Pan Harmonia offers engaging concerts and community outreach and loves taking music out of the concert hall and into intimate spaces all around the community — from art galleries and historic churches to prisons and homeless shelters. We believe social justice through arts access go hand in hand. We enjoy sharing world-class performances with diverse audiences of all ages.

Directed by flutist Kate Steinbeck, Asheville, NC’s award-winning music repertory company has been nationally acclaimed for its artistic excellence and creative vision. Varied ensembles of winds, strings, voice, guitar, piano and percussion present a wide range of repertoire from iconic masterpieces to beautiful new works.

Our music is sublime and transcendent; our performances inclusive, informal and fun.  Pan Harmonia will change your perception of what classical music can be!

The Corona Virus pandemic forced us to end Season 20 performances prematurely, as the safety of our community and colleagues takes precedence, and so we look back on past performances and offer virtual concerts.

Change is coming!

This month we revisit a performance from 2006 Keowee Chamber Music Festival featuring Undine Smith Moore’s Afro-American Suite (1969) along with works by Adolphus C. Hailstork, Otto Luening and Ernst Bacon interpreted by Kate Steinbeck, flute, Tim Holley, cello, and Dewitt Tipton, piano

And a brief message from Kate Steinbeck

Enjoy the music and stay well. We are all in this together!

As contract workers and self-employed artists, musicians have been particularly hard hit by the economic shut-down.

If you enjoy our music, please consider making a donation to Pan Harmonia. Your support will help our musicians get through this global trauma. Thank you! Thank you!

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