Calendar

Karin’s Studio Schedule:  

The studio will be closed: 
Wednesday, May 9
Tuesday, May 22
Thursday, May 24


This new piano term (September 1, 2017-June 30, 2018) I am looking forward to:

*helping students prepare their own private holiday recital for family and friends;

*Saturday, April 28, 2018, 1:30-4:30 at Wedgwood Presbyterian Church, in Seattle: preparing interested students to perform in a city-wide Seattle Music Teachers Association Sonatina Festival;

*on Saturday and Sunday, May 5 and 6, 2018: preparing interested students to take the Washington State Music Teachers Association Musicianship Exams (now called the "Music Literacy Program");

*on Sunday, May 20, 2018, at 6:30 PM: interested adult students perform in a city-wide Seattle Music Teachers Association Adult Student Soiree; and

*preparing students to perform in a spring studio-wide recital in June.


Performance Calendar

2017/2018 Performance Dates


Karin McCullough at the downtown Seattle Public Library Auditorium

Pianist Karin McCullough is performing:




Thursday, May 3, 2018, at 12 noon, at the downtown Seattle Art Museum auditorium: Karin McCullough performs Appalachian Spring Suite by Aaron Copland transcribed for solo piano by Bryan Stanley, in a free Ladies Musical Club all-American concert to complement SAM’s special exhibit of: 


FIGURING HISTORY: ROBERT COLESCOTT, KERRY JAMES MARSHALL, MICKALENE THOMAS



Figuring History: Robert Colescott, Kerry James Marshall, Mickalene 

Thomas brings together the works of three singular American artists whose 

work redefines history painting in a contemporary context. 

Also on the program:

I Hate Music                                                                           Leonard Bernstein 

(1918-1990)\


My mother says that babies come in bottles

Jupiter has seven moons

I hate music

A big Indian and a little Indian

I just found out today that I'm a person too

Tiina Ritalahti, soprano & Lucy Wenger, piano

Autumn Song, Op. 56, No. 1                                             Amy Marcy Beach 

(1867-1944)


Four Songs for Children, Op. 75                                      Amy Marcy Beach


The Candy Lion

The Thanksgiving Fable

Dolladine

Prayer of a Tired Child

Sleep, Little Darling, Op. 29, No. 3                                   Amy Marcy Beach

Breanna Hanson, soprano & Lucy Wenger, piano


Wednesday, May 9, 2018, at 12 noon, at the downtown Seattle Public Library Microsoft Auditorium: Karin McCullough performs Appalachian Spring Suite by Aaron Copland transcribed for solo piano by Bryan Stanley, in a free Ladies Musical Club all-American concert.

 

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Free Student Tickets to Classical Music Concerts in the Seattle Area

In addition to Ladies Musical Club performances (including the ones Karin gives which are listed in "Performance Calendar" on this site), student tickets are free to the following recommended concerts in the Seattle area:


The UW has done away with the cost of admission to more than 50 concerts and music-related events at the UW Music School’s Brechemin Auditorium and the Walker-Ames Room of Kane Hall. See https://music.washington.edu/news/2015/09/10/gift-music-free-admission-more-50-concerts-our-season.


Masterworks Concerts at Seattle Symphony. I have the opportunity to call the symphony 20 days or fewer before any Masterworks Concert in the 2017/2018 season and receive up to two free student (age 5-18) tickets to offer to any of my interested students. Contact me if you have a child who would like to attend one of these concerts with me!


Connoisseur Concerts on Saturday evenings and Sunday afternoons on top of Queen Anne. I have one free student (age 7-14) ticket to offer to any of my interested students to any one of the concerts in the 2017/2018 season. Contact me if you have a child who would like to attend one of these concerts with me! For more information see http://www.musiquedujourpresents.org/services.

University of Washington's World Series Season: The University of Washington's whole World Series season at Meany Hall at the UW campus is offering up to two free tickets to youths ages 5-17 with the purchase of every one regularly priced adult ticket. The offer may be redeemed for any Chamber Music or President's Piano Series event at the time of purchase, available by phone and in-person only (UW Arts Ticket Office, 1313 NE 41st Street, Seattle, 206-543-4880). 


Seattle Philharmonic Orchestra's Season: Also at Meany Hall at the UW campus, this orchestra is offering free tickets to youths (16 years of age and younger) ($18 general admission). For more information see seattlephil.org


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