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Emily Dickinson Unplugged
Learn about the real woman behind the myths!
Sunday, December 14, 3 PM at Cathedral of All Souls in Biltmore Village
Actress Carol Kessler presents her riveting Chautauqua performance, “Emily Dickinson Unplugged.”
All proceeds to benefit Pan Harmonia.
Suggested donation is $20, but no one turned away for lack of funds.
Wine reception to follow in the Owen Library.
Please reserve for the wine reception at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Friday, October 24 at 7:30 pm
in the intimate St. Mary’s Episcopal Church, 337 Charlotte Street, North Asheville
The Opal String Quartet brings its passionate style to romantic masterpieces, as well as two new compositions by composer Tim Winter of Saluda. Winter’s works are jazzy, lush and intriguing and create the perfect contrast for the deep sonorities of Johannes Brahms’ C Minor String Quartet and Ernest Bloch’s plaintive “Prelude.”
Guest violinist Seth Gangwer, a stunning multi-genre artist who just recently moved to WNC by way of Nashville, will join OSQ founding members violinist Ginger Kowal, violist Kara Poorbaugh and cellist Franklin Keel.
Tickets are $22 at the door / $5 for Students
Pan Harmonia collaborates with Mallarmé
Kate and Amy are headed East!
(Photo by M. Mackenzie)
In partnership with Mallarmé
Enjoy two NC chamber ensembles with tuneful music for guitar, flute, viola and cello!
Kate Steinbeck flute • Amy Brucksch guitar
Suzanne Rousso viola • Nate Leyland cello
Music of Franz Schubert • Dana Wilson • Jean Coquery • Tom Febonio
Tickets are $20 in advance HERE / $22 at the door / $5 for Students
Early music artists
Gail Ann Schroeder, viola da gamba
Barbara Weiss, harpsichord
The Angel and The Devil – Marin Marais and more!
This Saturday evening, Sept 27 @ 7:30
Chapel of First Presbyterian Church, Downtown Asheville
~Tickets available at the door~
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