Arnica String Quartet to Headline January 22 Show
January 10, 2016
Mary’s Woods is pleased to announce that the Arnica String Quartet, a Portland ensemble that includes Shin-young Kwon and Fumino Ando, violins; Charles Noble, viola; Heather Blackburn, cello, will perform on Sunday, January 22, 2017 at 2pm at the Chapel of the Holy Names.
The Arnica String Quartet was founded in 2005 by four leading Portland musicians looking to explore the vastly rewarding repertoire for string quartet. Drawing from extensive experience as orchestral, solo, and chamber music performers, the Arnica Quartet is committed to performances of the highest quality. They have performed on concert series at the University of Portland, Parties of Note, Portland’s Old Church, Pacific University, Oregon Health Sciences University, Camerata Northwest, Astoria’s Liberty Theater, Camerata Musica, Classical Up Close, and Tacoma’s Second City Chamber Series.
Complimentary refreshments─−including wine and cheese─−will be served in the Provincial House Auditorium following the show. Additionally, concertgoers will have the opportunity to meet the artists during the reception and participate in a Q&A.
Individual concert tickets are available online at www.musicinthewoods.org at a rate of $25 per person per concert, or $30 at the door. Season concerts tickets available for purchase as well.
Music in the Woods is an annual concert series offered by Mary’s Woods, a nonprofit organization sponsored by the Sisters of the Holy Names and a trusted provider of housing, health, and vital aging services for older adults. Inspired by the values of the Sisters, Mary’s Woods is committed to the full development for every individual at each life stage. The concert series is one of the many ways Mary’s Woods demonstrates its commitment to vital aging, community building and the celebration of life.
WHAT: Music in the Woods
WHO: Arnica String Quartet
WHEN: January 22, at 2pm
WHERE: Mary’s Woods at Marylhurst, Chapel of the Holy Names
PARKING: Complimentary valet parking at the front of Provincial House