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Tag: Classical Tuesdays

Feb.
4th

Critic’s Picks: William Wolfram piano at UPS, African American history portraits, Classical Tuesdays in Old Town and Garrison Keilor at the Pantages

Pianist William Wolfram opens 21st Annual Piano Festival at UPS

New York concert pianist and competition medalist William Wolfram will open the 21st Annual Piano Festival at the University of Puget Sound tonight. The festival continues with a student concerto competition, workshops and a UPS faculty recital by Duane Hulbert, Tanya Stambuk and Keith Ward. 7:30 p.m. tonight. $12.30 general/$8.50 seniors, students, UPS faculty/free for UPS students. Schneebeck Hall, 1500 N. Warner St., Tacoma. 253-879-3419, www.pugetsound.edu

Portraits in Auburn City Hall for Black History Month

A series of 13 portraits by Tacoma artist Dionne Bonner of African

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Jan.
11th

Free Arts Month: youthful chamber music in a snowy Old Town

You could almost believe you were in Europe – listening to Haydn and Handel before walking outside into a snowy street. Tonight was a concert in the Classical Tuesdays in Old Town series, free shows in Slavonian Hall on North 30th Street that range from really new percussion compositions to saxophone quartets and baroque lute songs. Tonight’s concert showcased the young musicians in the Tacoma Youth Symphony Association, in particular their wind and string principals as they combined in various permutations to make chamber music.

It wasn’t a professional concert, unlike some fantastic ones the Classical Tuesdays folk

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Jan.
6th

Tacoma composers on the program for Classical Tuesdays in Old Town

 

Tacoma rocks, right? You buy local, eat local, support local businesses to make our town even better. So this Tuesday, you can hear local composers played by local musicians in a classical music series that’s one of Tacoma’s hidden gems: Classical Tuesdays in Old Town.

 

Completely free, this monthly series often features unusual instruments or music, and this coming Tuesday is no exception. Music from five Tacoma composers will be on the program, played by a clarinet-heavy selection of instruments. Solo clarinettist Cindy Renander plays Greg Youtz‘s “Lone Wolf,” while Lawrence Bradley plays a clarinet solo

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