2021-22 LIVE and VIRTUAL CONCERT SEASON

A Feast of the Senses

A Note from PMW

A FEAST OF THE SENSES offers an inspirational and transformative journey through the great musical traditions of the world, from virtuosi Italian concerti, through colorful Latin and South American holiday treasures, to stormy chamber music from the French Revolution, and culminating in a sensual mélange of music, dance, and drama. 

Led by our visionary artistic team, Stephen Stubbs, Tekla Cunningham, and Henry Lebedinsky, along with favorite PMW guest artists Danielle Reutter-Harrah, Tess Altiveros, William Skeen, Maxine Eilander, and Antonio Gomez, the season promises an odyssey of constant invention, brilliant color, and unprecedented variety.

Our season may be enjoyed in person or virtually (on-demand), though we require the following for in-person events:

  • All attendees must show proof of Covid vaccination
  • All attendees must wear a mask while onsite

Purchase single or on-demand tickets today. 

Better yet, invest in our future by becoming a Sustaining Member. An annual pledge of $120 OR a monthly recurring pledge of $10 is all that’s needed to support and enjoy a continually growing library of virtual content, without expiration, anytime and anywhere.  

We invite you to Experience A FEAST OF THE SENSES!

Ways to Access

Sustaining Membership
All-Access Pass

$120 annually

Claim exclusive members-only perks and access all virtual content continuously. 

Single Tickets
A FESTIVAL OF THE SENSES

$25 - $55

Buy tickets on-demand and enjoy the performance till the end of the season. 

