Weekly Concert Round-up: March 10 – 16

JACK Quartet (Photo: Stephen Poff)

JACK Quartet (Photo: Stephen Poff)

This week’s featured concerts:

Mar. 13 – 15 — Violinist James Ehnes (artistic director of the Seattle Chamber Music Society) joins the Seattle Symphony for Bartók’s Violin Concerto No. 2.

Mar. 14 – 16 — There’s been no shortage of Bach choral works on the calendar this year. Northwest Sinfonietta presents the St. John Passion this weekend, with performances in Seattle, Puyallup, and Tacoma.

Mar. 14 – 23 — Pacific Northwest Ballet‘s Director’s Choice brings four modern works to the McCaw Hall stage, including a world premiere by Chicago-based choreographer Alejandro Cerrudo.

Mar. 15 — New York-based JACK Quartet performs new music by University of Washington composers Richard Karpen and Juan Pampin as part of the UW World Series.

Mar. 15 – 16 — The Medieval Women’s Choir sings ancient and contemporary vocal works in a program inspired by the sun, moon, and stars.

Mar. 16 — Experience Baroque gems by French composer Jean-Philippe Rameau performed by early music experts Byron Schenkman (harpsichord), Ingrid Matthews (violin), and Elisabeth Reed (viola da gamba).

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