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Sat. 08 Dec. 2018

7: 30 PM // Bastyr University Chapel
Vivaldi, Handel, Bach

Joanne Lunn, soprano
Masaaki Suzuki, conductor and harpsichord

Legendary conductor Masaaki Suzuki and his ensemble bring the best of the Baroque period to life through harmonic inspirations from Vivaldi, Handel’s lavish motet Silete Venti featuring soprano Joanne Lunn, and French-inspired dances by Bach.

“...marvelous, and filled with the beauty that makes life worth living.” -San Francisco Classical Voice

Roads to Reconciliation


Join us for open community dialogue and artistic presentations exploring reconciliation from within the African, African American, Latin American, and Caribbean communities. Participants will engage in stories around liberty, reconciliation, hope, love, and faith through a multiplicity of genres in music, spoken word, dance, visual, and dramatic arts. For more information, click here.


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