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POSTPONED – HEAR THE MUSIC, READ THE BOOK WITH GERALD ELIAS

January 7 @ 3:30 pm - 5:00 pm EST

This event has been postponed.

Presented jointly by Early Music Seattle, Trinity Parish Church, and Trinity’s Bookmarks! reading group.
Special Event

Trinity Parish Church | 609 8th Ave, Seattle, WA 98104
Free parking at Skyline | 725 9th Ave, Seattle
Pay as you wish to support EMS programs.

Join acclaimed violinist and author, Gerald Elias, for an afternoon concert of rarely heard masterpieces by Antonio Vivaldi and a presentation of his Vivaldi-inspired mystery novels in the acoustically perfect Parish Hall at Trinity Parish Church. For this fundraising concert for Early Music Seattle, Elias will perform on a Baroque violin, accompanied by Early Music Seattle Executive Director and theorbo player, Gus Denhard. Don’t miss Elias’s second Seattle public performance since relocating here in 2021.

Listen to Northwest Focus Live
Friday, January 6 | 7pm
Catch Gerald Elias and Gus Denhard on KING FM (98.1) radio’s Northwest Focus next Friday. They will be guests on Northwest Focus Live, the classical music radio show that features and promotes performers and organizations in the Pacific Northwest. Gerald and Gus will be talking about the program (Vivaldi sonatas), Gerald’s interesting life in music, and the exciting changes in the works for Early Music Seattle.

Gerald Elias’ New Book
Murder at the Royal Albert, Gerald Elias’s riveting 8th installment of the critically acclaimed Daniel Jacobus mystery series, will leave readers on the edge of their seats. The blind, curmudgeonly violinist Jacobus and his devoted cohorts, Yumi Shinagawa and Nathaniel Williams, link up with Englishman Branwell Small––a questionably trustworthy partner in crime solving––and officious DCI Christopher Mattheson, as they follow every baffling twist and turn, taking the “whodunnit” to an entirely new level of suspense.

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Details

Date:
January 7
Time:
3:30 pm - 5:00 pm EST
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Organizer

Early Music Seattle
Phone:
206-325-7066
Email:
earlymusicseattle.org
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Contact Name
Amy Tullis
Contact Phone
206-325-7066
Contact Email
[email protected]
Performers/Faculty
Gerald Elias and Gus Denhard

Venue

Trinity Parish
609 8th Ave
Seattle, 98104 United States
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Phone:
206-624-5337
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