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A Polyphonic Approach 

When: Thu., March 19 2015
Considered one of the world’s most versatile and innovative flutists, Matthias Ziegler makes the kind of polyphonic music that critics call "beguiling" and "extraordinary." It's definitely unusual as songs such as "Uakti" consist of whispering noises that sound something like wind blowing through a forest. Ziegler plays principal flute with the Zurich Chamber Orchestra has toured with the percussionist Pierre Favre and performed with the pianist George Gruntz as well as with the American contrabass player Mark Dresser. He performs tonight at 7:30 at the Transformer Station. Tickets are $20, $18 for Cleveland Museum of Art members. (Niesel)

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