Rambunctious: A Festival of American Composers and Dance

May 15-17 at Fremont Abbey Arts Center - 4272 Fremont Ave N, Seattle, WA 98103
May 22-24 at Washington Hall - 153 14th Ave, Seattle, WA 98122
All performances at 8pm, except Saturday the 17th at 1pm

This festival contains a total of seven world premieres by choreographer Donald Byrd, each set to a string quartet of an American composer and performed live by Seattle chamber music organization Simple Measures.

The first weekend will include compositions from the early 20th century – including George Gershwin, Aaron Copland, and Vincent Persichetti – and the second weekend will feature contemporary works from Charles Wuorinen, John Zorn, and a world premiere by Don Krishnaswami. Charles Ives’ “Scherzo” will be featured as the festival overture at each performance.

Join us at both venues and see all seven premieres!

Tickets are $25, $20 for students and seniors.

Presented in collaboration with Simple Measures.  We’re grateful to the Paul G. Allen Foundation, The Evelyn Sharp Foundation, and The Raisbeck Fund for Live Music for their support of this production.

Image by Nate Watters