2013-2014 Season


The Bellingham Music Club features morning as well as evening concerts throughout the year.

First Wednesday Morning Concerts
10:30 a.m. at Trinity Lutheran Church.
Guests welcome – All concerts are free and open to the public
Donations accepted to help fund our student awards.

4 Sept Pianist Cole Anderson
2 Oct Soprano Amber Sudduth Bone with Pianist Jay Rozendaal
6 Nov Cellist Nick Strobel
4 Dec Bellingham H. S. Showstoppers
5 Feb Winners of the H. S. Enid Carrick Piano Awards and the H. S. Jack & Ginny Frymire Vocal Awards
5 March Winners of the H. S. Ethel Crook String Awards and the H. S. Nicholas Bussard Instrumental Awards
2 April Winners of the WWU Virginia Glover Awards
7 May Loud Red Bees – Double Reed Ensembles led by Pat Nelson, bassoon, and Jennifer Weeks, oboe.
4 June Millie and the Mentshn

BMC presents Night Beat

Select Thursdays, 7:30 pm – Firehouse PAC
Tickets $10 available two weeks before the concert at Village Books and Piper Music

5 Sept Inaugural Recital – Pianist Cole Anderson
3 Oct WWU Award Winners – Matt Birmingham and Friends
14 Nov Nick Strobel and WSO Friends – Concert to benefit the WSO Outreach Program
6 March A Coincidence of Desires – Cabared-inspired songs with Julia Bonnett & Tracy Satterfield, sopranos, Wade Dingman, piano, and Terhi Miikki-Broersma, accordion
17 April Chief of Staff – a cappella men group sings pop to barbershop
15 May Chamber Music Program with violinist Grant Donnellan, pianist Judy Widrig, and special guest from Finland, pianist Ruusamari Teppo (great-granddaughter of composer Jean Sibelius).

Young Musicians of Whatcom County – March 23, 3 pm at Trinity Lutheran Church

A benefit concert that showcases a wide range of emerging artists including Emily Allaway (piano), Christopher Nakatani (tenor), Eleanor Kahn (soprano), Ian Aegerter (violin), Hanna Schoepe (violin), Alex Harris (bassoon), Hannie and Glenna McGarity (violin and flute duet) and Grace Doud (viola).
Admission by donation; proceeds goes to provide funding for our fine local musicians as they continue to develop their talents and delight local audiences.