Public Concerts

Free Public Concert Series

LMC’s most visible face is its Public Concert Series that offers over 50 free classical music concerts from October through May by LMC member-musicians and guests. The classical music series is presented at a variety of venues throughout the Seattle metro area, including Seattle Art Museum, Frye Art Museum, Seattle Public Library, Central and West Seattle Branches, University House Wallingford, Mirabella, Bellevue’s Crossroads Community Center Theater and the Music Center of the Northwest in North Seattle.

These intimate, one-hour, music programs are free and open to the public. No advance tickets are required. On the day of the performance at the Frye Museum, attendees are asked to obtain a free ticket at the front desk to monitor auditorium seating.

Mar
4
Sun
Music of Spain and South America @ Merrill Gardens, Burien
Mar 4 @ 3:00 pm

Co-sponsored by the City of Burien

El Simpatico Tango for Clarinet and Bassoon by Carlos Posadas (1874-1918) arr. John Gibson

Julie Shankland, clarinet and Eric Shankland (guest artist), bassoon

Milonga del ángel  by Astor Piazzolla (1921-1992)
Adiós Nonino “Tango Rhapsody”

Joyce Gibb, piano

from Siete canciones populares by Manuel de Falla (1876-1946)

“Cancion” (Song)
“Nana” (Lullaby)
“Jota” (Aragonese dance)

“Aranjuez, Ma Pensee” from Concierto de Aranjuez  by Joaquin Rodrigo (1901-1999)
“Junto al Generalife” 

Diane Althaus, soprano and Lucas Victor (guest artist), guitar

Suite populaire espagnole, arranged from “Siete Canciones populares españolas”      Manuel de Falla (1876-1946)

Arranged for cello and piano by Maurice Maréchal (1892-1964)

  1. El Paño moruno
  2. Nana
  3. Cancion
  4. Polo
  5. Asturiana
  6. Jota

Ericka Pierson, cello and Annie Center, piano

Anda, Jaleo (Come on, Jaleo) by Federico Garcia Lorca (1898-1936)
Zorongo by Federico Garcia Lorca
Tres Morillas (Three Moorish girls) by Fernando Obradors (1897-1945)
El Vito (The Vito*) by  Fernando Obradors
“Carceleras”(Jailers) from Las hijas del Zebedeo (The daughters of Zebedee) by Ruperto Chapí (1851-1909)
*The Vito is a dance from Andalusia in southern Spain.

Clarice Warrick, soprano and Joan Lundquist, piano

Tonadillas al estilo antiguo, H136  by Enrique Granados
“La maja dolorosa” (The sorrowful woman)
“El mirar de la maja” (The gaze of the beloved)

Diane Althaus, soprano and Lucas Victor (guest artist), guitar

Escenes de l’exili (Scenes from Exile) by Enrique Granados
Canto gitano (Gypsy song) by Enrique Granados
Elegia eterna (Eternal elegy) by Enrique Granados

Clarice Warrick, soprano and Joan Lundquist, piano

“Oriental” from Danzas españolas  by Enrique Granados (1867-1916)

Ericka Pierson, cello and Annie Center, piano

Poema en forma de canciones, Op.19 by Joaquín Turina (1882-1949)

  1. Dedicatoria (Dedication)
  2. Nunca olvida (You never forget)
  3. Cantares (Songs)
  4. Los dos miedos (Two fears)
  5. Las locas por amor (Crazy for love)

Gwen Trussler, mezzo-soprano     Joan Lundquist, piano