Yakima Valley Museum

Diversions the 17th Season Presents:


Thursday, January 14, 2016
Brahms, Beethoven, and Franck, Recycled

The piano quartet consisting of Walter Gray (Cello), Stephanie Hsu (Violin), Rachel Swerelow (Viola), and George Lopez (Piano) will perform selections created by each of these composers for a specific instrument and then rearranged specially for this quartet.

Thursday, February 25, 2016
19th Century Songs of Westward Expansion

Moving across the United States from east to west, the Canticus Choral Group, under the direction of Scott Peterson, will perform songs that embody the spirit and emotion of our country’s growth from the Atlantic to the Pacific.

Thursday, March 17, 2016
Local Music Teachers "Exposed"

Al Fischer, a professional singer and choral conductor who has recently moved to the Yakima Valley and now teaches music at McKinley Elementary, has assembled a group of Yakima area music teachers and prepared a program that will feature their individual musical talents and training.

Tickets are $40 per show.

6:00 Supper & Drinks
7:00 Musical Program

NOTE: To accommodate the needs of the performers and caterers...
The back door off the parking lot will not serve as an entrance. All must enter through the museum's main entrance and will be admitted into the Neon Garden promptly at 6:00 P.M.

Before that time, you can queue up in the Jewett Entrance Gallery.
However, if you have difficulty using the museum's main entrance, please call the museum in advance for special entrance arrangements.


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