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Seattle, Washington

Obscura Day 2016: Harry Partch Instrumentarium

Discover Cloud-Chamber Bowls, Quadrangularis Reversum, Marimba Eroica, and many more fascinating hand-made instruments by 20th century American composer Harry Partch.

Join us at the Harry Partch Instrumentarium! 

Discover Cloud-Chamber Bowls, Quadrangularis Reversum, Marimba Eroica, and many more fascinating hand-made instruments by 20th century American composer Harry Partch.

Choose from three different start times: 12 PM, 1PM, or 2 PM

Notes for this adventure:

- The Instrumentarium is located in Room 21 of the Music Building on the University of Washington campus. Click here for a map.

- Parking on campus after 12 pm is free. There are also paid parking lots (N1 and N5) next to the northern entrance on Memorial Drive. 

- Proceeds from ticket sales will help support the ongoing operations of Partch Instrumentarium

- Photography is encouraged! Tag @atlasobscura & #obscuraday

Advance ticket sales only. All sales are final.

Check out our full lineup of amazing adventures taking place all around the world on Obscura Day, our annual celebration of discovery!