Gala 2021
Virtual Event
Sunday, October 10, 2021 @ 05:00 PM PDT
Join us at our 2021 Virtual Gala for a festive evening celebrating A FEAST OF THE SENSES, our new season of LIVE and virtual content. Be the first to experience video excerpts of our season offerings, engage in our live auction fundraiser, meet the artists, reconnect during the virtual cocktail hour, and ensure that Pacific MusicWorks continues to thrive. Great auction items include a luxurious Whidbey Island get-away, a relaxing escape to Sagecliffe Resort and Spa (formerly Cave B) on the Columbia, a seafood picnic extravaganza, an evening of Szechuan cooking lessons with Stephen Stubbs and Maxine Eilander, and baking...
Sustaining Members gain continual access, beyond expiration, to a growing library of virtual content. Become a member. Single purchases of On-demand content expires October 10, 2021
Featured Artists
Alexandra Opsahl
Cornettist & Recordist
Antonio Gomez
Percussionist
Tess Altiveros
Soprano
Tekla Cunningham
Co-Artistic Director, Baroque Violinist
Maxine Eilander
Harpist
Henry Lebedinsky
Co-Artistic Director, Keyboardist
Danielle Reutter-Harrah
Soprano
Christine Wilkinson Beckman
Baroque Violinist
Stephen Stubbs
Founding Artistic Director, Baroque Guitarist & Lutenist
Festa Italiana
Benaroya Hall
Saturday, October 23, 2021 @ 07:30 PM PDT
Epiphany Episcopal Parish
Sunday, October 24, 2021 @ 02:00 PM PDT
Italy has always been the ‘land of music’, inventing and exporting one novelty after another. In the 18th century, Vivaldi, Scarlatti and Pergolesi were its heroes. Festa Italiana celebrates the explosion of invention these composers gave the world, including the instrumental concerto, the virtuoso aria and the comic intermezzo. Soprano Danielle Reutter-Harrah and Cellist William Skeen star alongside Pacific MusicWorks Artistic Directors Stephen Stubbs, Tekla Cunningham and Henry Lebedinsky for a delightful journey through these fireworks of 18th-century Italian style. All attendees must show proof of Covid vaccination All attendees must wear a mask while onsite Epiphany Parish Church is...
Sustaining Members gain continual access, beyond expiration, to a growing library of virtual content. Become a member. Single purchases of On-demand content expires September 1, 2022
Featured Artists
William Skeen
Baroque Cellist
Tekla Cunningham
Co-Artistic Director, Baroque Violinist
Henry Lebedinsky
Co-Artistic Director, Keyboardist
Danielle Reutter-Harrah
Soprano
Christine Wilkinson Beckman
Baroque Violinist
Stephen Stubbs
Founding Artistic Director, Baroque Guitarist & Lutenist
Fiesta de Navidad
Benaroya Hall
Saturday, December 11, 2021 @ 07:30 PM PST
Epiphany Episcopal Parish
Sunday, December 12, 2021 @ 02:00 PM PST
VIDEO RELEASE IS NOW LIVE. SIMPLY CLICK THE PLAY BUTTON ABOVE (AND DON’T FORGET TO VIEW/DOWNLOAD THE PROGRAM AND PROGRAM NOTES VIA THE PROGRAM BUTTON ABOVE.) For centuries, a treasure trove of thrilling music has slumbered in the Missions and Cathedrals of Latin America. PMW has been exploring this colorful repertoire each December for several years. Our 2021 incarnation features an expanded instrumental ensemble alongside favorite soprano soloists Danielle Reutter-Harrah and Tess Altiveros, mezzo Laura Pudwell, tenor Pablo Bustos, acclaimed cornetto/recorder player Alexandra Opsahl, and percussionist Antonio Gomez. Celebrate the season with Fiesta de Navidad! Mask and proof of vaccination...
Sustaining Members gain continual access, beyond expiration, to a growing library of virtual content. Become a member. Single purchases of On-demand content expires September 1, 2022
Featured Artists
Alexandra Opsahl
Cornettist & Recordist
Antonio Gomez
Percussionist
Tess Altiveros
Soprano
Tekla Cunningham
Co-Artistic Director, Baroque Violinist
Maxine Eilander
Harpist
Henry Lebedinsky
Co-Artistic Director, Keyboardist
Danielle Reutter-Harrah
Soprano
Stephen Stubbs
Founding Artistic Director, Baroque Guitarist & Lutenist
Concert for Honored Patrons - SOLD OUT
Trinity Episcopal Church
Saturday, March 5, 2022 @ 02:00 PM PST
2 PM, Saturday, March 5, 2022, at Trinity Episcopal Church LIVE CONCERT – NO ON DEMAND RELEASE FOR THIS EVENT BUT LIVESTREAM AVAILABLE Anyone can view the Livestream here – https://youtu.be/qeV1cQlJpv0 Join us as we honor patrons Joan and Frank Conlon for their enduring support and long-standing service to Pacific MusicWorks. Program highlights include diverse selections by Monteverdi as well as vocal and choral selections from Carissimi’s Jephte performed alongside special guests Maxine Eilander, Danielle Reutter-Harrah, and the University of Washington Chamber Singers, Dr. Geoffrey Boers, conductor. Enjoy a delightful afternoon of music and consider helping PMW honor Joan and Frank’s legacy...
Sustaining Members gain continual access, beyond expiration, to a growing library of virtual content. Become a member. Single purchases of On-demand content expires
Featured Artists
Tekla Cunningham
Co-Artistic Director, Baroque Violinist
Maxine Eilander
Harpist
Henry Lebedinsky
Co-Artistic Director, Keyboardist
Danielle Reutter-Harrah
Soprano
Stephen Stubbs
Founding Artistic Director, Baroque Guitarist & Lutenist
Les Fêtes Parisiennes
Benaroya Hall
Saturday, April 2, 2022 @ 07:30 PM PDT
Epiphany Episcopal Parish
Sunday, April 3, 2022 @ 02:00 PM PDT
At the cusp of the 19th century, France experienced vast social upheaval: the reign of Marie Antoinette, the Revolution and Napoleon’s Empire. It was also a time when Paris experienced a unique cultural flowering. A hitherto unknown harpist/composer, Zoe de la Rüe, was at the musical center of these turbulent years. Explore this amazing and sensual repertoire with special guests Maxine Eilander, harp, Danielle Reutter-Harrah, soprano, and our PMW artistic directors, Stephen Stubbs, Tekla Cunningham, and Henry Lebedinsky. Mask and proof of vaccination required. Nordstrom Recital Hall at Benaroya is located at 200 University St, Seattle, WA 98101 Epiphany Parish...
Sustaining Members gain continual access, beyond expiration, to a growing library of virtual content. Become a member. Single purchases of On-demand content expires September 1, 2022
Featured Artists
Tekla Cunningham
Co-Artistic Director, Baroque Violinist
Maxine Eilander
Harpist
Henry Lebedinsky
Co-Artistic Director, Keyboardist
Danielle Reutter-Harrah
Soprano
Stephen Stubbs
Founding Artistic Director, Baroque Guitarist & Lutenist
Wayward Sisters
Benaroya Hall
Friday, May 20, 2022 @ 07:30 PM PDT
Benaroya Hall
Saturday, May 21, 2022 @ 02:00 PM PDT
Please note that the May 21 performance time has been changed to 2 PM from 7:30 PM The tradition of three women’s voices intertwined in vibrant and sensuous music making stretches from the flowering of the Italian Renaissance to the Wailin’ Jennys, the Supremes, and the Andrews Sisters. The 17th century gave birth to many groups of highly skilled sopranos, and the finest composers of the age competed to write for them. Choreographer Anna Mansbridge has reimagined these creations as fully theatrical events, pairing four sopranos (Danielle Reutter-Harrah, Tess Altiveros, Arwen Myers, and Teresa Wakim) with three female dancers and the PMW chamber ensemble....
Sustaining Members gain continual access, beyond expiration, to a growing library of virtual content. Become a member. Single purchases of On-demand content expires June 30, 2023
Featured Artists
David Morris
Lirone/Viola da Gamba
Teresa Wakim
Soprano
Erin Crall
Dancer
Tshedzom Tingkhye
Dancer
Anna Mansbridge
Choreographer
Alice Cao
Dancer
Arwen Myers
Soprano
Tess Altiveros
Soprano
Tekla Cunningham
Co-Artistic Director, Baroque Violinist
Maxine Eilander
Harpist
Henry Lebedinsky
Co-Artistic Director, Keyboardist
Danielle Reutter-Harrah
Soprano

Ways to Access

Sustaining Membership
All-Access Pass

$120 annually

Claim exclusive members-only perks and access all virtual content continuously. 

Single Tickets
A FESTIVAL OF THE SENSES

$25 - $55

Buy tickets on-demand and enjoy the performance till the end of the season. 

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