Pan Harmonia chamber music series in Asheville, North Carolina, offers a mosaic of concerts, educational residencies and community outreach. Directed by flutist Kate Steinbeck, Asheville’s own award-winning repertory company has been nationally recognized for its artistic excellence and creative vision. It has been consistently chosen “Best of Classical” by the readers of local weekly Mountain Xpress since 2012.
We love bringing our signature mix of chamber music masterpieces and new works to as many listeners as possible through informal performances and adventurous programming. Our work transcends the boundaries of traditional chamber music through eclectic, unpretentious, genre-smashing programs.
Season 17: Coming Up…
Monday, March 13, 6 PM • A Progressive Chamber Music Concert
Walk with Wolfgang
Enjoy a leisurely musical walking tour through downtown Asheville!
Music at 3 different venues, by 3 different ensembles
The Haen Gallery • Asheville Museum of Science • Blue Dream Curry House
Kate Steinbeck, flute • Rosalind Buda, bassoon • Tate Addis, piano • Mariya Potapova, violin
Kara Poorbaugh, viola • Franklin Keel, cello and others!!
Are you familiar with the idea of a progressive dinner party, in which each course is served in a different place? Kate Steinbeck borrowed on that idea for a concert!
You, our dear audience, will gather at the Drhumor building in downtown to be organized into three groups. From there, your group will circulate through three venues – The Haen Gallery, Blue Dream Curry House and the new Asheville Museum of Science, where a different ensemble will be waiting to delight you with a concert portion, before strolling to the next location. At evening’s end, we will all meet up again at the Drhumor building for a sweet treat!
Bassoon Concerto in Bb, K. 191 – WA Mozart
Quartet #3 in G Major, K 156, Presto – WA Mozart
Flute Quartet in A Major, K 298 – – WA Mozart
Quartet #3 in Bb – Joseph Boulogne aka “The Black Mozart”