Friday, March 25, 2022 @ 8:00pm – 10:00pm (PDT)
415 Westlake, Seattle, WA

Charlotte Mundy, mezzo-soprano

Demarre McGill, alto flute & piccolo

Jordan Dodson, banjo & guitar

Jay Campbell, cello

Ji Hye Jung, percussion

The JACK Quartet

“I am certain that most composers today would consider today’s music to be rich, not to say confusing, in its enormous diversity of styles, technical procedures, and systems of esthetics.”

– George Crumb

In this special theatrical evening, Emerald City Music hones in on the music and legacy of American composer George Crumb (b. 1929). This iconic Pulitzer and GRAMMY-winning composer is known for his juxtaposition of contrasting musical styles, ranging from music of the western art-music tradition, to hymns and folk music, to non-Western music. 

Program includes a screening of Vox Hominis, a short film about Mr. Crumb by filmmaker Zac Nicholson.

COVID-19 Protocol: In an ever-changing situation with the COVID-19 Pandemic, we are making every effort to keep you safe while we return to live performances. We are following the State and County's recommendations on limiting audience capacity and requiring masks to be worn throughout the duration of the performance. Contact information, including names and email addresses for all audience members, will be archived for contact tracing purposes.

These past few years have shown us that things can change very quickly without warning. We will continue to monitor the situation and update you regularly as more information is released by Governor Inslee and the Washington State Government.

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About Demarre McGill, alto flute & piccolo

One of the world’s leading flutists, Demarre serves as Principal Flute of the award-winning Seattle Symphony as well as Associate Professor of Flute, Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music. His many appearances span the continent and include concerto, recital, chamber festival, and National Flute Society Featured-Artist engagements. As an educator, Demarre has performed, coached, and presented master classes in South Africa, Korea, Japan, Quebec, and throughout the United States; appeared as speaker and performer at the 2018 League of American Orchestras Conference with his brother, clarinetist Anthony McGill; and has served on the faculties of the National Youth Orchestra of the United States, the National Orchestral Institute (NOI) at the University of Maryland, the Orford Music Festival, and Summerfests at the Curtis Institute of Music. Mr. McGill is a graduate of Curtis Institute of Music and the Juilliard School.

415 Westlake

415 Westlake Ave N
Seattle, WA 98109