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Duality


Duality

The path between two musical eras: the Baroque and the Classical, with English composer William Boyce. Discover a dark world of trolls and giants against an austere Scandinavian landscape as Danish composer Carl Nielsen draws us into a psychological exploration of duality in his Clarinet Concerto with soloist Sean Osborn. Finally, sink into the depths of Brahms’s tender feelings for Clara Schumann, where he struggles between the forces of love and friendship in a warm and pensive piece. Experience these masterworks through the vibrant voice of Seattle’s conductorless chamber orchestra.

October 27, 2018 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm | Duration 2h

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North Corner Chamber Orchestra

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About North Corner Chamber Orchestra

Founded by a group of friends and colleagues in 2014, North Corner Chamber Orchestra is a professional conductorless chamber ensemble whose members put collaboration at the heart of their music-making. The musicians of NOCCO perform an extremely diverse range of music – all with the spontaneity and flexibility of chamber music. They are currently in […]

Sean Osborn

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About Sean Osborn

Winner of the 2017-18 American Prize in Instrumental Performance, Sean Osborn has traveled the world as soloist and chamber musician, and during his eleven years with the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra. He has also appeared as guest principal clarinet with the New York Philharmonic, Pittsburgh Symphony, Seattle Symphony, and the American Symphony Orchestra. The New York […]