Hutchins Consort: Fifth Anniversary Concert at the Irvine Barclay
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The last date listed for Hutchins Consort: Fifth Anniversary Concert was Saturday January 22, 2005 / 8:00pm.
Currently at Irvine Barclay Theatre:
- Full Price:
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With a title that alludes to an inciting moment in the creative life of one of the biggest icons in music history, Miles Davis and the Blue Flame Incident celebrates the life and work of one of the most innovative jazz musicians of all time. An exploration of Davis' career, this unique performance combines video clips, voiceovers that brings to life sections of his autobiography, still images and, most importantly, incredible live music courtesy of the Metta Quintet. As the musicians perform a variety of songs that demonstrates the range and imagination of the trumpeter, bandleader and cultural provocateur that was Miles Davis, an inspirational story of the man himself is woven with the supporting media in this not-to-be-missed show. Learn More
Quotes & Highlights
- Listen to audio clips of the Hutchins Consort.
The Hutchins Consort is the world's only professional ensemble performing on the eight scaled violins designed and built by Dr. Carleen Hutchins. The instruments of the Violin Octet cover the entire range of written music in the voice of the violin, from the enormous contrabass to the tiny treble.
The mission of the Hutchins Consort is to provide unique musical and educational performances with the eight scaled violins of Dr. Carleen Hutchins, which are the culmination of 500 years of research into the acoustics of violin family instruments; to perform pieces specifically written for this ensemble as well as arrangements of traditional repertory; to demonstrate the distinctions between these and traditional instruments; to facilitate the composition and arrangement of music specifically for the sonic palette that the instruments and their performers create; and to make performances available to a wide and diverse audience.