A final photo

Brass Unlimited gave us the perfect season finale last Tuesday. We also had another excellent student ensemble from the Tacoma Youth Symphony at C.I. Shenanigans:

Happy holidays!

December concert

Brass for the Holidays
Tuesday, December 13, 7 pm
Slavonian Hall, Old Town

The Brass Unlimited quartet will perform music from the Medieval, Renaissance, and Baroque eras.

Photo from the Sunset Strings concert

Tuesday's concert was our biggest crowd yet! You'll notice that we couldn't find a photo showing all 3 of us performing.... There's a simple explanation! This month's performers were Maria Sampen on violin, Timothy Christie on viola, and Pamela Butler Ryker on flute and camera.

November concert

Sunset Strings
Tuesday, November 8, 7 pm
Slavonian Hall, Old Town

Tacoma's Maria Sampen on violin, Timothy Christie on viola, and flutist Pamela Ryker perform music of Beethoven, Ysaye, Forrest Pierce, Handel-Halvorsen, David Schiff and Grazyna Bacewicz.

Photos of last Tuesday's concert

Thanks everyone, for another great concert! Last week we heard from Craig Alden Dell on guitar:

And C.I. Shenanigans showcased an excellent University of Puget Sound string quartet during Sunday brunch:

October concert

From Seville to Slavonian Hall
Tuesday, October 11, 7 pm
2nd floor, Slavonian Hall, Old Town

Acoustic flamenco and classical guitar, performed by the Pacific Northwest’s renowned Craig Alden Dell.

Photos of "Percussion in the Park"

Thanks to everyone for making Tuesday's concert a great kickoff to our season! A couple photos of Loop 2.4.3 in Old Town Park on a gorgeous day:

September concert

Percussion in the Park
Tuesday, September 13, 7 pm
Old Town Park, N. 30th St

We kick off our fall music series with an outdoor concert. Families and picnics are welcome!

Percussion ensemble Loop 2.4.3 crosses the traditional boundaries between genres of music, combining percussion instruments with other acoustic and electronic sounds.

Sponsored by the Old Town Business Association and the City of Tacoma Arts Commission, with in-kind support from Slavonian Hall and MetroParks.