Informal, fun, 40-minute concerts for the community featuring CWU music professors, students, and Ellensburg community members performing a wide variety of very short pieces. Everyone is welcome – in particular young children who have a hard time sitting still, and so usually don’t attend concerts. A low hum of background noise, chomping sounds, and impromptu… Continue Reading Kairos Noon Lunch Concerts
An evening of Bach Motets and intricate ensemble; immerse yourself in the brilliance of these Baroque gems. Experience the masterful choral motets of Johann Sebastian Bach, performed by our octet of professional singers with continuo, and two additional singers for the heart of our program: Jesu, meine Freude. This will be an exciting concert to… Continue Reading Octet Victoria – Jesu, meine Freude
The Bayshore Symphony's winter concerts are fast approaching. We're featuring three local artists at our concerts: Nirvana Guernsey and Alishia Joubert performing Mozart's Flute & Harp Concerto as well as pianist Alex Amick playing Rachmaninoff's Piano Concerto #1. Come and show them your support! We're also playing two delightful Intermezzos by Kalinnikov. Trevor Lutzenhiser conducting.
The Bellingham Music Club presents the first of three daytime showcases featuring exceptional music students, all winners of its adjudicated competitions. BMC hosts the award winners of its High School String Competition in honor of Ethel Crook, and its High School Winds & Percussion Competition in honor of Nicholas Bussard. Join us for an hour-long… Continue Reading BMC Award Winners in Concert: Strings, Winds and Percussion
Up next on First Thursday: Join on March 7, 2024 from 12:15 - 12:45 pm, at St. Paul's Episcopal Church, 323 Catherine Street, Walla Walla WA, for a free concert with organist James French presenting a program entitled “Music of the Spanish Baroque.” Free will offerings will benefit the Walla Walla Valley Disability Network, supporting its… Continue Reading First Thursday: Music of the Spanish Baroque
Sarah Ioannides, conductor Ronaldo Rolim, piano Andrée: Intermezzo Liszt: Piano Concerto No. 2 Beethoven: Symphony No. 5 Elfriede Andrée’s First Symphony, from which the Intermezzo is extracted, is likely the earliest symphony written by a Swedish woman. One continuous piece, Liszt’s Second Piano Concerto diverged from typical concertos of its day that were separated into… Continue Reading Symphony Tacoma: Transformation
“Czech” in with Skagit Symphony this spring. Our program begins with Smetana’s beloved river voyage along The Moldau. Eric Han returns to our stage with a jazz influenced cello concerto by Martinu. And we’ll welcome spring’s return with Dvorak’s symphonic postcard home, “From the New World”, his enduring and endearing Symphony No. 9. For more… Continue Reading Skagit Symphony Presents: Longing for Home
The splendor of Handel’s music The third in our series of concerts with this exciting ensemble, led by the irrepressible Matthias Maute. This time, the music of Handel is featured, including his Anthem for the Foundling Hospital. Program: George Frideric Handel (1685-1759) Ode for the anniversary of the Queen Anne Eternal Source of Light Divine… Continue Reading Hallelujah and Trumpets! – Ensemble Caprice