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Concert Series

Chapel concert Series 

2019-2020 Season

Six concert Series Subscription:  
$166 adult
$83 Youth (<25)

Individual tickets:

$30 adult
$15 Youth (<25)

PURCHASE CONCERT TICKETS

There are 3 ways to pay for series or individual tickets

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Send a check, made out to:
The Highlands Concert Series
Mail To:
181 NW Highlands Drive
Shoreline, WA 98177

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Purchase tickets at door at
the time of the concert


2019 - 2020 Season

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Violinist Kristin Lee in Recital Opening Night September 15, 2019
Kristin Lee joins us after opening the 2018-19 season of the San Francisco.
Symphony in duoconcerto with the inimitable Itzhak Perlman.

A 2015 Avery Fisher Career Grant awardee and protégé of Mr. Perlman, Lee’s playing has been compared to that of a young Isaac Stern, possessing a full measure of expression, technique, and nuance. We enthusiastically welcome Ms. Lee’s return to the Highlands where her outstanding performance in February, 2018, led to an immediate invitation to open our 2019-20 season.

How have I missed Kristin Lee? ...one of the most satisfying recitals I’ve heard in years.
— The Strad

Join three of the brightest stars of the award winning Seattle Symphony performing works for flute/piano; cello/piano; and piano trio: Assoc. Prin. Flute, Jeffrey Barker, Asst. Prin. Cello Meeka Quan DiLorenzo, and pianist Jessica Choe.

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This November, we welcome one of the world’s most sought-after concert organists.
Boasting a 12 CD discography, Felix Hell has been featured as concerto soloist and recitalist in more than 900 halls throughout North America, Europe, Australia, and Asia.

(Hell) sets standards that older and honored players would struggle to equal.
— The American Organist

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Fry Street Quartet This remarkable quartet is hailed as “a triumph of ensemble playing”
— New York Times

Since securing the Grand Prize at the Fischoff National Chamber Music Competition, the quartet has reached audiences from Carnegie Hall to London, and Sarajevo to Jerusalem, exploring the medium of the string quartet and its life-affirming potential with “profound understanding depth of expression, and stunning technical astuteness”—-Deseret Morning News . We are pleased to welcome the Fry Street Quartet for its Highlands debut.

The Fry Street Quartet has perfected a “blend of technical precision and scorching spontaneity.”
— The Strad

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Pianist Stephen Beus joins us for a much anticipated return to the Highlands stage. A multi-award winning artist who has performed in major halls throughout the United States, Europe, and Asia, he continues to delight audiences with performances of lightning technique and beautiful phrasing.

(Beus) manages even the densest textures with utmost clarity. Above all, his playing is so natural as to seem effortless and the sound he produces has extraordinary richness and depth, not quite like anyone else’s.
— Fanfare Magazine

Three of the orchestral world’s leading instrumentalists join us to cap an extraordinary season. We are proud to present Seattle Symphony Principals Efe Baltacigil, cello; Demarre McGill, flute; and Mary Lynch, oboe; three of today’s most in-demand performers.

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