Mukilteo Community Orchestra offers free ‘Sounds of Spring’ concert Sunday

The Mukilteo Community Orchestra presents the “Sounds of Spring,” a free concert at 2 p.m. Sunday at Rosehill Community Center. The program features “La Primavera” from Vivaldi’s Four Seasons with violin soloist Matthew Charles Weiss, a member of the Octava Chamber Orchestra of Lynnwood.

Weiss began playing violin at age 4 and composed his first classical composition as a teenager attending the Northwest School of the Arts, Humanities and Environment.

He later received his degree in violin performance at the University of Washington School of Music.

The orchestra also presents “Two Pieces for Small Orchestra” by Frederick Delius; Alexander Glazunov’s Ballade, Op. 78; Georges Bizet’s L’Arlesienne Suite No. 1 and Suite No. 2. Preconcert music will be performed by the Sound View Horn Trio, beginning at 1:15 p.m.

The Rosehill Community Center is at 304 Lincoln Ave., Mukilteo. Call 425-263-8180 with questions about the concert. For more information, go to www.mukilteoorchestra.org.

More in Life

Using a rod to assist in running wiring through an attic space, Don Thomas, of R&D Handyman Service, works on installing a ceiling fan at a home in SE Everett on Monday, July 24, 2017 in Everett, Wa. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)
                                Don Thomas of R&D Handyman Service installs a ceiling fan at a home in southeast Everett. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)
When fall chores loom, just hand them to the handyman

Here are three local businesses that can help you prepare your home for the rainy season.

And this year’s winners of Everett’s Monte Cristo Awards are…

The awards recognize local homeowners and businesses that take special care of their properties.

‘Happy Death Day’ applies ‘Groundhog Day’ premise on horror genre

Smart writing and Jessica Rothe’s performance make this worth seeing.

Adventurer 1st to finish Race to Alaska on stand-up paddleboard

Karl Kruger will speak about his trip at the Everett Mountaineers Banquet on Nov. 4 in Lynnwood.

Therapy helped ease debilitating pain after injury

Columnist Jennifer Bardsley shares her experiences with complex regional pain syndrome.

How to prune a hydrangea: An exception to the pruning rule

It helps to think of a growing blackberry vine when you’re about to cut back this blooming shrub.

Visiting Germany’s Lutherland, birthplace of Reformation

The sights include the church where the first Protestant service took place in 1521.

Can you top ‘Hamilton’? Author Ron Chernow is about to find out

The notable writer’s latest book, published Oct. 10, is a lengthy biography on Ulysses S. Grant.

Most Read