Please take note of our upcoming Spring Recital and our deadline forChapter Scholarships. This year we have two separate scholarships for students to apply: our annual Chapter Scholarship as well as an exciting new Chapter Ambassador Program from National. Learn more about each opportunity and apply directly on our scholarship page. We will accept scholarship applications until April 15.
Save the date for our year-end recital: Sunday, May 5 from 2:00 PM to 4:00 PMat Northhaven Assisted Living, 531 NE 112th St, Seattle. Our year-end Recital in May is a wonderful opportunity for students, teachers, or anyone to perform pieces they have been working on throughout the year. It also gives audience members a variety of music to discover and enjoy. Signup now!
*The Washington Wind Symphony is in need of a volunteer harpist for their spring performance on April 28. The performance will contain many GREAT harp parts including the Overture to Candide, All of Carmina Burana, Riften Wed by Julie Giroux, and Shogun by Lewis Norfleet. Rehearsals take place in Redmond on Mondays starting in February. The Washington Wind Symphony is a 501c(3). This is a great opportunity for an advanced student, or a professional who would be willing to donate their time to the non-profit organization. Contact the conductor, Parker Bixby, if you are interested.
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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!
Saturday, March 9, 8:00 PM Pacific Lutheran University Choral Union. A beautiful choral concert of new works with orchestra. Lagerquist Concert Hall. 868 Wheeler St S, Tacoma. Tickets $5.00-$17.00. Add to calendar.
Saturday, March 9, 8:00 PM Chapel Series Concert II – A celebration of Robert Aitken. Featuring harpists Catherine Case and Sophie Baird-Daniel. 4649 Sunnyside Ave. N, Seattle. Tickets $15.00 - $25.00 . Add to calendar.
Friday, March 15, 7:00 PM Pierce County College Choir performs Faure’s Requiem Pierce College Puyallup, Arts and Allied Health Building (AAH Theatre), College Way, Puyallup. Tickets $5.00. Add to calendar.
Friday, March 15, 7:30 PM The Arts at Saint Mark’s: The Cathedral Trio. Atrio of world-class musicians whose program strikes a perfect balance of beloved traditional idioms and engaging new music. Featuring Naomi Kato, harp. Tickets $15.00. Add to calendar.
Tuesday, March 19, 8:00 PM Pacific Lutheran University Symphony Orchestra, featuring harpist Alec Sjoholm. Alec recently won the concerto competition at Pacific Lutheran University and will be performing the first movement of the Gliere harp concerto with the PLU symphony orchestra. Lagerquist Concert Hall, 868 Wheeler St S, Tacoma. Add to calendar.
Sunday, March 24, 2:00 PM Live Music Project: Seattle. Featuring Valerie Muzzolini, harp, and Michael A. Werner, percussion. Part of a 24-hour event showcasing over 50 living composers. Located at Octave 9 at Benaroya Hall. 200 University St, Seattle .Tickets $75.00. Add to calendar.