No Fool'n... CrossSound To
Perform in Ketchikan
April 01, 2005
Ketchikan, Alaska - CrossSound will be performing at the Saxman
Tribal House this evening, April 1st, at 7:30 pm. The evening
will premier three multidisciplinary collaborations created in
Sitka (a Chinese poem set in SE Alaska by writer John Straley,
actor Roblin G. Davis and composer Cecilia Kim), Juneau (a Tlingit
tale with a Korean twist by writer Brett Dillingham, storysinger
Chan Park, and composer Stefan Hakenberg) and Ketchikan.
Rob Holsten (Tuba) and composer Fred Ho (Baritone Saxophone)
during a March rehearsal in Ketchikan..
Photograph by Chris Wilhelm©2005
The Ketchikan work is entitled The Raven Suite, and was created
jointly by writer Keith Smith, with the Tongass School of Arts
and Sciences Writer's Workshop, and the prominent composer Fred
Ho. Keith Smith, former director of the KAAHC, wrote the story
which he will tell while accompanied by the musicians, about
Raven and his fishing adventures.
Tickets for the evening are
$15 for adults and $12 for students/seniors and will be on sale
at The Edge, McPherson Music, the Arts Council and at the door.
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