Clarinetist Hsing-Hui Hsu and violist Elliot Isaacson present the world premiere of Poteat’s duo “Fluid Dovetail” in a program that also includes works by Rebecca Clarke, Erika Oba, and Mozart. Admission is free, and more information is available HERE.
Thomas May writes about the Seattle Symphony’s “restorative opening night,” including a review of Poteat’s composition “Breathe, Come Together, Embrace.” Read the full review on BACHTRACH.
A huge shoutout of thanks to Ludovic Morlot and the Seattle Symphony Orchestra for a beautiful performance of the world premiere of Breathe, Come Together, Embrace to kick off their 2022-23 season. If you missed the performance or would like to hear the piece again, tune into Seattle Symphony Live to stream the recording until October 1, 2022.
Melinda Bargreen of the Seattle Times writes: “Saturday night’s opener was a world premiere by the orchestra’s 2022-23 artist in residence Angelique Poteat: “Breathe, Come Together, Embrace.” Poteat’s new work in three contiguous sections is extremely accomplished and vividly picturesque, with a wide palette of tonal colors and lots of contrasts — all artfully unveiled by Morlot and the orchestra in a subtle, vital premiere.”
You can read the full article HERE.
Click Here to read the feature article by Margo Vansynghel in Crosscut Magazine’s September 2022 edition.
You can read the full article special, written by Gavin Borchert on the Seattle Times Website.
You can read more about Poteat’s upcoming residency on the Seattle Symphony’s Website.
Arx Duo gave a gripping performance of Angelique’s work, Active Listening (2021), as part of the series Classical Tuesdays in Old Town Tacoma on April 14, 2022. The video is cued to start with Angelique’s comments about the work, and the piece starts around two minutes later.
Amber and Luka Sešek, performing Poteat’s Water Pastel. You can start from the beginning of the video to experience the entire concert.
Music is happening now! Stay tuned for posts about ways that you can indulge in some listening in the comfort of your own home during this pandemic, or even in person!
It’s been an interesting last year, with everything from individually recorded online performances via click-track, performing with the Seattle Symphony to kick off their online virtual season, and even performing a summer season in front of a live audience with the Yakima Symphony. While many of those recordings were only available to tune into for a limited time, here are some performances including Angelique that you can listen to at anytime:
Nonsequitur and the Wayward in Limbo Series present Angelique Poteat and Artemisia Winds. This program features performances and compositions by Angelique and other Artemisia members Josiah Boothby and Ryan Hare.
Seattle Metropolitan Chamber Orchestra performs Julius Eastman‘s Stay On It. You can watch the video HERE!
Birthday Tribute performance for legendary clarinetist and composer William O. Smith. You can watch it anytime HERE!