“Now in its third year, ‘Uncharted,’ the brainchild of nonprofit arts organization Terrain and the Spokane Symphony, brings some of Spokane’s brightest artistic talent together for two nights of collaboration,” writes Azaria Podplesky in Thursday’s (4/13) Spokesman Review (Spokane, WA). “This year’s ‘Uncharted’ features work from Windoe, the solo project of Karli Ann Ingersoll, bluegrass/Americana fiddle player Jenny Anne Mannan, writers Elissa Ball and Shawn Vestal, visual artist Darrien Mack, dancer Mackenzie Fagras, aerialist John Hernandez, multi-dimensional artist Lou Lou Pink (Jamie Nicole Nadherny), theatrical creators Charlie Pepiton and Brooke Kiener, alt-rock band Lavoy, poet Mark Anderson and Spokane Symphony Concertmaster Mateusz Wolski and the Spokane Symphony, all putting their twist on Antonio Vivaldi’s ‘The Four Seasons.’ ” In a Q&A, Wolski and Mannan speak about “the difference between the violin and fiddle, similarities between classical and pop music and what it was like to reinterpret the Vivaldi classic.” Says Wolski, “The plan is we’re going to be performing Vivaldi’s ‘Four Seasons.’ However, it’s not going to be just the straight-through performance of the piece….. Every artist gets a movement assigned and then they put their personal touch on what they think that represents for them.”

Posted April 18, 2017