Andrew Waggoner: Quantum Memoir

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Andrew Waggoner studied at the New Orleans Center for Creative Arts, the Eastman School of Music and Cornell University. Called the gifted practitioner of a complex but dramatic and vividly colored style by The New Yorker, his music has been commissioned and performed by the Academy of St. Martins-in-the-Fields; the Los Angeles Philharmonic; the Saint Louis, Denver, Syracuse, and Winnipeg Symphonies. The three concertos recorded on this program were composed between 2010 and 2013. his music has everything we have come to expect from the greatest of contemporary composersconfidence, originality, expressivity, and, above all, palpable meaning. highly original and compelling. (Fanfare Magazine)

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Both of these discs are keepers, mother lodes to be mined in the years to come.” - Performing Arts Monterey Bay

The three soloists are evidently believers, and their eloquence and commitment are adroitly reinforced by the superbly prepared Seattle band. Each of these concertos has far more to offer than might immediately meet the ear. They offer a sleek and challenging beauty and I encourage the curious to make their acquaintance forthwith. As with all three pieces, Bridge’s sound is spectacular and atmospheric.” - MusicWeb International


Concerto for Violin

Michael Lim, violin

Concerto for Piano

Gloria Cheng, piano

Concerto for Guitar

Kenneth Meyer, guitar


Seattle Modern Orchestra

Julia Tai, conductor