COMING UP

LEADING LADIES

Burning passion, tender desire, and fierce jealousy come to life in the music of Barbara Strozzi - the best known of a small number of women who found success in the male-dominated world of 17th century professional musicians - and her contemporaries. Sopranos Tess Altiveros and Danielle Sampson join Stephen Stubbs and the Pacific MusicWorks House Band for a journey into the world of love gone right, love gone wrong, and love just plain gone.

RESCHEDULED DUE TO SNOW


fri March 1, 2019

7:30 pm: St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church, Seattle
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UNDERGROUND

Scotland’s natural beauty and rich heritage has inspired musicians for centuries. Internationally acclaimed Scottish fiddler and violinist Brandon Vance joins harpsichordist and guitarist Henry Lebedinsky invite you to explore the interplay between art and folk music in 18th century Scotland. Sonatas by Oswald, MacLean, Munro, and Marshall dance alongside traditional reels, Strathspeys, jigs, and marches in this unique and wonderful program.

Scotland’s natural beauty and rich heritage has inspired musicians for centuries. Internationally acclaimed Scottish fiddler and violinist Brandon Vance joins harpsichordist and guitarist Henry Lebedinsky invite you to explore the interplay between art and folk music in 18th century Scotland. Sonatas by Oswald, MacLean, Munro, and Marshall dance alongside traditional reels, Strathspeys, jigs, and marches in this unique and wonderful program.

SAT March 9, 2019

7:30 pm: St. Augustine's Episcopal Church, Freeland | Buy Tickets


SUN March 10, 2019

3:00 pm: Resonance at SOMA Towers, Bellevue | Buy Tickets


TUE march 12, 2019

7:00 pm: Capitol Cider, Seattle (ages 21+) | Buy Tickets

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SANCTUARY IN THE CITY

Celebrate Women’s History Month with soprano Natalie Ingrisano and harpsichordist Henry Lebedinsky as they present songs of the heart written by exceptional Baroque women composers, including Barbara Strozzi, Francesca and Settimia Caccini, Elisabeth Jacquet de la Guerre, and Françoise-Charlotte Ménétou, including several modern-day premieres.

Experience the music in the sumptuous acoustic of
Christ Our Hope at the Josephinum
1902 2nd Ave. (2nd Ave. at Stewart St.), Seattle

Join us after the FREE concert for a meet-the-artists reception right next door at the James Moore Bar and Kitchen.


2018-2019 SEASON BROCHURE

 
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