On July 25, 2012 Seattle Chamber Music Society (SCMS) presented a free live outdoor concert in Seattle's Volunteer Park. Over 1,800 people attended. Initial survey results indicate that 40% of the population had never attended an SCMS event before. Works by Dvorak and Tchaikovsky were performed.
"...evocative rather than provocative. It's with this spirit - to amuse, amaze, and engage the audience while providing a satisfying challenge to the performer - that I've adapted [Sarasate's] Romanza Andaluza for flute." P.H.Bloom
After 32 years at Broadcast Music, Inc., composer/oboist Ralph N. Jackson has retired from his post as assistant vice president of classical music relations and president of the BMI Foundation. More>