Over the past few months, we reached out to a number of BMC student competition participants, to ask how they were adapting their academic ambitions to the pandemic’s impact. From our Facebook series YOUNG MUSICIANS ON THE MOVE, three of their responses struck a chord. We’re happy to share them with you. Blaine High School’s… Continue reading The values we share enrich our lives and the community
BMC Board welcomes Isabelle Cormier, Chris Sasnett, Joan Youngquist, John Moffat, Carol Reppun, Charli Daniels, Emily Sasnett, and Sue Gault into new leadership and managerial roles. With impressive credentials, musical knowledge, varied interests and life experiences, they will serve BMC well. At the dawn of our 105th year, we enter a challenging era filled with… Continue reading Incoming Board Members at Work!
The new normal provides a greater awareness and appreciation for the activities that bring joy and laughter into our daily lives. For BMC volunteers, that means a renewed devotion to our mission of providing high-caliber programs for our community and supporting young musicians through our competitions and concerts. Click here to read our special edition… Continue reading BMC Keeps Music Thriving!
Encouraging student musicians has long been a focus of the BMC, and times like these reinforce the importance of that mission. We hope you will find inspiration in a message from BMC President, Charli Daniels. She describes how you have helped the BMC support deserving young high school and college musicians, and how they, in… Continue reading A Time for Reflection and Gratitude
Stressful times become more endurable with music. Whether you are listening to others perform, or creating music yourself, the experience helps keep you grounded and focused, while releasing your spirit to soar. But today, life-saving physical distancing makes access to music all the more challenging. And no one feels this more acutely than our community… Continue reading Inspiring music-teaching for our times
With regret, the Bellingham Music Club cancels the program planned for April 1, 2020. BMC is committed to the safety and well-being of all members and guests. In accordance with recommendations from Whatcom County Health Department, we cancel all activities that would bring a large audience together. We congratulate the young musicians who would have… Continue reading BMC is playing it safe for you.
Join us on to hear winners of BMC High School Strings Competition in honor of Ethel Crook, and BMC High School Piano Competition in honor of Nancy Bussard. Wednesday, March 4, 10:30am at Trinity Lutheran Church, 119 Texas Street, Bellingham. Free and open to the public. All are welcome! This is BMC's gift to the… Continue reading March brings BMC high school award winners of strings and piano competitions
Update: Cellist Colin Carr and pianist Thomas Sauer played a technically masterful and emotionally profound performance of most of Beethoven’s compositions for cello and piano. They received standing ovations before the intermission and again at the conclusion of the concert. This was a very special experience. And the post-concert reception was lots of fun too!… Continue reading World-renowned musicians offer all-Beethoven program on BMC Night Beat
Each year, the Bellingham Music Club encourages young musicians who demonstrate talent, perseverance and fine musicianship with several competitions and coveted awards. BMC presents the best music students of Whatcom County in concert on Wednesday, February 5 at 10:30am at Trinity Lutheran Church, 119 Texas St. in Bellingham. Winners of the BMC H. S. Winds… Continue reading BMC High School Competitions Winners perform at February 5 matinee program!
BMC thanks you for your keen interest and amazing support in 2019! While there is no program in January, we invite you to attend auditions for our coveted student awards. Come and applaud rising stars on Friday nights, 5-8pm at Trinity Lutheran Church, 119 Texas Street. January 10: BMC High School Winds and Percussion… Continue reading We look forward to seeing you in 2020!