Pan Harmonia transcends the boundaries of traditional chamber music through eclectic, unpretentious and genre-smashing performances. We love sharing great music with audiences of all ages. Now in its 14th season, Pan Harmonia, directed by flutist Kate Steinbeck, has been nationally recognized for its unique work and superb artistry. Pan Harmonia is an independent artist collective based in Asheville, NC.

News on April 15

We are so grateful for the response to our NC Arts Council matching grant opportunity!

We are 89% of the way to the $3000 goal. That means only $215 left to go! YAHOO!

A $20 donation, generates $30. $50 —> $75 and $100—> $150. No amount is to small to make a difference. Thank you!

DONATE HERE

Tickets are on sale now for our beautiful season finale: JS Bach’s swinging Brandenburg Concerto 5 and WA Mozart’s luminous Quintet for Clarinet and Strings.
Buy early to reserve a seat and save 20% HERE
SUN, May 18, 5 pm • Asheville Masonic Temple TIX
THURS, May 22, 7:30 pm • White Horse Black Mountain TIX

Rehearsing in the Masonic Temple, May 2013
(Photo: F. Zipperer)

 

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Landscapes in the Haen Gallery · Art and Music Converge

Our Haen Gallery concerts indulge all the senses!
Art for the spirit, music for the soul and the wine is divine!

For our last two gallery concerts of this season, we are pleased to present Asheville’s own acclaimed chamber ensemble, Opal String Quartet.

Monday, April 7 – Haen Gallery, 52 Biltmore Avenue, Downtown Asheville

Monday’s April 14 Concert in Brevard has been CANCELLED.
Pan Harmonia looks forward to returning to beautiful Brevard in September.

6:30 Enjoy a glass of good wine and nibbles         7:15 Music begins

Opal String Quartet
Ginger Kowal violin · Franklin Keel cello · Kara Poorbaugh viola · Mariya Potapova violin

Four dazzling string players will bring modern and classical masterworks to the unique Haen Gallery settings. Opal will perform 2 sets of evocative character pieces by modern Jewish composer Ernest Bloch, In the Mountains (1925) and Landscapes (1923) along with Mendelssohn’s ravishing 2nd string quartet, a passionate and exhilarating romantic masterpiece.

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The Art of Imitation

Harpsichordist Barbara Weiss performs with 2 longtime friends!

Friday, March 21, 6:30 PM*
First Presbyterian Church, 40 Church Street, Downtown Asheville
Tickets: $20/$5 for students available at the door

*Please note early concert time and have dinner downtown after the show!

Barbara Weiss, harpsichord • Margaret Humphrey, violin • Rebecca Humphrey, cello

Margaret Humphrey

A lively mix of Baroque repertoire from the early 17th into the 18th centuries performed by Barbara with her two long-time collaborators, sisters Margaret and Rebecca Humphrey.

Meeting up with Barbara during the good old days in frigid Minnesota, these are the very same sisters who will be performing Bach’s Brandenburg Concerto No. 5 with Pan Harmonia in May!

 

 

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