Pan Harmonia is an independent repertory company based in Asheville, NC and directed by flutist Kate Steinbeck. Now in its 15th season, Pan Harmonia, has been nationally recognized for its unique work and superb artistry. We love sharing our music with audiences of all ages.

Sonata Series

4 programs from January to May featuring treasured sonatas from the chamber music repertoire

Serge Prokofiev’s epic Sonata for flute and piano
American Jennifer Higdon’s  riveting contemporary Sonata for viola and piano
Maurice Duruflé’s ethereal Prelude, Recitative and Variations for flute, viola and piano

Kate Steinbeck and Ivan Seng
Photo by Micah MacKenzie

Kate Steinbeck, flute
John Ravnan, viola
Ivan Seng, piano

January 23 / Friday, 7:30 PM
Sonata Series White Horse Black Mountain

January 25 / Sunday, 3 PM
Sonata Series  First Presbyterian Church, Asheville

Audiences may purchase a Sonata Series subscription for all four programs for only $60 Jan + Feb + March + May in Asheville or Black Mountain by mailing a check to Pan Harmonia, PO Box 18342, Asheville 28814 or by bringing a check to a January performance.
This offer is not available online.

The January Sonata Series will also be presented at the Fine Arts Center, Greenville on Thursday, January 22 at 7:30 PM. This is a free admission event and a fundraiser for FAC. More info here:

General single ticket prices are Advanced $16.50 / $22 at the door / $5 for Students
PAPERLESS TICKETS ONLY We do not mail tickets, but rather hold your name at will call prior to the performance.

Music of Camille St. Saëns, Joseph Jongen and NC composer Michael Burns
Kate Steinbeck, flute • Rosalind Buda, bassoon • Ivan Seng, piano 

February 20 / Friday, 7:30 PM • White Horse Black Mountain TICKETS HERE
February 22 / Sunday, 3 PM • First Presbyterian Church, Asheville TICKETS HERE

Music of Philippe Gaubert, William Hurlstone, Felix Mendelssohn
Kate Steinbeck, flute • Liz Austin, cello • Fabio Parrini, piano 

March 5 / Thursday, 7:30 PM • White Horse Black Mountain TICKETS HERE
March 6 / Friday. 7 PM • North Street Concert House, Greenville, SC
$20/person suggested. Limited seating; reservations required. Write to reserve.
March 8 / Sunday, 3 PM • First Presbyterian Church, Asheville TICKETS HERE

Music of Carmen Petra-Basacopol, Germaine Tailleferre and Claude Debussy
Kate Steinbeck, flute • Jacquelyn Bartlett, harp 

May 1 / Friday, 7:30 PM • White Horse Black Mountain TICKETS HERE
May 3 / Sunday, 3 PM • First Presbyterian Church, Asheville TICKETS HERE

This project is supported by a grant from the North Carolina Arts Council.

A Benefit for Pan Harmonia

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



A Benefit for Homeward Bound

Pan Harmonia presents A Chamber Music Messiah, on Sunday, December 7 at 3 PM in the newly restored sanctuary of First Presbyterian Church in Downtown Asheville. Organist Eric Wall leads a merry band of musicians in a rousing instrumental version of Georg F. Handel’s favorite Christmas tradition.

All proceeds to benefit Homeward Bound, which ends homelessness in Western North Carolina by moving people into housing of their own and providing the support they need to stay housed for good. To learn more about Homeward Bound, visit

Suggested donation of $25/person, $30/family appreciated, but no one will be turned away for lack of funds.