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After a long day, there’s nothing like having a quiet evening in The Highlands ahead of you.

2013-2014 Chapel Concert Series


Subscribe to Series Please make your check payable to:  Florence Henry Memorial Chapel
$150/adult Mail to:  The Highlands Chapel Concert Series
$75/youth The Highlands
 
Seattle WA 98177
 
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Sunday, September 29, 2013 - 5 PM

Ian McArdle & Ryan Schaeffer

Ian McArdle (piano) and Ryan Schaeffer (guitar), a jazz duo, perform fresh interpretations of traditional arrangements and original compositions. lan, a graduate of the Oberlin Conservatory, has performed at international jazz festivals and venues. Ryan, a graduate of the University of Oregon, is influenced by rock, blues, jazz and funk and has performed at many Bay Area venues. Join us for an evening of innovative, improvisational music.

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Sunday, October 27, 2013 - 5 PM

An Evening of Timeless Songs from Ireland

Hailed by the Seattle Times as "almost super-human in musical effect", Tenor Ross Hauck has made concert appearances with many Symphonies throughout the United States. His career spans early music, new compositions, oratorio, opera and folk. Don't miss the opportunity to hear this "irish" tenor present popular ballads, folk favorites, and legendary celtic melodies, with a few stories and limericks thrown in!
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Sunday, January 12, 2014 - 5 PM

Stephen Beus

“Mesmerizing… explosive… intelligent…

he belongs on the world stage.”

Returning as a favorite for the 6th year, Mr. Beus will share his incredible talents. He is a graduate of Whitman College, The Juilliard School, and Stony Brook University. Mr. Beus has performed in Carnegie Hall and extensively throughout Europe, the Middle East and the US and is a Steinway artist. Mr. Beus currently teaches at the University of Oklahoma.

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Tuesday, March 25, 2014 - 7 PM

Curtis on Tour

The seventh season of Curtis On Tour will feature brilliant pianist Di Wu (’05) performing side-by-side with a student wind quintet in a program to include Samuel Barber’s (’34) iconic Summer Music. Ms. Wu will join the students in Mozart’s gorgeous quintet for piano and winds and Poulenc’s spirited sextet. Curtis On Tour continues to usher new works into the repertoire with the commission of a wind quintet by Curtis alumna Katerina Kramarchuck.
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Sunday, April 6, 2014 - 5 PM

Barston Quartet

As members of the Seattle Symphony this string quartet brings together amazing musical abilities to perform works by Mozart and Beethoven. Each have performed extensively in both small and large groups, in addition to International debuts, education, and performances.

Mikhail Schmidt, violin ~ Mara Gearman, viola

Elisa Barston, violin ~ Walter Gray, cello

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Sunday, May 4, 2014 - 5 PM

Greek Guitarist
Dimitris Kotronakis

Mr. Kotronakis is a PhD student of the Musicology branch of the University of Athens, along with having recorded six albums, for one, two and five guitars. He has appeared as a soloist throughout Greece, Europe and the US, and has been awarded many prizes in international competitions, including the 12th Web Concert Hall competition for all classical instruments here in the US.
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