In a couple of weeks I’ll be rejoining my brother, dad, and about 25 other musicians onstage to perform a collection of orchestral pieces composed by my brother. The last time we did something like this was with a 55-person orchestra playing Jherek’s compositions at Seattle’s Town Hall in honor of Jherek’s 30th birthday.
The show at the Chapel Performance Space in Wallingford will most likely sell out, so get there well before the 8:00 start time on February 19! Find the space on the fourth floor of the Good Shepherd Center (4649 Sunnyside Ave. N).
I hope to see you there!
Here are details from the Facebook event page:
On February 19th, Jherek will be premiering a collection of ten ambient pieces composed during a recent residency at Port Townsend’s Fort Warden State Park. These pieces were specifically written for and recorded in the Park’s Cistern — an empty, two million gallon, underground water tank, boasting unique acoustic properties which produce an incredible, 45-second reverb decay. For this one-time musical event, Jherek will be joined by a live orchestra, as well as sound engineers, to help recreate the incredible reverb and ambience of the Cistern in surround sound.