Nothing super new to post yet but here are some great tracks from my last solo recital- enjoy!
I’m excited to be part of this event (as a Philharmonia Northwest Orchestra member) because amazing singers are so fun to play with! Opera music just makes me want to sing through my flute.
An Evening of Opera
Saturday, January 14, 2017 – 7:30 pm
Bellevue Meydenbauer Center
Admission Price: $25
Chinese Young Artist Performing Tour – Classic Opera and Arts Song The concert is held by Seattle Eastern West Performing Arts and Philharmonia Northwest, and directed by Pamela Casella. We invites four top Chinese opera singers from Chinese National Opera House and National Center for the Performing Arts. They will perform western and Chinese classic opera songs.
Seattle East West Performing Arts Group (SEWPA) is a Washington nonprofit organization with a mission to further and appreciate classic and traditional music of East and West, and to organize musical education and performances.
Philharmonia Northwest was established as Thalia Chamber Symphony by founding music director Frances Walton in 1976. It began as the chamber symphony arm of Thalia Symphony, and as such was administered by Thalia Symphony for its first nine years, becoming an independent unit of Thalia Allied Artists in 1985. The name change to Philharmonia Northwest was effected in 1987. Julia Tai was chosen as music director in 2011 after a year-long search. She continues to bring new energy to their performances and organization. Under her direction, the Outreach Program, partnering with local school music groups and community organizations, has added a new element to our community involvement. Philharmonia Northwest also partners with the Kirkland Choral Society to produce outstanding annual concerts at Benaroya Hall.
Art Director : Pamela Casella
Spinto Soprano Soprano, early in her career, after studies at the Curtis Institute of Music, was the first voice heard in the Seattle Opera’s opening performance of Wagner’s RING OF THE NEIBELUNGEN, singing the role of Woglinde. Ms. Casella was a first place winner in the regional Metropolitian Opera Competition.
For more information, please contact: 206.454.0746 or email@example.com
I was thrilled to be a part of this fun and talented production with the singing scientists of the future! A killer rendition of Manhattan Transfer’s Java Jive by the Samissimo Choir was the highlight for me (and I got to sit back and enjoy from the audience since it is a cappella). These kids love to sing and it shows.
Science and Math Institute Choir Concert
December 13, 2016 – 7:00 pm – Urban Grace Church, Tacoma, WA
Emily Wickman, Director
Erica Coutsouridis, Accompanist
Aidan Glaze, Practicum Student
Chad McCann, Percussion
Saturday March 19, 2016 at 2:00 pm
Frances Walton, Roupen Shakarian & Julia Tai, conductors
with Kirkland Choral Society
Tess Altiveros, soprano
Nerys Jones, alto
Stephen Rumph, tenor
Jose Rubio, bass
Philharmonia Northwest celebrates its 40th Anniversary in this gala concert, joined by the Kirkland Choral Society. Our past conductors Frances Walton and Roupen Shakarian lead the joyous Swedish folk-based Midommarvaka, the uplifting Exsultate Jubilate, and the noble Verleih uns Frieden (Grant us Peace). Julia Tai conducts Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony, ending with the magnificent “Ode to Joy.” capping the festivities in grand style!
MOZART: Exsultate Jubilate
MENDELSSOHN: Verleih uns Frieden
BEETHOVEN: Symphony No. 9 (with the Kirkland Choral Society)
This event is presented by Philharmonia Northwest.
All seating is general admission.
My teaching studio on 6th Avenue is now welcoming new students! I’m the proud new owner of a Yamaha upright grand piano, and ready to teach flute and piano lessons.
Philharmonia Northwest presents CHAMBER MUSICALE
Saturday, 10 January, 2015 – 2:30 p.m.
7904 35th Ave SW, Seattle 98126
We’re thrilled to welcome you to our very first Chamber Musicale, an afternoon of chamber music with tea, coffee and treats! Come and join us as our talented orchestra musicians play delightful chamber music in an informal concert. The repertoire will include Bach’s famous double violin concerto, the soulful Brahms clarinet quintet, and exuberant new pieces for brass quintet and wind ensemble by Clark McAlister and Jean Francaix.
This is a free concert! (Donations welcome.)
I was asked to join my former bandmates in the 133d for a smooth flute solo on this National Guard official holiday wishes video.
Due to the birth of my bouncing baby boy this past January, I am taking a break from teaching for a time.
Sally Ramsden, piano, Chris Chapin, saxophone, and I will play a concert to benefit victims of the recent Typhoon Haiyan that devastated the Philippines.
2:30pm December 29, 2013 at Highline Christian Church, Burien, WA