Chamber Cartel
Cartel members Jean, Caleb, and Thomas go over Iris with Guest Artist Lisa Cella

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Saturday November 15th 8 pm

Erikson Clock

Our Next Arcana Series Concert


Join us for our finale of season III, Arcana, for a concert of all Marc Yeats’ music. Marc is the Cartel’s Composer-in-Association and we’re proud to be giving two American premieres (Pathos for solo cello and a theft of cold moisture for solo flute) and two World premieres (corpuscular theory of light for soprano saxophone, clarinet, xylophone and Chablon for percussion quartet)!

Please RSVP here

If you’re wondering what Marc’s music sounds like you can listen to our newest podcast on The Shape Distance 7, a teaser track to our upcoming album of Marc’s evening length work The Shape Distance.

Chamber Cartel is proud to be a part of The Goat Farm Arts Center’s D_MPSTERS project! This will be presented at Elevate Atlanta 2014 in the Fairlie-Poplar District of Downtown Atlanta. We’ll be presenting 7 mini-concerts in 6 days around various Art installations made by Goat Farm Artists. Here is the schedule - 

Friday (10/17) 7:30 pm @Timeline Dumspter
On Never Having Written a Note for Percussion
James Tenney

Saturday (10/18) 2 pm @Wishing Well
John Luther Adams

Sunday 6 pm (10/19) @Woodruff Park
John Luther Adams

Monday (10/20) 1 pm @A Grey Thought
Science is Only a Sometimes Friend
Aaron Siegel
John Luther Adams

Tuesday (10/21) 6:15 pm @Wishing Well
Elliot Cole

Wednesday (10/22) 6 pm @Allusion
The Immeasurable Space of Tones
John Luther Adams