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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.

Photo Credit: James Holt

First up – I’m pleased to be joining the Seattle Symphony Orchestra on clarinet to kick of their inaugural season of Seattle Symphony Live!  You can hear me with the orchestra and special guests Whitney Mongé and Jon Kimura Parker.  The recording from Opening Night is only available to stream through 9/26/2020 and is free, and the recording from the live-stream on 9/24 is available to stream through 10/1/2020, available with a 7-day free trial of Seattle Symphony Live’s subscription.  Click on the following links to catch the performances!

Opening Night

Beethoven Symphony 5 and Jon Kimura Parker

Up Next: I had the great pleasure of being part of a birthday tribute performance for legendary clarinetist and composer William O. Smith.  He was pretty incredible, and the tribute is really touching, with some outstanding performances and commentary.  You can watch it anytime HERE!

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Isolation Series Week 10

As things reside in intensely uncertain territory, Angelique will be posting weekly short videos of selections from her cancelled performances.

This weekend would have featured an all-Beethoven program with the Yakima Symphony Orchestra, in observance of the 250th anniversary of Beethoven’s birth year. Angelique has instead roped her brother Garrett Poteat into performing with her the Adagio from Beethoven’s Trio Op. 11 on only three days of notice. Huge thanks to Garrett!

P.S. If you’ve missed a week, check out the Isolation Series Archives page!

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Performed by flutist Catherine Branch, violinist Katelyn Westergard, and pianist Albert Kim, A Perspective was  released on CD for the project Music of Difference on November 8, 2011.  To read more about the project, including how to purchase the album, visit Artist Series.  The album has also been released to iTunes.

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