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What's Love Got...?

  • The Chapel at The Good Shepherd Center 4649 Sunnyside Avenue North Seattle, WA, 98103 United States (map)

The Ecco Chamber EnsembleStacey Mastrian, soprano; Mark Hilliard Wilson, guitar; and Sarah Bassingthwaighte, flutepresent a program that features compelling, beautiful and challenging music that explores the role of technology, our humanity, isolation, self-image, and the age-old dilemma of following one’s heart. The program features songs by Robert Beaser, Mario Castelnuovo-Tedesco, John Dowland, Gabriel Fauré, Christoph Gluck, Frederic Hand, Deirdre Lynds, Louis Sauter, and Franz Schubert, as well as the premiere of Mark Hilliard Wilson’s Instagram Lieder.

Earlier Event: January 28
NUMUS Northwest
Later Event: February 25
Steeple Chase Concert

UPCOMING...

World premiere of “After Agnes Martin” (from the opera Lost in the Woods) for soprano and solo percussion, with Simone Mancuso.

Performances at the the Fleischer Memorial in Philadelphia, PA and the DiMenna Center in NYC of Lost in the Woods, a percussion opera written for soprano Stacey Mastrian and the Akros Percussion Collective during the Thoreau bicentenary -- music by Christopher Shultis, with a libretto based on civil disobedience and nature texts by Henry David Thoreau, video by Hee Sook Kim.

Brahms' Requiem and Bach's Cantata 51 at San Paolo Entro le Mura in Rome with conductor Stefano Vasselli.

World premiere of the song cycle Divan del Tamarit for soprano and three guitars by Jerry Mader to texts by Lorca.

Performances in Seattle with the Ecco Chamber Ensemble.

Three recording projects and concerts and residencies in AZ, CA, HI, MD, MO, PA, NV, WA, and WI, as well as in Mexico.

RECENT...

Gala dinner performance and TEDx-style lecture-performance at the closing plenary session of the International Fulbright Conference in Puebla, Mexico.

Concert at Ex Convento de Santa Monica in Puebla, Mexico with Yamaha artist and guitarist Alejandra Reyes and flutist Sarah Bassingthwaighte.

Residency in Morelia, Mexico at Escuela Popular de Bellas Artes.