Clan Gordon Pipers in Old Town Park September 8, 4pm

Clan Gordon Pipe Band will regale us with drums and Scottish pipes on Saturday September 8. We'll gather in Old Town Park at the end of Pioneer Day at Job Carr Cabin Museum. The pipers start up at 4pm.

The Clan Gordon Pipe Band was formed In 1955 when a group of Scottish immigrants and Americans pooled their experience, and, with the sponsorship of Clan Gordon, formed the Clan Gordon Pipe Band in Tacoma, Washington. The first Pipe Major was Johnnie Montgomery, father of longtime member, Jack Montgomery. Even though Clan Gordon is no longer their sponsor, they retain the original name. 
The Clan Gordon Pipers play the music of the highland bagpipe throughout the Pacific Northwest.

Bring a blanket or beach chair and picnic makings, or purchase food and beverage from local eateries.

When & where:
Saturday, September 8, 2018 4:00pm

Old Town Park
2350 N. 30th St., Old Town Tacoma

Free/donations appreciated
All ages welcome

More information:
(253) 752-2135


Camas Wind Quintet & Erik Steighner on Sax on February 13

Camas Woodwind Quintet


 Classical Tuesdays in Old Town looks forward to featuring the Camas Woodwind Quintet and saxophonist Erik Steighner on the closing concert of this, our 13th season, Tuesday February 13 in Slavonian Hall in Old Town Tacoma. All the performers teach on the music faculty at Pacific Lutheran University; clarinetist Craig Rine and saxophonist Erik Steighner have performed for Classical Tuesdays on previous concerts.

The program includes Barber's Summer Music, Milhaud's Chimney of King Rene (charming, Renaissance-inspired work), an arrangement of the Bartok's Roumanian Dances, the Sextet by Dubois (with Erik Steighner on sax), and a reed trio by Auric.
Erik Steighner
Where & When:
Slavonian Hall, 2306 N 30th St., Old Town Tacoma
Tuesday February 13, 7:00pm
Free/donations appreciated
All ages welcome  
Ramp access from the alley