Wednesday, February 28 at 8:00 PM|
Shenandoah New Music
Praised for her “expert technical work” (The Strad), cellist Amanda Gookin “pushes Classical forward” (Los Angeles Times) and champions the future of music through the creation and bold performance of new works, and a dedication to education, culture and community engagement. Through “brilliant and compelling programming” (The Strad), double bassist Sam Suggs gathers musical materials through composition, re-composition and improvisation, melting barriers of genre and style with fresh interpretations and deft transitions between old and new worlds of sound. Together, these two collaborative partners present a remarkable evening of genre-bending chamber music.
Shenandoah Conservatory uses digital programs for all performances. In addition to their engaging and accessible design, digital programs are cost effective, environmentally friendly and enable us to create and update our programs more efficiently, which means we can focus our resources on the performances you love! View our digital programs by clicking the button above, scanning the QR code in our venue or texting PROGRAM to (540) 307-2336 at the performance. [Note: Digital programs are best viewed on your mobile or tablet device.]
Bright Box Theater: Cocktail table seating. Doors open at 7PM for food and drink service.
Accommodations for disabilities may be arranged by contacting the Box Office at least three days prior to the performance.
Photos by C King Media