Live music, a picnic supper made for the occasion, Rhapsody in Red wine: They’re components for the 10th annual Evening at Camaraderie Cellars, an informal live performance set for 6 p.M. Friday.
Tickets to the Evening at Camaraderie Cellars — about a dozen remained remaining weeks — are $ seventy-five, with all proceeds to gain the Port Angeles Symphony.
Guests are asked to bring their own folding chairs for the vineyard patio, which is at 334 Benson Road, simply south of Port Angeles.
To reserve tickets, telephone the Symphony workplace at 360-457-5579 or email PASymphony@olypen.Com.
The event starts offevolved the 2019-2020 season of the Port Angeles Symphony Orchestra and suggests off jazz, classical, and folk musicians from each Clallam and Jefferson counties.
Along with the dinner and wines from Camaraderie, the services will consist of:
• Kristin and Otto Smith of Port Townsend, playing what they call “Handmade Music.”
• Jazz from vocalist Jessie Lee Spicher with David Jones on keyboard.
• Music of Beethoven and Quodlibet with Port Townsend oboist Anne Krabill, bassoonist David Krabill and English horn player Nancy Reis of Sequim.
• Tchaikovsky’s Andante Cantabile, with the Port Angeles Symphony Young Artist String Quartet.
The quartet capabilities violist Lauren Waldron, 2018 winner of the Symphony’s Nico Snel Young Artist Competition in Port Angeles.
She’s home for the summer after her first yr on a tune scholarship at the College of Idaho and ready to play with Port Angeles Symphony cellist Karson Nicpon and violinists Lauren Rankin and Marley Cochran.
Lee, for her component, is giving one in every one of her first performances following the discharge of “This Happy Madness,” her debut album. It functions tracks that include “I Just Found out about Love,” “Peel Me a Grape,” and “Travelin’ Light,” and is to be had for streaming on Spotify and other song websites.
As they’ve executed for a decade now, Camaraderie proprietors Vicki and Don Corson are donating the venue, picnic, dessert, smooth drinks, and wine for the help of the Symphony.
“I am thrilled via the range on this yr’s program. All the artists have a deep connection to this network,” said Jonathan Pasternack, conductor and track director of the Port Angeles Symphony.
“It can be a laugh and memorable nighttime, for sure.”