Evergreen Community Orchestra has three holiday Christmas concerts, Carols and Classics, on the docket the next two weeks, beginning this Saturday. I will be playing bass for the most part, but also get to do a little guitar debut along with the string section playing Away in a Manger.
In addition, this has been a well kept secret up to now, I have been working on and finished an orchestral arrangement of my song, “Mary’s Gift”, and it’s “world premiere” will be on Sunday, December 15th with the Evergreen Community Orchestra playing my composition! After the concert performance I will be working on publishing the score and instrument parts and making them available for purchase on this site.
When and Where
So….If you are in the Seattle area, come on out to one of these shows. It’s all free! There are three concerts to choose from:
The fall Pops Concert series by Evergreen Community Orchestra is coming soon. I will be playing bass. Such fun! If you are in the Seattle area, come on out to one of these shows. There are three concerts to choose from:
Everett Mall, Thursday 10/31/2019 at 6:00 pm
Everett First Presbyterian Church, Saturday 11/2/2019 at 7:00 pm
Everett First Presbyterian Church, Sunday 11/3/2019 at 3:30 pm
Saturday, December 15th at 3:30 pm Evergreen Community Orchestra, in which I play bass, will be performing its 2018 Christmas holiday concert Carols & Classics.
We will be performing at Everett First Presbyterian Church at 2936 Rockefeller Avenue in Everett, Washington. If you are in the area, come on in and enjoy the music!
The performance will include favorite Christmas carols including some European tunes and Hanukkah music topped off with Johann Pachelbel’s Canon in D. I’m sure you will enjoy it and like Steve Martin in the movie, “The Jerk”, you may go away saying, “Well, if this is out there, think how much more is out there. This is the kinda music that tells me to go out there and BE somebody!”
Here are some highlights from my orchestra’s concert on Sunday. Evergreen Community Orchestra playing “Russian Tales”. I think the one bass player held his own against the rest of the orchestra pretty well!