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**PAN HARMONIA 2019 World-Class Chamber Music • Authentic • Local

Now in its 19th 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.

Season 19 

Rosalind Buda returns with her band of bassoonists in “Return to the Bassooniverse” on January 27. Being in a resonant space with 4 fantastic bassoon players is extraordinary! TICKETS

Mezzo Brittnee Siemon and pianist Grace Lee join flutist Kate Steinbeck for exquisite French repertoire with a midday concert on February 22 in Brevard TICKETS and February 24 in Asheville TICKETS

We will again have our Walk with Wolfgang around downtown on Monday, March 18 as part of Asheville Symphony’s Amadeus Festival! TICKETS

In the spring, we offer an art-interactive concert with Chicago flutist James Brinkmann on April 10 in Asheville TICKETS and April 12 in GreenvilleTICKETS

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January 2019 Pan Harmonia

Return to the Bassooniverse • Adventures in Music for 4 Bassoons
27 | Sunday, 3 PM • Biltmore United Methodist Church Asheville
Rosalind Buda, Jennifer Anderson, Susan Cohen, Will Peebles, bassoons

February 2019 Pan Harmonia

Joie de vivre • Music of Maurice Ravel, André Caplet, Reynaldo Hahn, Philippe Gaubert
Kate Steinbeck, flute • Brittnee Siemon, mezzo-soprano • Grace Lee, piano
22 | Friday, 12:30 PM • St. Philips Episcopal Church Brevard
24 | Sunday, 3 PM • Oakley United Methodist Church Asheville

March 2019 Pan Harmonia

Masters of Melancholy: Music of Byrd, Dowland and Ward
ABCs’ Consort of Viols, Gail Ann Schroeder director
3 | Sunday, 3 PM • St. Giles Chapel Deerfield Asheville

Walk with Wolfgang 2 • Pas de deux A progressive chamber music concert
Enjoy a leisurely musical walking tour through downtown Asheville
Kate Steinbeck flute • Rosalind Buda bassoon • Mariya Potapova violin • Amy Brucksch guitar • Brittnee Siemon mezzo-soprano • Frances Duff cello • Koeun Grace Lee piano
Music at different venues, by different ensembles celebrating Mozart and more:
The Haen Gallery • The AC Hotel • Black Mountain College Museum + Art Center • Asheville Museum of Science
18 |Monday, 6:30 PM • All around Biltmore Avenue, Downtown Asheville

April 2019 Pan Harmonia

Melodic Dreaming: An interactive art and music event
Kate Steinbeck and James Brinkmann, flutes • John Crawley, piano
Music of Yuko Uebayashi, Sofia Gubaidulina and more
10 |Wednesday, 7:30 PM • Black Mountain College Museum + Arts Center Asheville
12Friday, 7:30 PM • Carolina Music Museum Greenville

May 2019 Pan Harmonia

Robin Bullock guitar • Sue Richards and Kelly Brzozowski harps •  Rosalind Buda Scottish smallpipes
19 |Sunday, 7:30 PM  • Isis Music Hall, Asheville • Reserve ahead for dinner from 5 PM

June 2019 Pan Harmonia

ASHEVILLE BAROQUE CONCERTS in collaboration with Mallarmé Chamber Players
Suzanne Rousso Baroque viola • Stephanie Vial Baroque cello • Gail Ann Schroeder viola da gamba • Barbara Weiss harpsichord
London Bridge: Music of Purcell, Abel, Lidl and Flackton
2 | Sunday, 3 PM • St. Giles Chapel Deerfield Asheville



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