This will culminate in a performance of the new work in November 2015 by the Seattle Collaborative Orchestra and the Northwest Girlchoir.  Updates on the project will be posted periodically, so stay tuned!