Since our November auditions, LMC welcomed seven new performing members and one new composer all of whom will be featured in concerts this spring! Check out the new talent!
April 21 at Crossroads Community Center
Diane Althaus, soprano
Lin Chen, soprano
Grace Huang, piano
Yi Zhou, viola
May 6 at the Frye Art Museum, the works of Carol Ritchie will be featured
Featured on May 13 at the West Seattle Library and on May 19 at Crossroads
Mele Santos, soprano
Dennà Good-Mojab, soprano
May 21 at Mirabella
Janene Nelson, mezzo soprano
Historical music reviews at 5:00 P.M. and 6:30 P.M.
Free Birthday Cupcakes for All on the Pavilion at 5:45 p.m.
With its organizational roots in 1891, the talented members of the Ladies Musical Club of Seattle (LMC) will celebrate their 125th birthday at the Museum of History and Industry (MOHAI) with two short concerts. The lively and fun programs will share an overview of the historic organization through a variety of music performances.
Set to a light and entertaining script, the programs will include Prelude in C-sharp Minor, one of Rachmaninoff’s most famous piano compositions, performed by Moscow Conservatory-trained Valentina Rodov, who was a 2011 Van Cliburn piano competition semi-finalist; a frisky saxophone quartet; exciting steel drummers; singers from B.F. Day Elementary School; “Summer” from Piazzolla’s The Seasons, a stirring trio for violin, cello and piano; and the bouncy spiritual, Ain’t No Grave Can Hold My Body Down.
For more information about Ladies Musical Club of Seattle and support options, please visit www.lmcseattle.org. For program updates and reminders, “Like” Ladies Musical Club of Seattle on Facebook.
–All programs, artists and dates subject to change–
Support is provided by MOHAI, Seattle Office of Arts & Culture and 4Culture
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