Dynamic Duos, power couples from WWU music faculty, highlight Bellingham Music Club’s season. May programs feature Gustavo and Laura Camacho (horn and violin) with Victor Cayres, who serves on the piano faculty at Boston University School of Music. The main piece on the program is Brahms Horn Trio, Op. 40 – thirty minutes of perfect,… Continue reading Gustavo and Laura Camacho, horn/violin, with Victor Cayres, piano
Night Beat series returns to the Firehouse PAC in Fairhaven and offers an extraordinary lineup for BMC’s 101st season. 6 for $60 subscription includes: September 8, 7:30 – Rachel and Patrick ROULET piano/percussion. “Rags to Riches: the Golden Age of the Xylophone” presents works from Joplin and Gershwin to Confrey and Green. October 6, 7,… Continue reading Night Beat returns to Firehouse PAC!
What comes after your hundredth birthday? One to grow on! The Bellingham Music Club begins its 101st season this September. The season’s theme, Dynamic Duos, showcases power couples from WWU music faculty and a pair of superb Serbs : Patrick and Rachel Roulet percussion/piano, Milica Jelača Jovanović and Marija Ilić piano four-hands, Gustavo and Laura… Continue reading “Dynamic Duo” opens 101st season
Soprano Kathryn Copland, her father, cellist Mike Copland, and pianist Abdiel Vázquez, delivered two outstanding concerts to large, appreciative audiences: 150 people attended June 1 Free Wednesday Concert, and 130 came to Night Beat on June 2. What a glorious way to end the BMC Centennial Season! Starting with a class reunion at the Gala… Continue reading BMC Centennial Season ends on high note
Be sure to save Wednesday morning June 1 and Thursday evening June 2, when New York-based soprano Katherine Copland brings BMC’s Centennial Season to a close with a pair of springtime recitals presented by Schlichting Wixson CPAs. Recital details: Free Wednesday Morning Concert, June 1, 10:30 am, Trinity Lutheran Church, 119 Texas St., Bellingham. Free… Continue reading Opera Arias and Songs with Soprano Katherine Copland
Our May 4th Wednesday morning program threatened to become a Centennial Waterloo when the scheduled soloist was taken ill at the last minute. An SOS went out to WWU Professor Jeffrey Gilliam. Ninety minutes later, a replacement – WWU Senior Daniel Chong – sat down before 160 listeners to deliver one of the most brilliant piano recitals… Continue reading A May Day Celebration
The Bellingham Music Club‘s role in supporting music in the community and enhancing cultural life in the Northwest will be recognized at the annual Mayor’s Arts Awards ceremony this month. Founded 100 years ago, the BMC presents local favorites and accomplished musicians in two concert series. Additionally, the BMC values high school and university-level students… Continue reading BMC receives Mayor’s Arts Award