Concerts · Night Beat

The Bellingham Music Club concludes its 101st season with a Dynamic Duo and an exceptional pianist, all on the WWU Music Department faculty. Ryan & Heather Dudenbostel (clarinet, voice) and Jay Rozendaal present a one-hour long concert Wednesday, June 7, 10:30 am at Trinity Lutheran Church, 119 Texas St. Plan on attending the reception following… Continue reading

BMC · Concerts · Night Beat

Gustavo and Laura Camacho, horn/violin, with Victor Cayres, piano

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

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BMC Night Beat returns on April 13 with “Western Treasures”

Winners of the WWU Music Competition in honor of Virginia Glover headline April programs.  Pictured from left to right are: violist Annti Niemistö (first place winner), clarinetist Fabian Nieto (second place winner), percussionist Alan Schellenberger (third place winner), and horn player Daniel Kavanagh (winner of the Randy Sasnett Prize). Hear them in a short program… Continue reading BMC Night Beat returns on April 13 with “Western Treasures”

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“Fantasies and Dances” for Piano Four Hands

The Bellingham Music Club’s Dynamic Duos series continues with Drs. Milica Jelaca Jovanovic and Marija Ilic playing Dvorak, Brahms, Schubert, Schumann, Ligeti, Bolcom, and Fauré. Thursday, Nov. 3, at 7:30 pm at First Congregational Church.  Piano Four Hands: The words carry us back to a more gracious time, when all food was organic and all… Continue reading “Fantasies and Dances” for Piano Four Hands

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Enjoy “Broadway Takes on Politics”, a new musical satire for the election-weary!

Christopher Key’s review is in! Read it here! “Broadway Takes on Politics” is a new cabaret-style musical playing at the Firehouse Performing Arts Center, October 6 through 8. “This is election humor, just when we’ll need it most,” said Scott Henderson, the music director for the show,“ and nothing is funnier than singing and dancing… Continue reading Enjoy “Broadway Takes on Politics”, a new musical satire for the election-weary!

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Celebrate the Whatcom Museum’s 75th anniversary year with a special cello concert performance by internationally-renowned English cellist Colin Carr, Monday, September 19, 7-9 p.m. (doors open at 6 p.m.) in the Rotunda Room of Old City Hall,121 Prospect Street. The museum partners with the Bellingham Music Club and the Bellingham Festival of Music and as well as generous members of the community,… Continue reading