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Mostly Nordic: Rhythms of Iceland (Iceland)

portraits of the 2020 performers
Jan 26
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Mostly Nordic: Rhythms of Iceland (Iceland)
Jan 26, 2020
2:00pm - 4:00pm PST
Event date

The Pacific Rims Percussion Quartet
Paul Hansen
Rob Tucker
Gunnar Folsom
Matt Kocmieroski

Enter the percussive and ethereal sounds of Iceland with the Seattle-based Pacific Rims Percussion Quartet as they evoke the Icelandic northern lights in Aura by Anna Þorvaldsdóttir, the dramatic moss-covered, volcanic, and ice-shaped landscapes in Sindur by Áksell Másson, and more from this extraordinary and rich repertoire. The versatility of textures that emit from this ensemble are matched only by the vastness of the Icelandic experience.

To view the rest of the season's lineup and purchase season tickets (the best value), visit our Mostly Nordic webpage at www.nordicmuseum.org/mostlynordic.

This season, we are pleased to offer a special price for all students. Please use the code MNSTUDENT at checkout to receive your discounted price, and bring your valid student ID with your ticket for entry.

Cost: $25 for Members; $30 general admission; $10 students

Special thanks to KNKX, our 2020 Mostly Nordic Concert Series Media Sponsor.
Special thanks to KNKX, our 2020 Mostly Nordic Concert Series Media Sponsor.

Mostly Nordic: Rhythms of Iceland (Iceland)

The Pacific Rims Percussion Quartet
Paul Hansen
Rob Tucker
Gunnar Folsom
Matt Kocmieroski

Enter the percussive and ethereal sounds of Iceland with the Seattle-based Pacific Rims Percussion Quartet as they evoke the Icelandic northern lights in Aura by Anna Þorvaldsdóttir, the dramatic moss-covered, volcanic, and ice-shaped landscapes in Sindur by Áksell Másson, and more from this extraordinary and rich repertoire. The versatility of textures that emit from this ensemble are matched only by the vastness of the Icelandic experience.

To view the rest of the season's lineup and purchase season tickets (the best value), visit our Mostly Nordic webpage at www.nordicmuseum.org/mostlynordic.

This season, we are pleased to offer a special price for all students. Please use the code MNSTUDENT at checkout to receive your discounted price, and bring your valid student ID with your ticket for entry.

Cost: $25 for Members; $30 general admission; $10 students

Special thanks to KNKX, our 2020 Mostly Nordic Concert Series Media Sponsor.
Special thanks to KNKX, our 2020 Mostly Nordic Concert Series Media Sponsor.

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