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
Seattle Historical Arts for Kids perform for BMC members and friends Wednesday morning, October 4 at 10:30am at Trinity Lutheran Church. Free and open to the public. These skilled students present the pleasing melodies and beautifully lilting harmonies of French Renaissance dance music and polyphony on lute, harp, violins, and bass and tenor viola da… Continue reading Two contrasting programs in October!
We look forward to welcoming you for a new and exciting season when 13-years old prodigy, pianist Henry From (pictured with his pet hen “Stripey”), becomes the youngest artist ever presented by the Bellingham Music Club. Henry plays a one-hour program on Wednesday, Sept. 6, 10:30am at Trinity Lutheran Church, 119 Texas St., Bellingham. Works… Continue reading Pianist Henry From opens BMC season – Take a teen for free to Night Beat!
BMC’s 102nd season will be eclectic, and will present programs in a wide range of styles and genres. There will something for every taste, from Baroque to Burlesque! Join us when young pianist and composer, local prodigy Henry From opens the season with two recitals right after Labor Day. Henry spends much of the summer… Continue reading BMC Announces 2017-2018 Season!
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
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