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David Tan, cello, and Helen Lee, flute, performed at the Edmonds Chamber of Commerce on September 12th as part of the Cascade Symphony Orchestra presentation at the weekly Chamber breakfast.
George Steward, in his 12th year as Principal Trumpet of the Cascade Symphony Orchestra, will perform Rafael Mendez’s La Virgen de la Macarena at this year’s Holiday Pops! concert. George Steward is a trumpet performer and private instructor. He earned a … Continue reading
Cellist Nathan Chan discovered his talent for music at an early age through conducting. Before he was two, he could emulate the styles of conductors he saw on music videos such as Seiji Ozawa, Herbert von Karajan and Leonard Bernstein, … Continue reading
We received the following comments after our Scheherazade concert! Bravo for a fantastic concert on January 15th! The Egmont is a transparent piece and was beautifully played. The SSO Principal clarinetist was amazing. The slow movement was exquisite. The Moncayo … Continue reading
Michael Miropolsky spoke at the Edmonds Chamber of Commerce Breakfast meeting on Wednesday, September 13th where he talked about his life in Russia and his immigration to the United States in 1990. Norma Dermond. principal cellist and one of three … Continue reading
Since making her solo orchestral debut at age 11, Marley Erickson has appeared as soloist with the Seattle Symphony Orchestra, L’Accademia d’Archi Arrigoni, Mitteleuropa Orchestra, Ottawa Chamber Orchestra, Orchestra of the University of Music FRANZ LISZT Weimar, and the Port Angeles Symphony … Continue reading
Acclaimed for her powerful lyric voice, her intensity onstage, and her well-honed vocal technique, Soprano, Kristin Vogel has been honored in multiple international competitions, and is sought for roles that require dramatic passion and sensitive musicality. This season Ms. Vogel … Continue reading
Benjamin Lulich is Principal Clarinet of the Seattle Symphony and Seattle Opera. Recognized as an exceptionally gifted artist, he has held positions in Orange County’s Pacific Symphony, Kansas City Symphony, Colorado Music Festival and Festival Mozaic, and has performed frequently … Continue reading