Local musicians offer festive holiday music

By Kelsey Par - Staff Reporter



Music lovers can get in the holiday spirit with a night full of festive music by the Northwest Symphony Orchestra, Brass Quintet and internationally renowned soloist Natalie Dungey when

Burien Actors Theatre presents a Holiday Concert featuring the brass quintet in chamber-music style.

The Northwest Symphony Orchestra has been featured on National Public Radio as well as the Today Show. The Orchestra is very diverse and has performed with artists Natalie Cole and Alice in Chains.

Trumpeter Dungey is just 17 years old and gained international attention through her Arutunian Trumpet Concerto at the National Trumpet Competition when she was 10.

She has also performed with Christopher O'Reilly on NPR and has performed with several bands and orchestras around the country.

The show is on Dec. 11 and runs from 7:30 to 9:15 p.m. Tickets are $10 for students, $12 for seniors and $15 for general admission

Burien Actors Theatre is at 14051 Fourth Ave. S.W. For more information, visit burienactorstheatre.org or call 206-242-5180.

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