March 26th, 6:00 – 7:00 p.m.
Johannes Brahms and Robert Schumann shared their musical talents and a deep friendship. They also both fell in love with Schumann’s beautiful wife, renowned pianist and composer Clara Schumann. In this concert we will explore the legendary relationships between these three romantic era giants, through their passionate music and writings.
Returning from performances in Baltimore and Philadelphia, pianist Annie Chang-Center will be joined by virtuoso cellist Erika Pierson (their previous concert at Cascadia was fantastic!).
Veteran Seattle journalist John Sharify (2021 duPont-Columbia Award winner from Columbia University School of Journalism) will read from the writings of Brahms and the Schumanns.
Join us each month for classical music and art! Enjoy some of the Northwest’s finest musical talent in an intimate gallery setting surrounded by beautiful art from the Northwest — close-up and personal, as chamber music was originally meant to be experienced. The concerts are about one-hour in length, leaving you time to dine out after. Programs feature outstanding chamber ensembles, soloists and choral groups. Your concert ticket includes admission to all the museum galleries, so make sure you come early to see our current exhibits!
$12 for Museum Members
$18 for Non-Members
For seated events only, Cascadia Art Museum requires proof of vaccination or proof of a negative COVID-19 test within the past 72 hours for visitors 12 and older. Masks are required while inside the Museum.
This concert was originally planned for January, it has been re-scheduled to March 26th.