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Phinney Art & Music Series

Celebrating the Arts at WPPC

WPPC is proud to host a series of concerts and art displays in efforts to support local artists and musicians and welcome  neighbors into our friendly and inviting space.  The 2013-14 series will feature a wide variety of local musicians and artists. Often, artwork is made available for purchase and it is likely that patrons can meet featured artists during events. 

Making the Arts Accessible 

Soon to be in its forth season, WPPC views the Phinney Art & Music Series as a method of community outreach and subsequently strives to make access to events as reasonable as possible.  Events are supported simply through donations collected at the door and during intermission.  After accounting for event production expenses, proceeds from the Series are used to further the Phinney Art & Music Series as well as support the WPPC pipe organ restoration fund.

The 2013-14 Event Schedule
Celebrating the 50th Anniversary of our 1963 Casavant Organ!

Date Time Event (click for more information)
 Sunday,
October 6
4:00 p.m. 

The Elle Flute Trio
L. Hedley, L. Hirayama & L. Sebenius

Friday,
November 22
7:00 p.m.

Pietro Yon's Septuagennial Anniversary
featuring his Concerto Gregoriano
Christopher J. Howerter, organ with Serena Chin, piano

Friday,
January 24
7:00 p.m. Duo Organ Recital
Christopher J. Howerter and William Bryant
 Sunday,
February 23
4:00 p.m. Enchanting Flute and Voice: Magical Tunes from the Heart
The Brossmann Sisters
Friday,
March 28
7:00 p.m. Conflict and Harmony in a World of Sound
(Organ Recital)

Jamie Hitel, Greenwich, Conn.
Friday,
May 2
7:00 p.m.
A Grand Spring Organ Concert
Featuring the Students from the University of Washington Organ Studio; including David Boeckh, Dave Kriewall, William Bryant,
Sam Libra, Cara Peterson and our own Chris Howerter
(WPPC Minister of Music). 
A suggested donation of $10/adults and $8/youth & seniors will be collected at the door (children under 8 are free). 
Friday and Saturday, 9 and 10

6-9:00 (Friday);

12-5:00 (Saturday)

PhinneyWood ArtWalk - The BIG One

We are featuring the art of Lucia Enriquez, who recently moved from encaustic to acrylic, building up opaque and translucent layers of medium and pigment that retain the feeling of melted wax. A very exciting artist to see! Friday night is also the same night as the Open Mic Night.

 Sunday,
May 18
4:00 p.m
The Bells of the Sound
It's a Road Trip! The Bells of the Sound will be presenting exciting new takes on classics like "Theme from New York, New York", "Route 66", "Good Vibrations", among others. A suggested donation of $10/adults and $8/youth & seniors will be collected at the door (children under 8 are free)

 Friday and Saturday, June 13 and 14   7:30 p.m.
Northwest Firelight Chorale Spring Concert
The Northwest Firelight Chorale sings from the core, giving joyful, soul-stirring performances that create an exhilarating and memorable experience for all who hear them. They are a vibrant mixed-voice ensemble based in Seattle, Washington, now in their tenth season.  
Tickets for the concert are $20, with 20% of ticket sales going to Angelines Women's Shelter. Children 12 and under are free.