Bellingham Music Club’s 103rd year will bring high caliber musicians in an exciting and diverse season! We visit Europe, Hollywood, New York City and the Salish Sea – and Scott Henderson’s annual musical revue takes you on a voyage in time! Come back soon for all the details! Advertisements
Soprano Theresa Bickham and pianist Rachel Roulet bring Marie Stuart and Guinevere to life! Queens and princesses sing arias by Handel, Purcell, Schumann, Gounod, Richard Rogers and more! Two programs: morning concert followed by Spring Tea on Wednesday, June 6, 10:30am at Trinity Lutheran Church, 119 Texas St. – free and open to all –… Continue reading BMC celebrates all things regal!
Northwest favorite, pianist Michael Refvem performs a program of ambitious works on BMC Night Beat, Thursday, May 3, 7:30pm at First Congregational Church, 2401 Cornwall, Bellingham. Two Beethoven sonatas – no. 24 in F-sharp major and no. 27 in F minor – bookend Mr. Refvem’s recital. He will also perform Debussy Études Book 1 (all… Continue reading
WWU Awards Winners and Friends perform in Western Treasures Showcase. FREE admission and FREE parking in lot 11G. Hear: Eric Anderson piano, Emma Simmons violin, Monica Weber alto sax, Elizabeth Feeny mezzo-soprano, Jerry Lemon guitar, PLUS Western Winds: Fabian Nieto clarinet, Emily Tripp flute, Derek Stephenson oboe, and Jackson Stewart-DeBelly bassoon. This will be an… Continue reading Annual WWU Showcase, April 19, 7:30
Winners from WWU Competition in honor of Virginia Glover will star in two concerts in April: Eric Anderson, piano, Emma Simmons, violin, Monica Weber, alto sax, and Elizabeth Feeney, mezzo-soprano, will perform on Wednesday, April 4, at 10:30am, at Trinity Lutheran Church, 119 Texas St. in Bellingham. Free and open to the public: this is… Continue reading April brings two outstanding programs!
Every instrument has a right to shine, and tubas and euphoniums have staked out Christmas as their glory-moment. Polished instruments gleam as their owners proudly perform music originally designed for angels and harps. The mass effect of multiple tubas and their cousins must bring unexpected joy at the surprising combination. …a bit like dancing hippos… Continue reading
BMC welcomes Edwin Huizinga, one of North America’s most versatile violinists. From the Chapelle Royale in Versailles to the Carmel Bach Festival, Huizinga captivates audiences with his solo performances as well as his collaborations with classical and contemporary ensembles. In November, Huizinga offers works by Bach, Biber, Telemann and Vilsmayr on a gut-strung instrument. One-hour… Continue reading