College of Fine & Performing Arts

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digital painting of a mountain homestead a forest and fields
Friday, November 22nd
7:30 PM
Josephine Baker, performer
Saturday, January 25th
7:30 PM

Off the Hill Concert: Portraits of Josephine

Saturday, January 25

Powerful and diverse voices of women composers, featuring Valerie Coleman: Portraits of Josephine

 

Off the Hill Concert: Mozart and Milhaud

Saturday, February 29

Mozart’s Piano Concerto no. 23 and Milhaud’s La Creation du Monde

 

Off the Hill Concert: Bartok and Brahm

Wednesday, April 29

Bartok's Violin Sonatas and Brahm's Piano Quartet No. 1 in G minor, Op. 25

 

Off the Hill Concert: A Water Bird Talk

Saturday, May 16

Featuring Dominick Argento’s A Water Bird Talk

Off the Hill Chamber Music Series

What is OFF THE HILL?

WWU Music Department announces OFF THE HILL, a virtuoso chamber music series that features WWU’s award winning music faculty and special guests with each concert. Join us for 5 extraordinary concerts this season, starting with our opening concert featuring the original ballet chamber setting of Aaron Copland’s “Appalachian Spring." Suggested donation: $25 ($5 for students). All proceeds support Music Department scholarships. Donations accepted at the door.

Who is OFF THE HILL?

OFF THE HILL chamber music series performers are internationally acclaimed recitalists, celebrated recording artists, and competition winners. They have performed with major symphony orchestras and festivals, and were trained at major conservatories such as Julliard, Cleveland Institute of Music, Yale and the Tchaikovsky Conservatory.

Where is OFF THE HILL?

In its inaugural season, OFF THE HILL features 5 extraordinary concerts, all taking place in the historic venue of The Rotunda Room in the Whatcom Museum (Old City Hall) in Bellingham, Washington at 121 Prospect Street. Performances are at 7:30 p.m.