LIVE STREAM: Wayne Horvitz//Robin Holcomb Duo streaming from the Royal Room!

When:
May 31, 2020 @ 7:30 pm
2020-05-31T19:30:00-07:00
2020-05-31T19:45:00-07:00
LIVE STREAM:  Wayne Horvitz//Robin Holcomb Duo streaming from the Royal Room!

7:30pm-8:30pm

Join us Sunday for our recurring series titled ‘Staycation Festival’, a summer-long series of streaming events at the Royal Room, co-hosted by Live Concerts Stream.

You can stream the show at LiveConcertsStream.com, and on the Royal Room Facebook page!

Royal Room page: facebook.com/royalroomseattle/
Live Concerts Stream: liveconcertsstream.com/

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A 2016 Doris Duke Performing Artist Award, composer and pianist, Wayne Horvitz’ work ranges from the recent premiere of a concerto for the Seattle Symphony featuring guitarist Bill Frisell. to his long association with a myriad of artists including Butch Morris, Gus Van Sant, John Zorn, Robin Holcomb, Reggie Watts etc.

 “there’s nobody else out there I hear even attempting to cover some kind of similar range, and do it so convincingly” — All About Jazz

Robin Holcomb is a rare talent, with a foot in the pop world and roots in the downtown avant-garde that reach back to the first generation of Studio Henry mavericks. A composer, pianist, singer and songwriter, she has performed internationally as a solo artist and the leader of various ensembles. Recent recordings include John Brown’s Body (Tzadik), Solos (Songlines) and The Big Time (Nonesuch). Other recording projects include appearances on Bill Frisell’s landmark Nashville recording and contributions to Burt Bacharach, Serge Gainsbourg and Mississippi Sheiks tribute compilations as well as numerous projects produced by the late Hal Wilner

Her orchestral composition, “No Thing Lives to Itself”, was premiered by the Portland Maine Symphony in January of 2020. She is currently completing a commission for the Philadelphia Orchestra.

She has composed extensively for dance, theater and film. Her work has been called “staggeringly beautiful” (New York Times), “stunning” (Option), and “entrancing” (Billboard).

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