Music in the Museum

Debussy, Prokofiev, Dvořák & Mozart

with Seattle Symphony Violinist Emerson Millar and Pianist Paige Roberts Molloy

Saturday, March 2nd at 6 PM

Violinist Emerson Millar is the second asst. concertmaster of the Seattle Symphony, and has also served as the Co-Concertmaster of the Naples Philharmonic in Florida and as guest Concertmaster with the Nashville Symphony.  She performed at the Verbier Festival and the Tanglewood Music Center, and been honored as a winner of the New World Symphony concerto competition.

Pianist Paige Roberts Molloy is a regular favorite at Cascadia and has performed frequently in New York at Bargemusic, Alice Tully Hall, Weill Hall and the Miller Theatre. Paige has been a soloist with Fort Worth Chamber Orchestra, East Texas Symphony, Rice University Orchestra, Jupiter Symphony, Flagstaff Festival Orchestra, and Leopoldina Orchestre in Poland. Her recital appearances include Chicago, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Ottawa, Houston, Miami, Pittsburgh, Prague and Paris. Paige has participated in many music festivals such as Marlboro, Tanglewood, Aspen, Santa Barbara, Grand Canyon and Mecklenberg, Germany.

The concert is about one-hour in length starting at 6 PM, leaving you time to dine out after.  Your concert ticket includes admission to all the museum galleries, so make sure you come early to see our current exhibits.

Our concerts are a unique opportunity to enjoy the Northwest’s leading classical performers up close, in our intimate gallery setting surrounded by beautiful art from the Northwest – the way chamber music was meant to be experienced!

Seating is limited and these concerts often sell-out, so please we suggest reserving your seats well in advance.

 $14 for Museum Members
$20 for Non-Members



With gratitude for our enthusiastic audience, the Music in the Museum volunteers share this short video with you featuring violinist Pamela Liu playing music by J.S. Bach: