Olympic Serenade (Manor House Concert Series)
December 26, 2021 @ 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Olympic Serenade String Quartet is a group of classically trained musicians based on Bainbridge Island. They enjoy expanding their repertoire to include numerous styles – contemporary, pop, romantic movie themes and beautiful classical music.
Violinist, Peggy Brady comes to Bainbridge Island with vast experience in the wedding music business. Peggy’s group was in demand in Napa and Sonoma for 15 years. Over those years she has put together a huge list of quartet and trio music with a unique variety of styles. Before moving to Bainbridge, Peggy played in orchestras such as the Braunschweig Staats Oper Orchester, Phoenix Symphony, Marin Symphony, and she was Assistant Concertmaster of the Napa Valley Symphony.
Violinist, Justine Jeanotte was born in Alkmaar, The Netherlands. Since moving to Kitsap County, she has played with the Tacoma Symphony, Kitsap Opera, and Peninsula Ballet Orchestra. Justine is the conductor of the Debut Orchestra of the Bainbridge Island Youth Orchestra. She teaches strings both privately and at the Madrona School. She has played, recorded and toured both nationally and internationally with the bands, “Paundy” and “Before Cars.”
Violist, Mario Alejandro Torres is a conductor, teacher and performer native to San Pedro Sula, Honduras. He and his family recently moved to Bainbridge where he conducts the Bainbridge Symphony Orchestra at Bainbridge Performing Arts. In past years he served in a conducting fellowship with the Seattle Symphony, assisting Maestro Morlot, collaborating with artists Hilary Hahn and John Luther Adams.
Cellist, Priscilla Jones has enjoyed 40+ years teaching and playing in orchestras such as New Mexico Symphony, Chicago Chamber Orchestra, and the Oberursal Orchester. She maintains a private Cello Studio on Bainbridge Island, and enjoys performing locally with Amabile Choir and the Intimate Music Series. She has organized a multi-age group of cellists who call themselves “Cello Mania on Bainbridge.”
This special performance on Boxing Day, will be the only matinee performance a part of the Manor House Concert 2021 Series at Pleasant Beach Village.
Seating: Theater Style seating – on a first come first serve basis.
Food/Drink: Food and drink available prior to performance, during intermission, and after the performance. No service during show time. We have a full service bar available for attendees.
We wanted to let you know that Joe’s Restaurant is open at 4pm for drop-in dining (no reservations taken) with tables seating up to 4 guests. If you’re seated by 5:30 and let our staff know you’re attending the performance, we will make sure you have plenty of time to enjoy Joe’s appetizers, pastas, pizzas, salads and desserts before the event. There will also be a full bar and snacks available at the Manor House starting at 6:30 before the concert, during intermission and from 9-10pm after the show. Thank you for choosing to spend a musical evening with us.
Covid Policy: Masks are required for admittance, and only removed for eating/drinking. We follow the Covid policy guidelines of Washington State and Kitsap county. More information can be found here at: https://kitsappublichealth.org/communityHealth/Covid-19/CoronaVirus.php
ADA Compliance: The Manor House is ADA compliant. We kindly ask guests to come in through the main entrance in the upper parking lot for easy access. We can easily accommodate wheel chairs, and other specific needs. Please contact us directly at email@example.com if you have any special requests
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