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January 13, 2018 at 8:00 p.m.

Returning to Heights Arts, acclaimed new music ensemble Zeitgeist (from St. Paul, MN) will join Cleveland’s own No Exit for an evening of music assured to enthrall and delight. Both groups will play works from their unique repertoires as well as joining forces to perform collectively. The program will feature a diverse assortment of thrilling avant-garde sounds including music which explores the possibilities of the electroacoustic medium. Free and open to the public.



This free community concert is part of a series of music performances in the Heights Arts gallery, ongoing through 2018.


Lauded for providing “a once-in-a-lifetime experience for adventurous concertgoers,” Zeitgeist is a new music chamber ensemble comprised of two percussion, piano and woodwinds. One of the longest established new music groups in the country, Zeitgeist commissions and presents a wide variety of new music for audiences in the Twin Cities and on tour. Always eager to explore new artistic frontiers, Zeitgeist collaborates with poets, choreographers, directors, visual artists and sound artists of all types to create imaginative new work that challenges the boundaries of traditional chamber music. The members of Zeitgeist are: Heather Barringer, percussion; Patti Cudd, percussion; Pat O’Keefe, woodwinds; Nicola Melville, piano.

Since its inception, the idea behind No Exit has been to serve as an outlet for the commission and performance of contemporary avant-garde concert music. Now in our eighth season and with well over fifty commissions to date, No Exit is going strong in our efforts to promote the music of living composers and to be an impetus for the creation of new works. We have strived to create exciting, meaningful and thought-provoking programs; always with the philosophy of bringing the concert hall to the community (not the other way around) and by presenting our programs in a manner which allows for our audience to really connect with the experience……… free and open to the public in every sense


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