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Cellist Jeffrey Zeigler, Formerly of the Acclaimed Kronos Quartet, Presents a Concert of New Music

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Aired on Friday, February 20th.

On this edition of ST, we welcome Jeffrey Zeigler, the gifted cello player and composer who's best known for his eight-year tenure with the internationally known Kronos Quartet. Since leaving that collective about two years ago, Zeigler has embarked on an interesting (and decidedly multi-genre) solo career that's found him collaborating with a host of fascinating musicians -- such as singer/songwriter Norah Jones, avant-jazz guru John Zorn, pianist Vijay Iyer, composer Philip Glass, Wilco drummer Glenn Kotche, and so forth. Tonight, Friday the 20th, Zeigler will perform music from his collaboration-driven 2014 album, "Something of Life," at the Tulsa PAC's Liddy Doenges Theatre. The show begins at 8pm, is presented by Choregus Productions, and will also feature a guest percussionist as well as visual projections. More information about this concert can be found at the Choregus website.

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