To fully appreciate this story, you should revisit the account of how Keeley Brooks treated as a prank the phone call from the Wenatchee Symphony informing her that she had won the Angela Schuster Svendsen Memorial Young Musician Competition – and inviting her to perform a violin solo with the symphony (https://methowvalleynews.com/2018/04/18/winthrop-april-18-2018).
Stay busy for the rest of 2016 with a variety of year-end events
You can round out 2016 with entertainment options through the last day of the year and beyond. Here’s a look at what’s happening: Dec. 28: Pianist Lynette Westendorf and Friends in a free performance at 6:30 p.m. in the Sun Mountain Lodge lobby, presented by Cascadia Music. For information, call 997 – 0222. Dec. 29: Maggie Coon, Lynette […]
Proudly wear a poppy and attend Memorial Day ceremony
By Laurelle Walsh
The 36 ladies of American Legion Auxiliary Unit 120 will be out in force this weekend, offering the Legion’s iconic red crêpe-paper poppies that …
Conservancy book features local artists’ work
Copies of The Methow Out My Window, a limited-edition book featuring contributions by many local artists, photographers and writers, will be available in May through the Methow Conservancy. Proceeds from the book will support the Conservancy’s annual operating fund. Only 250 copies of the hand-made, 40-page book will be offered, at a cost of $250 […]
Methow Valley Jazz Choir to present swingin’ tunes in three April concerts
By Laurelle Walsh
Under the direction of an ambitious Liberty Bell High School senior, the new 12-member Methow Valley Jazz Choir will present a program of music from the big band and jazz eras in three concerts: April 8 at Methow Valley United Methodist Church, April 12 in the Liberty Bell High School Commons and April 19 at The Merc Playhouse in Twisp.