“Pan Harmonia is the high standard bearer for the production of excellent concerts performed by area musicians.” – Classical Voice of NC
Pan Harmonia is nationally recognized for its unique work and superb artistry. Our creative vision has garnered support from the North Carolina Arts Council and the National Endowment for the Arts. We champion works by lesser-known composers, especially women and people of color along side beloved classics.
In April 2020, in the spirit of inclusivity, equity and love, artistic director Kate Steinbeck was moved to offer admission-free, pay-as-you-can community concerts.
Ensembles differ with each project. Unique tailor-made experiences can be created for any audience. Our repertoire encompasses world music diversity from the Baroque period to the 21st century. Programs may include woodwinds, brass, strings, guitar, harp, piano, voice and percussion.
We welcome collaborations with other artists, including painters, dancers and storytellers, and we enjoy partnering with a wide array of community groups. Our performances and residencies may span a single day or multiple weeks for a wide spectrum of participants from elementary to college-age students, seniors and families to government organizations and corporations.
Past Community Projects include:
– Support from The Mary Duke Biddle Foundation to create a woodwind quintet mentoring program at AC Reynolds High School, 2014-2016
– GrooveNGuitars, an after-school program supported by a NCAC Arts-in Education grant, to bring in-depth music and guitar instruction to underserved kids in Rutherford County. 2010-2013
– The first chamber music group invited to tour with the NC Arts Council’s cARTwheels program. Pan Harmonia created Fandango, Tango, Huapango, which brought the vibrancy of Latin music, art and dance to more than 10,000 children across North Carolina. 2008-2010
We are passionate sharing about music with audiences of all ages!
Pan Harmonia is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization.
Federal Tax ID 20-1206646