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A very special offering and a performance not to be missed!
This Sunday, September 14 @ 3 pm
St. Mary’s Episcopal Church, 337 Charlotte Street, Asheville
Franklin Keel performs JS Bach and original compositions inspired by the Baroque master.
A unique opportunity to hear this gifted cellist in an intimate and sacred space!
Pre-sales have closed, but you may purchase a ticket at the door: $22 General / $5 for Students
Ample parking on the street
Kate Steinbeck, Amy Brucksch, Fred Lemmons
Art + Music Converge in The Haen Gallery
Join Pan Harmonia this weekend for a full sensory delight – acoustic music in the midst of stunning art with a good glass of wine to boot!
Wine @ 6:30 – Music @ 7:15
Sounds of South America, Jazz fusion and Baroque Beat for flute, clarinet and guitar!
Friday, Sept 5 – Haen Gallery Brevard, 200 King Street
Monday, Sept 8 - Haen Gallery Asheville, 52 Biltmore Avenue (Ample city parking across the street under the Aloft Hotel.)
These sublime concerts include wine and cheese at 6:30, followed by music at 7:15.
Pre-sales have closed, but you may purchase a ticket at the door: $26 General / $8 Students
Pan Harmonia is so grateful for the support of its dear community!
Rehearsing Copland in the Masonic Temple, May 2013
Last year we were thrilled to bring you Aaron Copland’s masterpiece Appalachian Spring in its original chamber setting for 13 players. You made our concerts Standing Room Only!
Next month we are presenting another beloved large work, JS Bach’s Brandenburg Concerto No. 5 paired with Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart’s luminous Quintet for Clarinet and Strings.
We hope you will join us for these beautiful concerts!
SUN, May 18, 5 PM in the historic Asheville Masonic Temple TIX
THURS, May 22, 7:30 PM in the relaxed tavern setting of White Horse Black Mountain TIX
Buy in advance and SAVE 20%
We always aim to keep ticket prices affordable to allow access to as many folks as possible. Yet, like all arts organizations across America, we rely on the generosity of donors.
Right now, we have an opportunity to receive matching funds from the North Carolina Arts Council for the Brandenburg Project.
We are only $315 away from our goal of $3000! And time is limited…
Please help us reach this goal. It’s a neat chance for basically FREE MONEY.
If you give just $20, Pan Harmonia receives $30. For $50 —>$75 and $100—>$150
Thank you for considering this! We couldn’t do this without you.
See you in May!
This concert has been rescheduled to Monday, March 10.
JOIN US @ 6:30 in the quiet of a Monday eve the Lumberyard Arts District in Brevard
SAVOR a glass of wine and nibbles in the midst of exhilarating art!
ENJOY Maestros Jamie Laval, violin, and Franklin Keel, cello, along with
flutist Kate Steinbeck playing sublime music of Ravel, Bartok, Haydn and Tann.
Music starts @ 7:15
Haen Gallery 200 King Street in Brevard
$24 at the Door