A post in support of our Magnolia neighbors…
A concert in Discovery Park? What better place to enjoy a summer Sunday?
‘Discover Music in the Park’ invites the whole community to experience music, dance and nature in Discovery Park to enjoy a unique collaboration between prominent Seattle classical music ensembles and dance companies, featuring Lake Union Civic Orchestra, Khambatta Dance Company, Kaleidoscope Dance Company, Bella Sala String Quartet and Seattle Phonographers Union.
Grieg – Three Symphonic Dances
Beethoven – Symphony No. 7 (mvts 3 and 4)
Lake Union Civic Orchestra with Khambatta Dance Company
Shu-Hwei Shi – Song from Fishers Boat Under the Evening Glow
Rachmaninoff – G minor Prelude
Debussy – Beau Soir
Arvo Pärt – Spiegel im Spiegel
Erika Pierson, Cello; Annie Chang-Center, Piano with Kaleidoscope Dance Company
Kam Morrill – Quartet No. 3 “Schwanengesang” (mvt 2)
Borodin – Quartet No. 2 in D major (mvt 2)
Bella Sala String Quartet (Pamela Liu, Violin I; Annie Chang-Center, Violin II; Jenn Glenn-Shoval, Viola; Erika Pierson, Cello) with Khambatta Dance Company
Recorded nature sounds of Discovery Park
Seattle Phonographers Union with Kaleidoscope Dance Company
It’s Part of a Grand Plan
The ultimate goal is to create community that enjoys the experience of arts in parks, and to introduce the idea of using the City-owned vacant buildings in Discovery Park to provide to the community much needed spaces for rehearsal, performances and arts education programs. One possible scenario:
Date and Time
The outdoor concert will take place on Sunday, August 20th from 1:00 to 3:00 PM, at the Daybreak Star Indian Cultural Center Upper Field , and will invite the entire community to enjoy a free afternoon of music and dance in the park.
If you can help with expenses or volunteering, please check out their GoFundMe page.
And enjoy a bit of classical music as you add this event to your calendar…
Fort Lawton Center for the Arts?