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BetaSounds 1: A First Exploration

BetaSounds 1: A First Exploration

Come join our vision for what we think the future of classical music should be on Oct. 9th at 6pm at The Conservatory!

Posted by BetaSounds on Tuesday, October 3, 2017

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BetaSounds 1: A First Exploration

Britten String Quartet No. 2, 1st and 2nd movements
Dvorak String Quartet No. 12 (American), 2nd movement
Ravel String Quartet No. 2, 2nd movement
Bartok String Quartet No. 2, 2nd movement

Music has the power to transport you, and A First Exploration is going to take you places! We invite you to explore this captivating art form, and to experience the beauty, passion, and excitement for yourself.  

After a musical invitation to an unfamiliar but exhilarating soundscape, we continue with a journey from the shores of America to the harbors of south France.  We then turn inward, to grapple with some of the most fundamental emotions that visit us all.  Don't miss your chance to see -and hear- classical music in a whole new way!

BetaSounds has found a home for its first set of concerts at The Conservatory Coffee Shop located in Georgetown.  Home to a diverse group of creatives, The Conservatory is a cafe, a center of learning, an artist community that aims to create an atmosphere for their patrons in ways that are different, imaginative, memorable, and entertaining.  
Parking is available on the street, as well as in several free parking lots within blocks of the shop. 
Beer, wine, sandwiches, snacks, and of course coffee available for purchase.

Featured Artists
The presentation of this concert would absolutely not be possible without the generous donation of time and talent by the performers.  
-Andy Liang (violin) is the newest addition to the Seattle Symphony, and loves playing tennis, frisbee, and video games.  
-Liza Zurlinden (violin) has performed extensively in several chamber orchestras, including New Century Chamber Orchestra and A Far Cry. 
-Aaron Conitz (viola) has been passionately pursuing new ways to present classical music with concert series' such as The Archipelago Collective and Classical Cider at Capitol Cider.  
-Joy Payton-Stevens (cello) is a member of the Seattle Symphony and the founder of BetaSounds.