Presenting David Skidmore’s riveting quartet, Common Patterns in Uncommon Time, composed in honor of the centennial of Frank Lloyd Wright’s Taliesen.
Each year, Third Coast Percussion presents 4-5 concerts of percussion music in their hometown of Chicago. In concert halls, theaters, and art galleries, the ensemble joins with world-renowned performers for programs that include premieres of new works for percussion alongside modern classic percussion music.
This livestreamed concert will include interview footage with Sidney K. Robinson, Professor Emeritus of Modern Architecture at the University of Illinois-Chicago, and longtime TCP Board Member, who commissioned the work.
The performance will be livestreamed on TCP’s Facebook page and YouTube channel (direct streaming links coming soon). Be sure to subscribe and click the bell icon, to get a notification when the concert goes live.
As always, this digital_TCP concert will be free. If you are able, please consider making a donation in lieu of a concert ticket—click here to make your gift.
Common Patterns in Uncommon Time was commissioned by Sidney K. Robinson for the Taliesen Centennial Celebration.
Third Coast Percussion’s programs are supported by The MacArthur Funds for Arts and Culture at Prince Charitable Trust, The Illinois Arts Council Agency, the City of Chicago Department of Cultural Affairs and Special Events, the Aaron Copland Fund for Music, the Amphion Foundation, the Gaylord and Dorothy Donnelley Foundation, and the Alice M. Ditson Fund at Columbia University.