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Tuesday, July 9, 2013

You're Invited...

Love Piano Music?

My good friend Peter Morton, a retired Boeing Executive, who shares the gift of flight with Young Eagles, mentors aviation high school students, active in everything aviation is also on the Board of Whidbey Island Center for the Arts (WICA).

Last year my husband and I had a spectacular time on the Island enjoying the music of Walt Wagner. To say it was amazing would be an understatement. I'm sorry we won't be there this year, but one of our Grandson's is turning 2 on July 20th and we will be in Austin.

But I want to help Peter promote their new PianoFest NW event. The music will be outstanding the money goes to a great cause!

Mark your calendar on July 19, 20, and 21, 
to be in beautiful Langley WA. 

Compliments of the WICA Website:

PianoFest NW is a Whidbey Island Center for the ARTS (WICA) fundraiser and you will find it to be an entertaining, educational, and inspiring expression of piano music onWhidbey Island. This festival launches an annual tradition of eclectic keyboard experiences that will grow to embrace the developing talent of young piano students in our community. Your attendance as a patron of PianoFest NW thus contributes to a new and innovative expression of the arts on South Whidbey.

David Lanz

Friday, July 19, 7:30 PM—Grammy-nominated pianist David Lanz, a contemporary instrumental legend whose deeply-felt compositions helped forge the New Age music movement

Walt Wagner
Saturday, July 20, 7:30 PM—Seattle favorite, Walt Wagner with his unique style of pianistic mastery from jazz to classical

Sunday, July 21, 7:30 PM—one piano and three women equal THIRTYFINGERS, a new group of classical pianists, Natalya Ageyeva, Lisa Bergman, and Deborah Dewey, with a performance that defies description and stretches the imagination

Sunday, July 21, 2 PM, Walt Wagner House Concert—an up-close and personal experience featuring Walt Wagner performing performing at an exclusive South Whidbey estate. Enjoy libations and hors d’ oeuvres while you take in the stunning view. Tickets for this WICA fundraiser are limited.

Concert prices $25; Walt Wagner House Concert is $150. All three WICA concerts is $65. Purchase tickets here. You can also call the WICA Ticket Office (360) 221- 8268 or (800) 638-7631.

For more information, please go to the WICA Piano Fest site by clicking HERE. You may purchase tickets on line, or call the WICA Ticket Office (360) 221- 8268 or (800) 638-7631 (Wed – Sat 1.00pm - 6.00pm and 2 hours before curtain).

Living off-Island, you may want to consider a Sunday-only concert package: Attend the Walt Wagner House Concert at a beautiful South Whidbey private home at 2:00 pm; (plan on the noon, 12:30, or 1:00 pm ferry; there will likely be no ferry lines out of Mukilteo), and staying for the THIRTYFINGERS evening concert."

If there is any way you can make it,  
you will not be disappointed! 

Enjoy the journey! 
XO Karlene  

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