Winter
 

The morning sunrise, a day in the garden, baseball…summer may be short-lived in the Northwest, but its pleasures are deeply loved. Samuel Barber’s masterpiece, Reincarnations, captures both the season’s calm and intense moments. Eric Whitacre’s A boy and a girl depicts two young lovers alone at the beach. We will close the season with Rossini’s William Tell Overture. Surely
there is no sunnier piece to celebrate summer!

Saturday June 4, 7pm
St. Thomas Episcopal Church
8398 NE 12th Street, Medina

 

Sunday, June 5, 3pm
Shepherd of the Valley Lutheran Church
23855 SE 216th Street, Maple Valley

 

Anonymous – Sumer is icumen in; Burleigh – My Lord, what a mornin'; Guastavino – Viento norte; Thompson – A Girl's Garden; Thompson – The Pasture; Gingrich – The Star of County Down; Badings – Soir d'été; Whitacre – A Boy and a Girl; Piazzolla – Verano porteño; Gingrich – Take me out to the ballgame; Fraley – The Plains; Elgar – As torrents in summer; Barber – Reincarnations; Thompson – The Road Not Taken; Gingrich – William Tell Overture