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Agata Zubel's Concerts in Seattle

SCP brings fascinating composers, virtuoso performers and musicologists to Seattle to join in the festival. Soprano Agata Zubel returns to perform works by Georges Aperghis (Greece), Luís Tinoco (Portugal) and Luciano Berio (Italy) following exciting collaborations with SCP in Seattle, at San Francisco’s Other Minds festival and at the Warsaw Autumn festival. Zubel’s participation is in part supported by the Polish Cultural Foundation, NY.

Seattle Chamber Players (SCP) is pleased to present Icebreaker VI: New Music from the Mediterranean. Over two days, the ensemble – Paul Taub, David Sabee, Laura DeLuca and Mikhail Shmidt – will play works by composers from 13 countries of the Mediterranean region, with many of the composers present for the performances. Joining them are local musicians and special international soloists from Poland, Israel and Algeria.

Agata Zubel, soprano
Salim Dada, guitar
Yitzhak Yedid, piano
Seattle Chamber Players and guests
Saturday, February 25, 2012, at 8pm
Illsley Ball Nordstrom Recital Hall at Benaroya Hall
Benet Casablancas (Spain): Six Glosses on texts by Cees Nooteboom
Sanja Drakulic (Croatia): Kolo sreće (“Wheel of Fortune”) for cello solo
Uroš Rojko (Slovenia): Stone Wind for flute and clarinet
Georges Aperghis (Greece): La nuit en tête
Yann Robin (France): Chaostika
Luciano Berio (Italy): Folk Songs

Sunday, February 26, 2012, at 7pm
Illsley Ball Nordstrom Recital Hall at Benaroya Hall
Yitzhak Yedid (Israel): Passions and Prayers: Sextet in Homage to Jerusalem, movement two
Nabil Benabdeljalil (Morocco): Prière des anges
Luis Tinoco (Portugal): Trois Poèmes de l’Orient
Mohammed Fairouz (Egypt/Lebanon): Incantation and Dabkeh (world premiere)
Salim Dada (Algeria): Fine dell’inizio
Aleksander Peci (Albania): Sonic Roots
Fazil Say (Turkey): Divorce

CONCERT TICKETS $25 general/$15 students and seniors
Box Office at Benaroya Hall: 206.215.4747
MEET THE COMPOSERS (free admission)
Soundbridge Music Discovery Center, Benaroya Hall
Saturday, February 25, 2012, at 3pm
Sunday, February 26, 2012, at 1pm

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