Tonight’s performance has been made possible by the generosity of Darcie Furlan. The Steinway piano has been generously provided by the Walla Walla Piano Group.
WWCMF returns to the bucolic retreat of Abeja winery for its annual Collage performance. Like the many waters from which Walla Walla takes its name, music will flow through and around the audience in a continuous ribbon of sound. Sometimes at a trickle, other times in torrents, Collage will flood your senses with glorious music. You will need neither a floatation device nor Self-Contained Underwater Breathing Apparatus, but you will want to arrive early.
The grounds open at 6:30pm. The dam breaks at 8pm.
Artists: Sarah Brady, flute; Winston Choi, piano; Timothy Christie, viola; Billy Ray Hunter, trumpet; ; Norbert Lewandowski, cello; Amy Ley, harp; Christina McGann, violin; Stephen Miahky, violin; Philip Payton, violin; Maria Sampen, violin; Kevin Schempf, clarinet; Anna Stoytcheva, piano: and MingHuan Xu, violin.
Lighting Design: Patty Matthieu and Kurt Walls