Mon 12/4, 2017, 7:30pm
Town Music: A Cello Conspiracy with Joshua Roman
Featuring Efe Baltacıgil, Nathan Chan, Meeka Quan DiLorenzo, and Eric Han—with Joshua Roman

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In a celebration of Seattle’s cellists, Town Music is pleased to present an all-cello show by four of the Seattle Symphony’s current star cellists and our own Joshua Roman, whose career was launched at the Seattle Symphony where he earned the position of principal cellist at age 22. Roman presents our Town Music series with this hand-picked arrangement of inspiring and talented musicians, and he will be joining the group in a special performance alongside this exquisite quartet.

Efe Baltacigil is the Seattle Symphony’s current principal cellist, and is the winner of the 2005 Peter Jay Sharp Prize and the 2006 Washington Performing Arts Society Prize. Nathan Chan made his Carnegie Hall debut at the age of 12, and has performed with numerous orchestras including the Albany Symphony and The Royal Philharmonic. Meeka Quan DiLorenzo held the title of Associate Principal Cello of the Utah Symphony for five seasons before joining the Seattle Symphony in 2009. Eric Han made his concerto debut with the Toronto Symphony Orchestra at the age of 14 and has performed at festivals in America and abroad, including the Moritzburg Festival and Music@Menlo.

(subject to change)

Rossini Overture from The Barber of Seville arr. Moore
Gabriela Lena Frank Las Sombras de los Apus
Elgar Nimrod from Enigma Variations
Christopher Cerrone On Being Wrong (world premiere of 4 cello version)
Esmail Munni Badnam for three cellos
Paganini “Moses” Variations for two cellos arr. Demenga
Purcell Fantasia upon One Note arr. Moore (5 cellos)
Wilson Lament (5 cellos)
Josquin Untitled arr. Jacot (5 cellos)
Algirdas Martinaitis Birds of Eden
Wagner Coro dei Pellegrini from Tannhäuser, arr. Bonvecchio
Mozart Overture from Marriage of Figaro arr. Douglas B. Moore

Presented by Town Hall Seattle as part of the Arts & Culture and Town Music series.

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