**PAN HARMONIA World-Class Chamber Music • Authentic • Local
Now in its 20th season, Pan Harmonia offers a mosaic of concerts, community outreach and educational residencies and enjoys taking its music out of the concert hall and into spaces all around the community — from art galleries and historic churches to prisons and homeless shelters. Its musicians believe in social justice through arts access and enjoy bringing high-quality performances to audiences of all ages and socioeconomic strata. Directed by flutist Kate Steinbeck, Asheville, NC’s award-winning chamber music repertory company has been nationally recognized for its artistic excellence and creative vision.
We offer engaging concerts and community outreach and loves taking music out of the concert hall and into intimate spaces all around the community — from art galleries and historic churches to prisons and homeless shelters. We believe in social justice through arts access and enjoy sharing world-class performances with diverse audiences of all ages.
Directed by flutist Kate Steinbeck, Asheville, NC’s award-winning music repertory company has been nationally acclaimed for its artistic excellence and creative vision. Varied ensembles of winds, strings, voice, guitar, piano and percussion present a wide range of repertoire from iconic masterpieces to beautiful new works.
Our music is sublime and transcendent; our performances inclusive, informal and fun. Pan Harmonia will change your perception of what classical music can be! CLICK HERE FOR CONCERT SCHEDULE AND TICKETS
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