Common Tone Arts presents “Inverted Space Ensemble” at Gesa Power House Theatre on Saturday, September 16 at 7 p.m.
Seattle-based experimental chamber group the Inverted Space Ensemble is proud to present an evening of fresh works that showcase their unique range. The program will feature many works by the group’s performers. “One Star Reviews” by Luke Fitzpatrick and Jeff Bowen utilizes one star Yelp reviews for the text and uses the Adapted Viola and Intoning Voice combination created by Harry Partch. Melissa Wang’s graphic score piece “Your Turn–A Family Game” will be followed by Kerrith Livengood’s unique theatrical piece “Scrawl Etude.” “The Golden Harvest,” by Marcin Paczkowski, combines the beautiful sonorities of violin, piano, and percussion with the sensibilities of ChatGPT. All of this leads to the Black Lodge in Luke Fitzpatrick and Jeff Bowen’s arrangement of the music from Twin Peaks that features the use of microtonality and improvisation.
Common Tone Arts is a visionary organization that can provide the vehicle for introspection, conversation, and transcendence. In music, a Common Tone is used to help connect one distantly related chord or key to another. We believe that art is the bridge that can connect distantly related people and cultures together — that can bring us together in our shared aspirations, illuminate the human experience, and transcend our limitations.
Reserved seating tickets ($25 for adults, $20 for students) are available online or by calling the box office at 509-529-6500.
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