Capital City Chorus and Chorale present “The Sacred and The Profane”

Capital City Chorus and Chorale will present their spring concert at Capital High School’s new Performing Arts Theatre featuring Carl Orff’s profane “Carmina Burano” with two pianos, percussion and local area performance soloist. The Chorale will perform a series of sacred songs and hymns by Gwyneth Walker, Moses Hogan, Pablo Casals and local Pacific Lutheran …

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Capital City Chorus and Chorale present “The Sacred and The Profane”

Capital City Chorus and Chorale will present their spring concert at Capital High School’s new Performing Arts Theatre featuring Carl Orff’s profane “Carmina Burano” with two pianos, percussion and local area performance soloist. The Chorale will perform a series of sacred songs and hymns by Gwyneth Walker, Moses Hogan, Pablo Casals and local Pacific Lutheran …

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Capital City Chorus & Chorale present “The Sacred and The Profane”

Capital City Chorus and Chorale will present their spring concert at Capital High School’s new Performing Arts Theatre featuring Carl Orff’s profane “Carmina Burano” with two pianos, percussion and local area performance soloists. The Chorale will perform a series of sacred songs and hymns by Gwyneth Walker, Moses Hogan, Pablo Casals and local Pacific Lutheran …

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Dr. Paul Tegels Organ Concert

St. John’s Episcopal Church (19th & Capitol Way, Olympia) announces the third concert in their 2022-2023 organ series celebrating the completion of the Schlicker organ.  Paul Tegels, Associate Professor of Music at Pacific Lutheran University (PLU), will perform on Saturday, March 4, 2023 at 3pm.  Tegel’s program includes works by well-known composers such as J.S. …

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UNRIVALED: THE PIANISTS OF CLIBURN

Emerald City Music presents a night of legendary pianists in our flagship date-night experience of classical music. The evening features recent winners of the Van Cliburn Competition alongside iconic pianist Wu Han, an open bar, and a “wander-around” concert setting with no stage dividing you from our vastly talented musicians.   PYOTR ILYICH TCHAIKOVSKY: Nutcracker …

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Olympia Opera Theatre Premier Concert!

Olympia Opera Theatre Washington’s newest opera company located in the heart of Olympia Washington. It is our mission to bring opera and music theater to nontraditional spaces, allowing the audience to be fully immersed in the story and characters’ experiences. Our premier concert features some of western Washington’s finest singers, as well as exciting guest …

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Student Orchestras of Greater Olympia – SOGO Fall Concert!

Sunday, November 6, at 4 pm, join Student Orchestras of Greater Olympia (SOGO) for our Fall Concert at the Washington Center for the Performing Arts! SOGO is pleased to welcome Andy Classen, Professor of Trumpet and Jazz Studies at Drake University, as the featured guest artist for our season opening concert. Professor Classen will perform …

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Season Finale: Seven

Emerald City Music celebrates our seventh season finale with two impactful works based on the number seven, performed in our beautiful South Sound home venue: The Minnaert Center.  Program: Andrea CASARRUBIOS: SEVEN for solo cello (2020) Ludwig van BEETHOVEN: Septet in E-flat major, Op.20 (1800) The Artists: Kristin Lee, violin  Dana Kelley, viola Thomas Mesa, …

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WindSync feat. world premiere by Nathalie Joachim

Emerald City Music brings WindSync back to our stages to give the world-premiere of a new wind quintet by GRAMMY-nominated flutist and composer Nathalie Joachim.   Program:   Jean-Philippe RAMEAU/arr. Kara LaMoure: Pastoral Suite  (1748-1753) Akshaya Avril TUCKER: Hold Sacred (2020) Marc MELLITS: Apollo (2019) Theia Sea of Tranquility Buzz Luna Nova Debbie Waltzing on …

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The Sitkovetsky Trio

Emerald City Music peeks into the musical friendship of two iconic composers – Robert Schumann and Johannes Brahms – in the intimate setting of Good Shepherd Lutheran Church.   Program: Robert SCHUMANN: Phantasiestüke Op. 88 (1842) Johannes BRAHMS: Piano Trio No. 1 in B Major, Op. 8 (1853, 1899)   The Artists: The Sitkovetsky Trio …

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