Town Music

TOWN MUSIC SERIES

Curated by Joshua Roman, TM Artistic Director

Town Music brings world-class musicians together to perform and collaborate, emphasizing baroque to contemporary repertoire.

Highlights from past seasons include the Seattle premieres of Alarm Will Sound, Brooklyn Rider, JACK Quartet, Enso String Quartet, Sō Percussion, Deviant Septet, and appearances by soloists Johnny Gandelsman, Karen Gomyo, Andrius Zlabys, Pablo Ziegler, Helen Huang, Biava Quartet, Ensemble Variances, and many others.

Town Music has commissioned over a dozen original works in nine years, with composers Mason Bates, Gabriela Lena Frank, Dan Visconti, Jefferson Friedman, Lisa Bielawa, Andrius Zlabys, Timo Andres, Matt Marks, among others.

Tickets & Subscriptions

Single Tickets

$15 – TH Members
$20 – General Admission

Subscriptions
Subscription sales have ended as of 10/12/2017.

 

Upcoming Concerts

No upcoming Town Music Events Currently Scheduled

Joshua Roman

Town Music Artistic Director & Curator

Roman has earned an international reputation for his wide-ranging repertoire, a commitment to communicating the essence of music in visionary ways, artistic leadership and versatility. As well as being a celebrated performer, he is recognized as an accomplished composer and curator, and was named a TED Senior Fellow in 2015.

Roman has demonstrated inspirational artistic leadership throughout his career. As Artistic Director of TownMusic in Seattle he has showcased his own eclectic musical influences and chamber music favorites, while also promoting newly commissioned works. Under his direction, the series has offered world premieres of compositions by some of today’s brightest young composers and performances by cutting-edge ensembles.

In the 2015-16 season at TownMusic he presented his own song cycle, … we do it to one another, based on Tracy K. Smith’s book of poems Life on Mars, with soprano Jessica Rivera. He has also recently been appointed the inaugural Artistic Advisor of award-winning contemporary streaming channel Second Inversion, launched by Seattle’s KING-FM to cultivate the next generation of classical audiences. The cellist additionally took on a new curatorial role last summer, as Creative Partner of the Colorado Music Festival & Center for Musical Arts.

The same organization sponsored him in April 2016 at the 68th Annual Conference on World Affairs on the University of Colorado campus, where he contributed his innovative ideas about how classical music is conceived and presented.  Roman performed at the Kennedy Center Arts Summit that same month and is a member of the 2016 Kennedy Center Honors artists committee.

Learn more about Joshua at his website.

Full Series Sponsors

 

Tagney Jones Family Fund

Town Music Aficionados

Town Music Leadership Fund donors

 

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