The roaring engine behind last summer’s free of charge, out of doors, creative music concert series, Sounds Outside, and winners of the 2006 Earshot Golden Ear Award for Concert of the Year (for the Raymond Scott Project), the Monktail Creative Music Concern has been working tirelessly for the last 10 years to propagate uncompromising creative artistic events in the Pacific Northwest. This week we ask you to join us in raising funds and celebrating the next wave of MCMC activities.
Monktail Creative Music Concern Benefit Concert
featuring Wayne Horvitz, Paul Rucker, Stephen Fandrich
Wednesday, November 14th 2007, 7 PM
1412 18th Ave (at 18th and Union)
$10-$25 suggested donation / All Ages
Seattle is a hotbed of creative activity right now, and is being hailed as one of the most dynamic and supportive artistic communities in the county. This is very much due to organizations like the MCMC who are constantly generating new adventures for artists and audiences alike. Things are difficult in today’s world, and the arts are certainly feeling the impact of that fact. We can’t wait for opportunities, we must create our own, and let’s face it, that takes a big vision, some intense motivation, and well, to put it frankly, a lot of cash. So come on people, throw down!!!
Internationally acclaimed pianist / composer Wayne Horvitz, along with cellist / composer / installation artist Paul Rucker, and pianist / composer / vocalist Stephen Fandrich, have generously donated their time and creative energy for Wednesday’s event, in support of the Concern. Please join us for this usually intimate performance experience with three of Seattle’s finest.