Our board is busy planning events for 2019, and we have some exciting announcements to make regarding scholarship opportunities in our December newsletter issue of Resonance.
With all our recent activity, you'll want to remain part of the Greater Seattle Chapter of the American Harp Society. Please do keep in mind that annual membership dues are being processed and we are hard at work on updating the directory. To receive up-to-date and accurate information, please take a moment to complete your renewal form and send your Paypal or check payment of $10-$15 to Patti Warden as soon as possible.
Patti Warden 8848 129th Place SE, Newcastle, WA 98056
Be sure to send your news, announcement, and upcoming concerts to our new communication representatives, Amanda O'Connor and Lauren Wessels, at firstname.lastname@example.org. More soon!
Thursday, November 15 Wayward Music Series. Featuring Carol Levin (electric harp), Heather Bentley (viola) and Amelia Love Clearheart (vocals). 8pm-10pm at the Chapel at the Good Shepherd Center. 4649 Sunnyside Ave N, Seattle. $5-15 Suggested Donation. Saturday, November 17 Symphony Tacoma. Featuring Berlioz'sSymphonie Fantastique. 7:30 PM at the Pantages Theater. 901 Broadway, Tacoma. $24.00 - $83.00, Tickets available at symphonytacoma.org
Sunday, November 18 Olympia Symphony Orchestra performingWe Shall Never Forget.3:00 PM at the Washington Center for the Performing Arts. 512 Washington St SE, Olympia. $7.00 - $54.00, Tickets available at olympiasymphony.org.
Saturday, December 1 South Sound Strings Harp Ensemble performing theLynne Wainwright Palmer Centennial Concert that feature heroriginal compositions and arrangements. 3:00 PM at the Schneebeck Concert Hall, University of Puget Sound. 1500 N Warner St, Tacoma. Free Admission.
Saturday, December 15 Magical Strings Celtic Yuletide performs its 40th Annual Celebration. 7:30 PM at First Presbyterian Church. 1013 8th Avenue, Seattle. $12.00 - $35.00, Tickets and additional dates available at magicalstrings.com