Symphony Special: Uncharted - The Four Seasons

DATE

April 14, 2017 - April 15, 2017

LOCATION:

Terrain
Washington Cracker Building,
304 W Pacific Ave.

TICKET PRICES:

Symphony Special: Uncharted - The Four Seasons

EVENT DETAILS

Friday, April 14 — 8 p.m.
Saturday, April 15 — 8 p.m.
Doors open at 6:30 p.m. for both shows

MATEUSZ WOLSKI, VIOLIN
10 ARTISTS. A 15-PIECE ORCHESTRA. 

Poets, actors, artists, aerialists and musicians are combining talents for a unique take on an old favorite: Vivaldi's The Four Seasons. For the third consecutive year, the Spokane Symphony and Terrain are coming together for their collaborative venture known as “Uncharted.” The brainchild of Music Director Eckart Preu and Terrain's Luke Baumgarten, "Uncharted" will take place in the Washington Cracker Building. Violinist Mateusz Wolski and a 15-piece orchestra will combine forces with 10 local artists to create a reimagined production of Vivaldi's classic like you've never seen before.

Contributing artists include: musician-songwriters Windoe (the solo project of musician-songwriter Karli Fairbanks now Ingersoll) and Jenny Anne Mannan; writers Shawn Vestal and Elissa Ball; theatrical creators Charlie Pepiton and Brooke Kiener; visual artist Darrien Mack, aerialist John Hernandez; dancer Mackenzie Fagras; multi-dimensional artist Lou Pink (Jamie Nicole Nadherny); alternative  grit-pop group Lavoy; and poet Mark Anderson. More on the artists below.

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About the Artists

mateusz Wolski, violin

Polish violinist Mateusz Wolski holds degrees from the Manhatten School of Music and has gone on to enjoyed a distinguished international career as a soloist and orchestral musician.  He has been the concertmaster of the Spokane Symphony since 2007.

Charlie Pepiton

Charlie Pepiton, Asst. Professor of Theatre at Gonzaga University, is interested in creating new work and exploring the potential for theatre to engage across borders—between people and cultures, between methods and disciplines.

WINDOE (KARLI INGERSOLL)

Musician-songwriter Karli Ingersoll has ten plus years of songwriting experience and a trail through many genres. Windoe, her new solo project, she compiles a lush palette of melodic colors over a foundation of simply good songs.

SHAWN VESTAL

Shawn Vestal is the author of the novel Daredevils and the short story collection Godforsaken Idaho, which won the 2014 PEN/Robert W. Bingham prize for debut fiction. He writes for The Spokesman-Review and teaches at Eastern Washington University.

LAVOY

Lavoy first started making waves with their spectacle of a live show that led to their debut EP. The Alt Grit-Pop group shakes the hands of modern pop and points to the heroes of 1988 while post-indie and pop fans alike elate in the heat of dance floor grooves.

MARK ANDERSON

Mark L Anderson, Spokane poet and performer, received 2016 Spokane Arts Award in Leadership and the 2012 Ken Warfel Fellowship. He is a co-founder of the Broken Mic Poetry Series and has traveled across the U.S. performing in cafes, bars, and poetry slams.

 
ELISSA BALL

Elissa Ball is a writer, Tarot reader, and performance poet who writes a weekly astrology column for The Seattle Weekly. Her first book of poetry, The Punks Are Writing Love Songs, was published by Blue Begonia Press in 2012 and is available at Auntie's Bookstore.

DARRIEN MACK

Darrien Mack, 25, is a Spokane-born visual artist whose talents range from illustration and design to videography and photography. Showing a strange sense of vulnerability and reality through his creativity is a large percentage of his artistic perspective.

BROOKE KIENER 

Brooke Kiener is a play-maker, artistic collaborator, and arts enthusiast who loves big projects with lots of partners. A member of the theatre faculty at Whitworth University, she is most proud of her collaborations creating new plays. 

JENNY ANNE MANNAN  

Jenny Anne Mannan is a fiddler and singer/songwriter whose music has been recorded by Sara Watkins and John Cowan. She performed with mandolin phenom Chris Thile, bluegrass songwriters Chris & Sally Jones and Jim Lauderdale. 

 

JOHN HERNANDEZ 

John Hernandez is an accomplished aerialist practicing his craft for the last decade in Portland’s Night Flight Aerial and Circus Arts. When not performing, John enjoys introducing and teaching new students to the world of circus arts. 

MACKENZIE FAGRAS 

Mackenzie Fagras is a Spokane-based dancer who has been performing for 13 years. With a unique style, Mackenzie mixes ticking, popping, krump, voguing, and a variety of other hip hop elements. She is currently a professional hip hop choreographer and performer.

lou pink

Jamie Nicole Nadherny (Lou Pink) is a multi-dimensional creator of sculpture, installation and performance. The conceptual ideas embedded within her work deal with the exploration and examination of hybrid identities. 

 

TICKET INFORMATION

Tickets for this concert may be purchased with personalized service at the Box Office of Martin Woldson Theater at The Fox, 1001 West Sprague Avenue, or by calling 509-624-1200. They are also available online and at all TicketsWest outlets.

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