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Jack Gabel and Musicians

BRETT CAMPBELL
6 pm Thursday, Feb. 7., Thursday February 07 | Free.
Gerding Theater
128 NW 11th Ave.
 
As part of the opening of an exhibit by painters Elizabeth Malaska and Anna Kodesch, one of Oregon’s finest living composers leads a 50-minute performance of a dozen of his short, original duets composed over a span of three decades. Each is composed for a different orchestral instrument and set of percussion instruments wielded by Northwest New Music virtuoso Florian Conzetti and other percussionists, all spread across the theater’s main lobby and musicians arrayed around the mezzanine balcony. It’s not a sit-down affair—attendees can wander and mingle around the performers.



Where: Gerding Theater
Phone: 445-3700
Address: 128 NW 11th Ave.
Website: www.pcs.org

 
 
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