Pacific Chamber Orchestra marks spring with Sunday concert

The Everett-based Pacifica Chamber Orchestra is scheduled to perform its spring concert at 3 p.m. Sunday with a program that includes Igor Stravinsky’s “Eight Instrumental Miniatures.”

Artistic director Fred Chu conducts the orchestra at First Presbyterian Church, 2936 Rockefeller Ave., Everett.

Tickets are $20 general admission and $15 seniors for those age 65 or older and students. Tickets are available in advance through Brown Paper Tickets, www.brownpapertickets.com/event/370616 and at the door on concert day.

The rest of the program includes “Little Music” by Sir Michael Tippett, “Chanson et Danses” by Vincent d’Indy. “Sinfonia” by Gaetono Donizetti and “Serenade” by Josef Suk.

Pacifica Chamber Orchestra performs five subscription concerts each season in Everett along with outreach concerts for elementary students throughout Snohomish County. More information is available at pacificachamberorchestra.org.

The chamber group includes violinists Fred Chu, Katrina Cordi, Anna Fuhrmann-Ferenczy, Amy Gudorf, Yi Ting Guo, Pei Hsaio, Jo Hull, Danae Otterness, Carrie Penner and Neill Warfield; violists Agnes Chen and Hai Nguyen; cellists Erika Pierson, Brianna Lamb and Colin Meek; bassists Brian Hodgson and Ross Gilliland; flutists Lynn Douglas-Nicolet and Barb Oakley; oboists Kara Jamieson and Jennifer Weeks; clarinets Cindy Olsen and Cynthia Ely; bassoons Marenka Dobes and Pat Nelson; and horns Michelle Rockwood and Tonya Harris.

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