Winners of the WWU Music Competition in honor of Virginia Glover headline April programs. Pictured from left to right are: violist Annti Niemistö (first place winner), clarinetist Fabian Nieto (second place winner), percussionist Alan Schellenberger (third place winner), and horn player Daniel Kavanagh (winner of the Randy Sasnett Prize).
Hear them in a short program on Wednesday morning, April 5, 10:30 am at Trinity Lutheran Church (free and open to the public) or enjoy a full-length program when BMC’s evening series, Night Beat, returns in new location! “Western Treasures — WWU Award Winners and Friends” Thursday, April 13, 7:30 pm, in the WWU PAC Concert Hall. $15 tickets online or at the door. Take-a-teen for free. Free for WWU students with I.D.