You Are Invited!
40th Anniversary Celebration Dinner and Concert
Raising funds for the artistic and education programs of Early Music Seattle.
WITH ALEXANDER WEIMANN AND JAAP TER LINDEN
Celebrate the 40th anniversary of Early Music Guild at Town Hall Seattle, and feast on some of the most fabulous music of the past, present and future.
Alexander Weimann, Music Director of the Seattle Baroque Orchestra and one of the finest harpsichordists of our time, is joined by special guest and renowned baroque cellist Jaap ter Linden, Soloists of the Medieval Women’s Choir, Seattle-based soprano Linda Tsatsanis and lutenist John Lenti, and Sound|Counterpoint with guest Nate Helgeson.
7:30 PM CONCERT IN THE GREAT HALL
SOLOISTS OF THE MEDIEVAL WOMEN’S CHOIR (Eric Mentzel, Bill McJohn, Marian Seibert)
ELIZABETHAN LUTE SONGS (Linda Tsatsanis, Soprano & John Lenti, Lute)
VIVALDI: Vivaldi Chamber Concerto in G (Sound|Counterpoint with guest bassoonist Nate Helgeson)
J.S. BACH: Italian Concerto (Alexander Weimann, Harpsichord)
J.S. BACH: Cello Suite No. 1 (Jaap ter Linden, Cello)
HANDEL: Lucretia Cantata (Linda Tsatsanis, Alexander Weimann, Jaap ter Linden, John Lenti)
The dinner program includes a celebration of 40 years of Early Music Guild and its significant contribution to the Seattle music community through the beauty and cultural perspectives of early music. You’ll have an opportunity to support Early Music Seattle’s future artistic and education programs, so that many more people can experience the transformational effects of early music for the next 40 years.
5:00 PM // Drinks Upstairs at Town Hall Seattle
5:30 PM // Dinner Downstairs at Town Hall Seattle
7:30 PM // Concert in the Great Hall
ANNIVERSARY TABLE: $1,000 PER TABLE OF 8
PATRON: $150 PER PERSON
All Table and Patron tickets include pre-concert drinks reception, seated dinner Downstairs at Town Hall catered by Tuxedos & Tennis Shoes, and premium seats at the Concert.
CONCERT TICKETS ONLY: $50 PER PERSON ($35 RESTRICTED VIEW); $20 STUDENTS
With thanks to:
Larry Herron and Harlow Sires
David and Carla Tachau Lawrence
Pacific Continental Bank
Chateau Ste Michelle