2022 SPECIAL GUEST ARTIST JEREMY DENK
25% of all donations received before January 1 will benefit the Alice Rapasky Memorial Scholarship Fund. Please consider a donation if you haven't contributed already in 2022. Thank you all for your incredible support of Music on the Strait!
FREE LIVESTREAMS RIGHT HERE!
Music on the Strait Concert 2022 Finale:
A World Premiere by Paul Chihara
and works by Mendelssohn and Elgar
September 3, 7pm
don't miss Lisa Bergman's lively pre-concert talk at 6:15pm!
This program is dedicated in loving memory to Alice Anderson Rapasky.
Paul Chihara Duo for Violin and Viola, World Premiere (2022)
Felix Mendelssohn Piano Trio No 1 in D minor, Op 49 (1839)
1809-1847 Molto allegro agitato
Andante con moto tranquillo
Scherzo: Leggiero e vivace
Finale: Allegro assai appasionato
Edward Elgar Piano Quintet in A minor, Op 84 (1918)
1857-1934 Moderato – Allegro
Andante – Allegro
Saeunn Thorsteinsdottir, cello
All donations from this livestream will go directly towards our newly announced Alice Rapasky Memorial Scholarship Fund, which benefits music students in financial need in Clallam County.
Music on the Strait is back!
We are thrilled to announce our 2022 season, featuring five outstanding concerts across two weekends, from August 26 to September 3. We can’t wait to gather and share music with you on our beloved Olympic Peninsula. TICKETS NOW AVAILABLE!
In-person tickets will be limited, but discounted (25% off) tickets are available starting to those who donate $250 or more in 2022. Contributors will also receive a complimentary 2022 Festival poster by the late Dorothea Morgan, celebrated Olympic Peninsula artist.
VIOLIN: Elisa Barston, Kyu-Young Kim, James Garlick
VIOLA: David Auerbach, Richard O'Neill
CELLO: Efe Baltacıgil, Sæunn Thorsteinsdóttir
FLUTE: Demarre McGill
PIANO: Jeremy Denk, George Li
COMPOSER-IN-RESIDENCE: Paul Chihara
EXPLORE OUR 2022 SEASON
Music on the Strait is a world-class music festival in beautiful Port Angeles, Washington. This festival celebrates classical music in the singularly beautiful environment of Olympic National Park and the Salish Sea.