2022-23Concert Season

The Resounding Lyre

A celebration in honor of Bill McJohn

FREE ADMISSION Pacific MusicWorks presents The Resounding Lyre, the second installment of our Founder’s Series. This year we are honoring patron, Bill McJohn by celebrating all things harp and lyre.

The chosen instrument of Greek gods and heroes Apollo, Hermes, Eros, and Orpheus, the lyre’s significance in Greek culture and its impact on music cannot be overstated. The Resounding Lyre explores works written for the harp, the baroque emanation of the lyre, spanning Italian, German, and Celtic traditions.

Featuring artists Stephen Stubbs, Maxine Eilander, Tekla Cunningham, Henry Lebedinsky, David Morris, and Danielle Reutter-Harrah. With music by Isabella Leonarda, Alessandro Stradella, Johann Heinrich Schmelzer, Georg Frideric Händel and a sneak peak of our spring concert of Orfeo by Claudio Monteverdi.

Saturday, FEBRUARY 11 3pm

Trinity Parish Church, 609 8th Ave Seattle, WA 98104

Seating – General Admission

Admission is FREE. Donations are greatly appreciated.

Featured Artists

Tekla Cunningham
Co-Artistic Director, Baroque Violinist
Danielle Reutter-Harrah
David Morris
Lirone/Viola da Gamba
Henry Lebedinsky
Co-Artistic Director, Keyboardist
Maxine Eilander
Stephen Stubbs
Founding Artistic Director, Baroque Guitarist & Lutenist
Monteverdi: Love and Revolution
Murder and Mayhem
In Mary’s Arms: Christmas in story and song
Of Gods and Mortals
2021 Virtual Gala 1
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Pacific MusicWorks
4805 NE 45th St    Seattle, WA 98105