BEETHOVEN VIOLIN FESTIVAL
Sunday, September 24th at 3:00pm
Marjorie Kransberg-Talvi, violin
Jane Harty, piano
Ludwig van Beethoven
Sonata in A Major, Op. 12, #2
Sonata in A Major, Op. 47, The "Kreutzer"
Revolutionary and monumental, the "Kreutzer" was first dedicated to mulatto violinist George Bridgetower, but then rescinded after a fight over a woman. Visit Musicnorthwest.org for more information about this thriving arts organization.
LIVE PAINTING: A REFORMATION
Scott Erickson, Graphic Artist
Sunday, October 29th at 9:30am
experience artist Scott Erickson paint an original piece of art inspired by our Reformation worship service, LIVE! Scott will take all the elements of our worship service, our sanctuary, and our congregation and put it on canvas.
is a touring painter, performance artist, and creative priest who mixes autobiography, mythology, and aesthetics to create art that speaks to our deepest experiences. Most recently, Scott released "Stations In The Street", opened shared stations of the cross street art show; and he is currently touring his one-man performance piece "We Are Not Troubled Guests" in which he navigates the surprising gift of an existential crisis. He is also the co-author of "Prayer: Forty Days of Practice" and an adjunct professor at Warner Pacific College in Portland, Oregon.Visit scottericksonart.com for more information about Scott's art.
PAUL TEGELS, Organ
Sunday, November 5th at 3:00pm
Paul Tegels, a native of the Netherlands, is Associate Professor of Music and serves as University Organist at Pacific Lutheran University in Tacoma, WA. He received his Doctor of Musical Arts Degree in Organ Performance and Pedagogy and his Master of Arts Degree in Choral Conducting from the University of Iowa, where he studied organ with Delores Bruch, and choral conducting with William Hatcher.
SEATTLE PRO MUSICA
Sunday, March 18th at 3:00pm
Seattle Pro Musica
is a critically acclaimed choral organization comprised of four performing ensembles. Recipient of the Margaret Hillis Award for Choral Excellence and the ASCAP/Chorus America Award for Adventurous Programming, Seattle Pro Musica is ranked by American Record Guide as "among America's very best choirs." Under Artistic Director Karen P. Thomas, Seattle Pro Musica has received international acclaim for its CD recordings and live performances. Choir and Organ magazine writes: "Seattle Pro Musica presents a cappella singing at its best." Seattle Pro Musica has appeared on the NPR radio show Saint Paul Sunday, and at numerous international and national festivals. In 2013 Seattle Pro Musica and the Seattle Symphony and Chorale joined forces to co-host the Annual Conference of
bringing choral luminaries from all over the
country together to celebrate choral music in Seattle. Visit www.seattlepromusica.org for more information.
VIVE LA FRANCE!
Sunday, April 29th at
David Horton, piano
Jane Harty, piano
Carissa Castaldo, soprano
Elegance and charm from the revolutionary Parisian composers, Les Six
. Enjoy Poulenc's
Sonata for Piano 4-Hands
Fiancailles pour Rire
("Engagement for laughs") for soprano, Honegger's Tois
Pieces Pour Piano,
and much more! Music that will no doubt take you back to the streets and cafés of Paris, France.
SUPPORT THE SERIES
Fine Arts at Faith is a self-sustaining program. Suggested donation is $10 per event; your additional gifts are always welcome. Contributions of $100 or more are recognized in the programs throughout the series. If your employer or an organization to which you belong offers matching grants that foster the arts, you may donate via Faith Foundation with your donation. Contact David Horton (Music Director) for further information, 425.885.1810. Your support ensures an excellent ongoing concert series!