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Modern Music Ensemble/Inverted Space: Don Perlimplín

Friday, May 29, 2015 - 7:30pm
$15 ($10 students/seniors), Notecard

The Modern Music Ensemble (Inverted Space), the University of Washington’s contemporary music ensemble, presents three on-campus concerts a year, performing both the “classics” of the modern era and hot-off-the-presses works from the best of today’s composers, including our own University of Washington faculty and students. In their final campus performance of the 2014-15 season, the group performs Italian composer Bruno Maderna’s 1962 experimental opera Don Perlimplín, based on “The Love of Don Perlimplín and Belisa in the Garden (Amor de Don Perlimplín con Belisa en su jardín”), a play by the 20th-century Spanish dramatist Federico García Lorca. 


Don Perlimplin: Daria Binkowski, flute

Belisa (speaking)/Elf 2: Mimi Santos

Belisa (singing) Emerald Lessley

Marcolfa/Elf 1: Barbara Burgio

Narrator: Chris Fratini

Mother-in-law: Brendan McGovern, Kevin Baldwin, Bryan Van Pelt, Steve Tressler, Greg Sinibaldi, saxophones

Conductor: Marcin Pączkowski



Clarinet: Alex Tu

Bassoon: Jamael Smith

Horn: Trevor Cosby

Trumpet: Ray Larsen; Betsy Solon; David Sloan

Trombone: Tyler Evans; Ryan Narby; Elizabeth McDaniel

Violin: Luke Fitzpatrick; Sol Im

Viola: Gwen Franz

Cello: Sonja Myklebust

Bass: Tyler Cigich; Ramon Salumbides

Mandolin: Jeff Bowen

Harp: Monica Schley

Piano: Brooks Tran

Electric Guitar: Gregg Belisle-Chin

Marimba: Declan Sullivan

Vibraphone: Isaac Anderson

Percussion: Tai Taitano

Sound: Jacob Sundstrom

Supertitles: Ania Stachurska