Caballito Negro + Left Edge Percussion: “Hammers, Sticks, Wind & Stones” @ Oregon Center for the Performing Arts, Ashland OR

Flute and percussion duo, Caballito Negro, alongside Left Edge Percussion, perform The Stone Tapestry, Jeff Herriott’s epic, shape-shifting work for flute and percussion soloists with percussion quartet. The Stone Tapestry weaves together myths about origins, life cycles, and the significance of change. Composed for flute and percussion soloists, plus percussion quartet, and employing a myriad of flutes, percussion, electronics, and video, the piece traces the path of just a few stones, from discovery to disappearance, in a ritualistic performance.

The concert also features a cheery work for flute and percussion quartet, Hammers, by renowned flutist/composer Allison Loggins-Hull. It was inspired by the sounds of industrial construction in New York City, where the composer lives.

You can hear the Jefferson Public Radio interview here.

Tickets: $10 for general admission $5 seniors

Masks are required – show proof of vaccination or a negative COVD-19 test at the door

The livestream link is FREE:

Location: Oregon Center for the Arts
Music Recital Hall 1250 Siskiyou Blvd Ashland, OR 97520