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Tickets to The Esoterics’ GRAVITAS: Investigating gravity concert series.

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The Esoterics’ autumn concert will explore poetry and music that is drawn downward, including Gravity’s dream by Steven Stucky, From ivory depths by Tonia Ko, as well as two cycles by Robert Paterson — Eternal reflections and The essence of gravity — setting poems by Czeslaw Milosz, Paul Laurence Dunbar, and Mary Elizabeth Frye. The centerpiece of this program will be three world premieres by the winners this year’s POLYPHONOS competition: Daniel Reza Sabzghabaei (Baltimore MD), Vahram Sarkissian (Montreal, Quebec), and Conrad Asman (Cape Town, South Africa). We’re excited to meet our winners and hear what they will create for us!

Friday | 6 Oct 2017 | 800pm | St Stephen’s Episcopal Church | 4805 NE 45th Street | Seattle
Saturday | 7 Oct 2017 | 800pm | Holy Rosary Catholic Church | 4142 42nd Avenue SW | West Seattle
Sunday | 8 Oct 2017 | 700pm | Christ Episcopal Church | 310 North K Street | Tacoma

 

General admission ticket prices are $25 at the door ($22 in advance).
Discounted admission ticket prices are $18 at the door ($15 in advance)
for students, seniors, the un(der)employed, and the differently-abled.
Active singers in other choral groups may also attend for $15.

 

The Esoterics’ SEASON 24 has been sponsored with generous support from: 4Culture | ArtsFund | ArtsWA
The Aaron Copland Fund for Music | The Ann Stookey Fund for New Music | Classic KING-FM | The Horizons Foundation
Live Music Project | Nikko Media Center | The Renaissance Foundation | The Seattle Foundation | Seattle Office of Arts & Culture

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Ticket Type

General Admission, Student / Senior Admission

Date

Fri Oct 6 Laurelhurst, Sat Oct 7 West Seattle, Sun Oct 8 Tacoma

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