Cascadia Music Season Continues!

Winter 2017/2018

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After three exciting, unique and exceptional concerts to start the season, Cascadia continues bringing quality music to the Methow Valley with the ANNUAL HOLIDAY CONCERT. The Cascadia Chorale under the direction of Dana Stromberger and the Pipestone Orchestra conducted by Matt Armbrust join forces to celebrate the season through music. Selections from Handel’s Messiah will be featured alongside modern swing and jazz, and old familiar carols. The concerts are December 12 and 13 at the Methow Valley Community Center beginning at 7pm. Admission is by donation. Please join us for a joyous evening of community spirit.

 


Jazz in the Methow

NANCY ZAHN AND LAURA LOVE are back by popular demand January 27, 2018 at the Methow Valley Community Center. Their performance at the Merc last year was a treat to remember as the two extraordinary vocalists connected on a level that is rare to see. They will be joined by the band Family Dog in a rousing evening of music to get your circulation flowing. Band members include Todd Eberline-drums, Phil Woras -bass, Terry Hunt -guitar, Wayne Mendro-sax, flute and clarinet, Bob Hougham-trumpet and Tom McNair-trombone. Come and dance away those winter blues listening to the sounds of jazz, soul, motown, funk and even some rock ‘n roll.

 


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AWARD WINNING PIANIST STEPHEN BEUS returns to the Merc Playhouse March 10, 2018, performing a solo concert. After his remarkable performance in November with the Kairos ensemble the audience was astonished at his technical and musical virtuosity. In the space of four months, American pianist Stephen Beus won first prize in the Gina Bachauer International Piano Competition, first place in the Vendome Prize International Competition (Lisbon) and was awarded the Max I. Allen Fellowship of the American Pianists Association (Indianapolis). As a result of winning the Juilliard School Concerto Competition Mr. Beus made his Carnegie Hall debut with the Juilliard Orchestra and James DePreist, playing Prokofiev’s Concerto No. 3. He has also performed as guest soloist with the Gulbenkian Symphony (Lisbon), Oxford Philomusica, the Tivoli Symphony (Copenhagen), the Tbilisi National Opera Orchestra, the Northwest Sinfonietta (Seattle), the Royal Philharmonic of Morocco (Casablanca), the Vaasa Symphony Orchestra (Finland). He teaches at BYU and is a Steinway Artist. Cascadia is very pleased to bring Mr. Beus to the Methow Valley for this special performance!

 


 

CONTACT AND INFO: www.cascadiamusic.org or call 509-997-0222. Tickets for all of our concerts are available at brownpapertickets.com.