NAT 28: A musical conflict kitchen

Live at James Gallery, Tuesday, April 4, 2017 - 7:00pm

NAT 28, an ensemble that celebrates diversity in classical and contemporary music, will play a program that they describe as a musical conflict kitchen. Ticket includes food from Conflict Kitchen restaurant.

Seating is limited! Pay what you wish! $20 suggested. Tickets required. Purchase in advance from Chamber Music Pittsburgh either online or by phone at 412-624-4129. Any remaining general admission tickets will be sold on a first-come, first-served basis at the door on the night of the event. Subject to availability. Doors and box office open at 6:30.

About The Artist: 

NAT 28 gave its first performance in June 2016 as part of the inaugural Make Music Day Pittsburgh. It has since given shows at concert halls, coffee shops, bookstores, dance studios, and churches all over the city. NAT 28 was created with the intention of amplifying the voices of Pittsburgh’s many talented artists and furthering a strong sense of local artistic identity. The name is derived from the Pittsburghese colloquial “n’at” as well as the number of main bridges in the city. NAT 28 is proud to boast a roster of talented Pittsburgh transplants who each fell in love with and decided to center their careers in the Steel City. Their first season has seen them collaborate with local dancers to explore movement-derived music, celebrate the career of local composer Federico Garcia-De Castro as a part of their Portraits series, and present the inaugural Pittsburgh Composers’ Project in which they featured works by carefully selected emerging and established local composers. These shows were featured by the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, the Tribune, Glassblock, WQED, and Saturday Light Brigade Radio. NAT 28 also recently scored Point Park University’s departmental dance recital. Future projects this year include a celebration of the oeuvre of Steve Reich alongside the Musicians of the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra as well as Unveiling, a concert of world premieres written for NAT 28 by esteemed international composers

NAT 28 is
Zoe Sorrell, flute
Allyson Edington, clarinet
Molly Zebell, French horn
Aaron Schwartz, violin
Maija Anstine, viola
Will Teegarden, cello
Brian Gilling, piano
Natalie Severson, harp
Devin Sherman, guitar
Nick Huneycutt, percussion