We are proud to present our 2017 concert series at Mary Olson Farm

 

Thursday, July 6 – 7PM: Brass in the Brilliant Sun ASO principal horn Rodger Burnett and principal tubist Ryan Schultz and their ensemble, the Pacific Coast Brass will present a delightful evening of chamber music including everything from intimate duos to a full complement of brass. This will be a full and new program featuring leading players from ensembles and universities throughout Puget Sound. Thursday, July 20 – 7PM: Opus Zoo Come see the ASO wind players in a quintet program that combining animals and music, featuring Luciano Berio's "Opus Number Zoo". Bring the family out for an evening of summer music and fun! Thursday, August 3 – 7PM: American Gems The ASO strings present a quartet concert filled with standards from American classical pop culture. Including works by Philip Glass, Gershwin, ragtime, and more, this concert is sure to be a lot of fun for all ages.   Families can picnic at tables or on the grass, with plenty of space available for children to play comfortably. Children can also visit the farm animals, and volunteers from the White River Valley Museum that oversees the historic farm are available to give tours at intermission. Wine and refreshments will be available for purchase. Mary Olson Farm has general admission lawn seating.  Sorry, this venue is not wheelchair accessible. $48 Series $20 Single tickets $10 Student tickets (at the door) Children under 5 free (at the door)

Thursday, July 6 – 7PM: Brass in the Brilliant Sun
ASO principal horn Rodger Burnett and principal tubist Ryan Schultz and their ensemble, the Pacific Coast Brass will present a delightful evening of chamber music including everything from intimate duos to a full complement of brass. This will be a full and new program featuring leading players from ensembles and universities throughout Puget Sound.

Thursday, July 20 – 7PM: Opus Zoo
Come see the ASO wind players in a quintet program that combining animals and music, featuring Luciano Berio's "Opus Number Zoo". Bring the family out for an evening of summer music and fun!

Thursday, August 3 – 7PM: American Gems
The ASO strings present a quartet concert filled with standards from American classical pop culture. Including works by Philip Glass, Gershwin, ragtime, and more, this concert is sure to be a lot of fun for all ages.

 

Families can picnic at tables or on the grass, with plenty of space available for children to play comfortably. Children can also visit the farm animals, and volunteers from the White River Valley Museum that oversees the historic farm are available to give tours at intermission. Wine and refreshments will be available for purchase. Mary Olson Farm has general admission lawn seating.  Sorry, this venue is not wheelchair accessible.

$48 Series
$20 Single tickets
$10 Student tickets (at the door)
Children under 5 free (at the door)

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