New orchestra delivers wonderful treat

Sunday afternoon I walked into The First Presbyterian Church in Everett to listen to the new Pacifica Chamber Orchestra.

What a wonderful treat!

Fred Chu, the artistic director, had chosen his music wisely and the musicians played with exceptional talent. Chu’s humor and enthusiasm was very contagious as he walked down the aisle playing his violin, reminding me of the Pied Piper.

Everett is so fortunate to have such talented people as Chu and the musicians donating their time and skill to all audiences. They are an inspiration to all.

Thank you, Pacifica Chamber Orchestra!

Betty Savage

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