The Chamber Music Festival wrapped up with more concerts last week, including these:

at the Mazama Store a record-breaking pizza night was in the making, with 104 pizzas baked between 5 and 7 p.m., according to owner Missy LeDuc. Drawing visitors to the store’s courtyard was a free performance by Seattle University’s Fellowship Quartet, featuring Aaron Hauser and Cealice Kennison on cello, Chyna Mapel on viola and Antonio Dowling on violin. Photo by Laurelle Walsh

At the Mazama Store a record-breaking pizza night was in the making, with 104 pizzas baked between 5 and 7 p.m., according to owner Missy LeDuc. Drawing visitors to the store’s courtyard was a free performance by Seattle University’s Fellowship Quartet, featuring Aaron Hauser and Cealice Kennison on cello, Chyna Mapel on viola and Antonio Dowling on violin. Photo by Laurelle Walsh

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Violinist Jing Wang and pianist Ryan MacEvoy McCullough in a piece by Brahms at Signal Hill Ranch. Violinist Antonio Dowling, center, of the Fellowship Quartet from Seattle University, turned pages for the pianist. The Fellowship ensemble also performed around the valley and for musical participants at the Pipestone Summer Music Camp. Photo by Marcy Stamper