Click on any of the months below to access the full newsletter in PDF format. Concert programs are included (unless program was announced from the stage).
April 2019 – The best of the best from WWU Competition perform for BMC!
March 2019 – BMC showcases winners of H. S. Piano and String Competitions!
February 2019 – BMC presents winners from H. S. Voice and Instrumental Competitions!
January 2019 – Not a newsletter, but the program for Night Beat with Fire and Grace. An evening of exhilarating music!
December 2018 – BMC is proud to join the celebration of cultural giant, Leonard Bernstein, with the Bergmann Piano Duo.
November 2018 – BMC goes Hollywood with flute legend Sheridon Stokes and pianist Wade Dingman!
October 2018 – BMC’s Broadway cabal is back for a fifth production directed by Scott Henderson, Hark! The Herald Headlines SING!
September 2018 – Soprano Sherrie Kahn and Women of the Whatcom Chorale present a “Musical Grand Tour of Europe” travelogue in songs and vignettes.
June 2018 – Soprano Theresa Bickham and pianist Rachel Roulet perform “Keep Calm and Carry On; Try Me, Good King!” Read BMC’s annual nonprofit report included in FanFare.
May 2018 – Virtuoso pianist Michael Refvem plays Bach, Mozart, Beethoven and Debussy on BMC Night Beat on Thursday May 3. Click here to see program. Wednesday May 2 morning preview is free and open to the public.
April 2018 – Winners of the WWU Competition in honor of Virginia Glover
March 2018 – Winners of High School Competitions present a program for strings and winds. Slate of candidates for 2018-2020 term announced.
February 2018 – Winners of High School Piano and Voice Competitions.
December 2017 – “Sweet and Low” Tuba Christmas.
November 2017 – Recital by Edwin Huizinga on Baroque violin.
September 2017 – Henry From becomes the youngest artist ever presented by BMC!
September 2016 101st Season is launched!
June 2016 – Centennial Season review and message from BMC president Kay Carr.
December 2015 Special features: Click NW Focus Live with Sean MacLean to listen to Nov. 27 broadcast on Classical King-FM 98.1 . Hear and see Jeremy Berry, viola, and Michael Refvem, piano, play Rebecca Clarke’s Morpheus on YouTube.