Pianist and composer Haskell Small has long been fascinated with music that is primarily quiet, spacious and mystical. As part of his ongoing concert series, “Journeys in Silence”, Small has performed solo and chamber programs around the world. On November 10, 2017 he brings his ‘penchant for quietude’ to St. Paul’s Episcopal Church in Seattle. The concert is at 7:30 pm, and admission is by free-will offering. The evening also features a reading of poetry by local Seattle poet Sharon Cumberland.
Haskell Small – A Journey in Silence: Reflections on the Book of Hours
J.S. Bach – Partita in A minor
Alan Hovhaness – Pastorale No. 1
Hovhaness – Hymn to Mt. Chocorua
Poetry by Sharon Cumberland
Admission by free-will offering