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Mostly Nordic Concert Series: Finnish Fanfare

Date & Time

Sun, Jan 23, 2022
2:00pm - 4:00pm PST

Location

2655 NW Market Street
Seattle, WA 98107
Tel : 206.789.5707

Finnish Fanfare     

Featuring Cascadia Brass

Finland's long-standing brass band tradition started with military bands, accompanying kings and czars or leading soldiers as they marched. It quickly evolved, however, into entertainment for the common people at folk dances and hunting parties, and later into the world of jazz. It even followed Finnish immigrants to America. The highly acclaimed Cascadia Brass returns to take us on a tour of the evolution of the Finnish brass ensemble, in a grand fanfare to welcome back our Mostly Nordic series!

Musicians:

  • Robert Gale, trumpet

  • David Cole, trumpet

  • David McBride, French horn

  • Keith Winkle, trombone

  • Edgar Phillips, tuba

To view the rest of the season's lineup and purchase season tickets (the best value), visit our Mostly Nordic webpage.

Cost: $25 for Members; $30 general admission; $10 students

Note: this season, we are pleased to offer a special price for all students. Please use the code MNSTUDENT at checkout to receive your discounted price, and bring your valid student ID with your ticket for entry.

Finnish Fanfare     

Featuring Cascadia Brass

Finland's long-standing brass band tradition started with military bands, accompanying kings and czars or leading soldiers as they marched. It quickly evolved, however, into entertainment for the common people at folk dances and hunting parties, and later into the world of jazz. It even followed Finnish immigrants to America. The highly acclaimed Cascadia Brass returns to take us on a tour of the evolution of the Finnish brass ensemble, in a grand fanfare to welcome back our Mostly Nordic series!

Musicians:

  • Robert Gale, trumpet

  • David Cole, trumpet

  • David McBride, French horn

  • Keith Winkle, trombone

  • Edgar Phillips, tuba

To view the rest of the season's lineup and purchase season tickets (the best value), visit our Mostly Nordic webpage.

Cost: $25 for Members; $30 general admission; $10 students

Note: this season, we are pleased to offer a special price for all students. Please use the code MNSTUDENT at checkout to receive your discounted price, and bring your valid student ID with your ticket for entry.

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