Get ready for St. Patrick’s Day as we dance at the crossroads of folk and Baroque music. Enjoy Corelli-inspired sonatas by William McGibbon and ‘Red Rob’ Mackintosh as well as minuets, airs, and dances by 18th century Scottish fiddler Magdalena Stirling – the first woman to publish music in Scotland – as well as Black composers from England and the United States.
Featuring: Brandon Vance, baroque fiddle and Henry Lebedinsky, guitar and harpsichord
Enjoy this FREE lunchtime concert in the gorgeous acoustic of Christ Our Hope at the Josephinum,
where Downtown meets Belltown.
Founded in 2009 by GRAMMY award winning lutenist and conductor Stephen Stubbs, Pacific
MusicWorks inspires audiences with music and music theater worthy of the world stage, presenting
fresh takes on beloved baroque masterpieces and joyfully exploring new and unknown works, with
a growing emphasis on outreach to underserved and diverse communities throughout King County.
PMW amplifies the voices of historically excluded populations through a commitment to employing
artists of color and through ongoing research and presentation of works by women, composers of
color, and members of the LGBTQ+ community from the 17th century to the present.
Christ Our Hope is located at 1902 2nd Ave, Seattle, WA 98101.
Complimentary admission – simply show up at the door (free-will offering encouraged). There is no video or LIVESTREAM for this event.
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