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
Now in its fourth 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 Spring 2015 Schedule
Let the singing begin!
|Date||Time||Event (click for more information)|
The Drunken Maidens
Inspired by groups such as Sweet Honey in the Rock and the Wailin’ Jennys, the maidens sing in tight vocal harmonies and play instruments such as fiddle, mandolin, guitar, dulcimer, whistle, and percussion. Threads from traditional ballads, shanties, old-time and bluegrass, folk dance tunes and even early music are woven together to produce their colorful and varied repertoire. Their blend of British and American, old and new material includes the wistful strains of old-time music, saucy English folksongs, ancient melodies, catchy tunes, and recently written songs.
|Sunday, May 3||4:00 p.m.||
The Seattle University Chamber Singers
Join us for an afternoon of a stunning variety of repertoire from the renaissance to contemporary gospel.
Composers are Hans Leo Hassler, Jules Massanet, Charles Stanford, Francis Poulenc, Morten Laridsen, Richard Smallwood,
Lee Peterson and Eric Whitacre.
$18 Suggested Donation General; $7 Student/Senior
Friday and Saturday,
May 8 and 9
We are featuring the art of our own Elizabeth Bryant.
|Friday and Saturday, June 5 and 6||7:30 p.m.||
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.