Concert in Snoqualmie by Early Music local Pacific Musicworks

August 21, 2012 in Quick Trips from Seattle

Got this great news from a friend, wanted to share…

Snoqualmie Point Park is the setting for a concert made up of haunting and lovely 17th Century music with a 21st Century impact.  Pacific Musicworks brings us concert after concert with a delightful blend of history and timelessness!  The park is well known for one of the area’s greatest views of the Snoqualmie Valley as well as Mount Si…and the Cascade Range, and Mount Baker!  A very special open air concert bringing you a chance to enjoy the heart of a summer afternoon with friends and family.  What a place to meet, catch up, picnic, and dream a little dream…a bit unbelievably, this event is FREE!  Read on for details…

Pacific MusicWorks

Presents 

“A MUSICAL BANQUET” 

A FREE OPEN AIR CONCERT IN SNOQUALMIE POINT PARK

SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 8, 2012, 2:00pm 

Based on a 1610 collection by Robert Dowland, this concert features some of the greatest hits of the 17th century performed in a magnificent setting. Artists include: lutenist Stephen Stubbs, baroque harpist Maxine Eilander, violinist Tekla Cunningham, and sopranos Catherine Webster and Erin Calata. Attendees are encouraged to bring their own lawn chairs or blankets as well as a picnic.

 

Snoqualmie Point Park provides stunning views of Mt. Si and the Cascade Mountain Range, at 37580 SE Winery Road, located up the hill from I-90 Exit 27. The event is sponsored by the Snoqualmie Arts Commission and 4Culture.

 

CLICK HERE FOR DIRECTIONS!

 

The concert will begin with an all-women, auditioned a capella ensemble from the Mt Si. Chamber Choir performing contemporary American and French Canadian pieces.

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  FOR MORE INFORMATION CALL MATTHEW WHITE AT

206.465.8316