Posts Tagged ‘concert’

  • What: 5 choral ensembles of Bellingham Sings, conducted by Ann MacDonald, and Vancouver’s acclaimed brass quintet, Touch of Brass, join together for a concert of seasonal music.  Among the many works in this program are Daniel Pinkham’s  “Christmas Cantata”. Andrea Rackl-Rose and Kirsten Rutschman, accompanists.
  • Where: First Congregational Church, 2401 Cornwall Ave, Bellingham, WA [map]
  • When: Fri, December 5, 2008, 8:00 pm.
  • Admission: Adults: $12.00 | Seniors & Students: $10.00
  • Tickets: Available at Village Books [map] and the Community Food Co-op [map], or at the door, as available.

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Bellingham High School Jazz Ensemble Performs "The Dark of December," December 5-6, 2008, Bellingham, Washington

What: Hear the award winning BHS Jazz Band, conducted by Matt Cole. Desserts served during intermission. Unique door prizes! All proceeds support the BHS Band and Jazz Ensemble programs. SUPPORT YOUTH MUSIC!!

Where: Community Bible Fellowship, 2826 Birchwood Ave, Bellingham, WA  98225 [map]

When: Fri, December 5, 7:00pm | Sat, December 6, 7:00pm

Admission: Adults: $10.00 | Seniors & Students: $5:00 | Tickets at the door.

The Bellingham High School Jazz Ensemble performs “Blue Rondo a la Turk” @ the BHS Annual Fall Concert in November, 2007.

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“The Holly and the Ivy” + “O’ Christmas Tree,” and “Carol of the Bells.” Magnificent piano playing and ultra-big Beethoven hair from Paul Todd.

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There are still tickets available for the following two programs at McIntyre Hall Performing Arts & Conference Center:

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If you like the sound of bells, you’ll love this–

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Christmas in Bellingham

There’s more going on locally today, tomorrow, and Sunday, than on any other weekend in December, including the Port of Bellingham Holiday Festival (free), the Lighted Boat Parade on Bellingham Bay, and a free concert by the Bellingham Bagpipe Band at Whatcom Museum. For a complete listing of this weekend’s events,  see the Christmas Calendar.

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