BMC · Concerts · Night Beat

BMC and Salish Sea Early Music Festival come together in season’s grand finale

We conclude our BMC is going places! season with a spectacular ensemble from the Salish Sea Early Music Festival led by Artistic Director Jeffrey Cohan.

Jeffrey Cohan, Renaissance flute, John Lenti, theorbo and guitar, Anna Marsh, Renaissance bassoon, and Shula Kleinerman, the NW premier expert on the Renaissance violin, play early 17th-century canzonas – Venetian music inspired by French and Flemish chansons

John Lenti with theorbo

on Wednesday morning, June 5, 10:30am at Trinity Lutheran (free and open to all, with a reception following the program),

and on BMC Night Beat, on Thursday, June 6, 7:30pm at First Congregational Church. Tickets for Night Beat are on sale online, at Village Books, Quist Violins, and at the door before the concert. $20 general; $15 seniors. Take a teen for free!