April 22, 2016

 Inspired by Nature…


Join us for the second of our FREE public concerts. If you’re stuffiness intolerant, this concert is for you!

As always, our hoity-toity free approach will feature casual presentations from the stage on the history and context of the music with audience question-and-answer.

For this concert, we’ll be playing music inspired by nature, featuring the French Horn, an instrument that started out as a hunting instrument. We’ll be joined by Seattle Symphony’s Principal Horn player, Jeffrey Fair. Hear the hunt-inspired Divertimento by Haydn, Kodaly’s Duo for violin and cello based on tunes culled from folk music of rural Hungary, Liszt’s Vallee D’Obermann based on a novel about nature set in the Swiss countryside, and Gilbert Vitner’s Hunter’s Moon. The final complete work is Brahms delicious trio for Horn, Violin and Piano. Join us for an all natural, GMO-free, shade-grown evening!

Joining Jeffrey are Pacific Northwest Ballet Concertmaster Michael Jinsoo Lim, violin, Rajan Krishnaswami, cello, and Mark Salman, piano. Admission is free, all seats are first come first served.


Thursday, May 19, 2016 at 7:30 p.m.

Phinney Ridge Lutheran Church

7500 Greenwood Avenue North, Seattle 98103

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