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Jacobsen Series: Striking Music

Add to Calendar 2024-02-09 19:30:00 2024-06-14 11:52:27 Jacobsen Series: Striking Music Join us for an evening of original music and lighting design featuring Striking Music, a Seattle-based percussion ensemble with Storm Benjamin, Rebekah Ko, James Doyle, and Benjamin Marx; in collaboration with Puget Sound’s Department of Art and Art History, designer Mare Hirsch, assistant professor of art and digital media. Striking Music will combine a fresh new multimedia work by Marx, Feynman Diagrams, with Hirsch's stunning design incorporating interactive technologies, sequenced visual elements, and live synthesized lighting. All are invited to a reception following the program hosted by the SAI international music organization. This event is sponsored by the Catharine Gould Chism Fund for the Humanities. Tickets: $20, general; $15 sr. citizen; military, Puget Sound faculty, staff and Community Music participants. Admission is free for current Puget Sound and K-12 students. Please obtain a complimentary ticket and present your student ID at the door. Striking Music percussion ensemble    Members of Striking Music.   View full biographies.               Ben Marx   Ben Marx, composer, sound designer, and synthesizers                 Mare Hirsch   Puget Sound's department of Art and Art History Professor Mare Hirsch               Named in honor of Leonard Jacobsen, former chair of the piano department at Puget Sound, the Jacobsen Professional Artist Series was established in 1984 and features School of Music faculty and their guests. Ticket sales support the Jacobsen Series Scholarship Fund, which awards annual music scholarships to an outstanding member of Sigma Alpha Iota, international music organization. Location support@kwallcompany.com America/Los_Angeles public
Feb 09, 2024
7:30 p.m.

Join us for an evening of original music and lighting design featuring Striking Music, a Seattle-based percussion ensemble with Storm Benjamin, Rebekah Ko, James Doyle, and Benjamin Marx; in collaboration with Puget Sound’s Department of Art and Art History, designer Mare Hirsch, assistant professor of art and digital media.

Striking Music will combine a fresh new multimedia work by Marx, Feynman Diagrams, with Hirsch's stunning design incorporating interactive technologies, sequenced visual elements, and live synthesized lighting.

All are invited to a reception following the program hosted by the SAI international music organization.

This event is sponsored by the Catharine Gould Chism Fund for the Humanities.

Tickets: $20, general; $15 sr. citizen; military, Puget Sound faculty, staff and Community Music participants.

Admission is free for current Puget Sound and K-12 students. Please obtain a complimentary ticket and present your student ID at the door.

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Striking Music percussion ensemble

 

 Members of Striking Music. 
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Ben Marx

 

Ben Marx, composer, sound designer, and synthesizers

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Mare Hirsch

 

Puget Sound's department of Art and Art History Professor Mare Hirsch

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Named in honor of Leonard Jacobsen, former chair of the piano department at Puget Sound, the Jacobsen Professional Artist Series was established in 1984 and features School of Music faculty and their guests. Ticket sales support the Jacobsen Series Scholarship Fund, which awards annual music scholarships to an outstanding member of Sigma Alpha Iota, international music organization.

Event Location

University of Puget Sound campus, Schneebeck Concert Hall.

Please note that this event will not be live streamed.