Cascadia debuts ‘Music in the Museum’ July 15

Jul 06, 2017
Pamela Liu, left, and Dieneke Kalsbeek will perform at Cascadia Art Museum at 190 Sunset Ave., Edmonds.

Cascadia Art Museum, which opened at Salish Crossing in Edmonds in September 2015, will presents its first “Music in the Museum” concert 2 p.m. Saturday, July 15.

“An Afternoon of Baroque Music for Recorder and Violin” features Pamela Liu on violin, a faculty member at Edmonds Community College, and Dieneke Kalsbeek, recorder. They will perform music by Telemann, Wilhelm Friedemann Bach, Vivaldi, Bodin de Boismortier, Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach, and Mozart.

“We are so excited to have these accomplished musicians play at Cascadia’s first chamber concert,” said Lindsey Echelbarger, museum president.

The museum setting, surrounded by art of the Northwest, creates an intimate environment for chamber concerts,” said Lindsey Echelbarger, museum president.

The concert is free with a paid museum ticket: $7 seniors and students, $10 adults, free admission to museum members.

Tickets are limited and are available online at or by calling 425-336-4809.

The museum is at 190 Sunset Ave.

The new exhibition, “Northwest Impressions: The Art and Etchings of Paul Morgan Gustin 1886-1974,” will be available for viewing before and after the concert.

The second concert in the series will feature the Bella Sala Quartet.


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