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Regular Box Office Hours: Tuesday – Friday 10am – 2pm & three hours prior to any ticketed performance.

The Box Office will be closed Friday, May 24 – Monday, May 27 for the Memorial Day Holiday.

Pacific Northwest OperaThe Ring of NibelungFridays, May 3 & 10    7:30pmSundays, May 5 & 12    3:00pmThe Ring of the Nibelung by Richard Wagner is a brilliant adaptation of Wagner’s epic setting of Norse legends of gods and men, giants and dwarfs, and dragons and birds condensed into one evening.A perfect introduction to the majestic splendor of Wagner’s music drama, it is both a profound moral epic and a ripping great tale. Even those of you who don’t think you like Wagner will be elated and moved.Sung in German with English supertitles.Pre-concert lecture in the concert hall 45 minutes before the performance. Learn about the performance, history, costumes, and more.Tickets

Opening TONIGHT!Don’t miss this condensed version of Wagner’s epic saga which uses musical themes to create a world of gods, heroes, dwarves and giants.

LOCALS NIGHT:Nathaniel TalbotThe Scarlet LocomotiveThe Sky ColonyFriday, May 17      7:30pmTickets: General Admission $10 McIntyre Hall is proud to present some of our most vibrant local songwriters—Nathaniel Talbot (solo acoustic), The Scarlet Locomotive (Americana duo), and The Sky Colony (21st Century folk rock). The evening will close with an all-bands jam.“Talbot pushes our understanding of ourselves through the intensity of his songcraft. Even the instrumental tracks are enough to make you stop what you’re doing and listen.” – No Depression“The Scarlet Locomotive runs out of Bellingham, Washington and the Skagit Valley to parts unknown. The band is powered by fiddle, acoustic guitar, mandolin, and the shared vocals of Arielle Luckmann and Ted O’Connell. Call it `Americana` or `Story  Music` – this duo thrives on songwriting.”“There’s traditional folk song structure, but there’s a kind of unbound playing that sounds fresh and like it comes straight from the front family porch. Instruments seem to be jamming, rather than repeating some well-worn path – Meyer’s electric guitar in particular gives the sound a distinctive twist. Add exact harmonies, an eclectic mix of music styles and you have a heady pastoral sound…” ~ Rob Dickens / Rob Dickens 101 AustraliaTickets

Skagit Symphony Classics ConcertSaturday, May 18       7:30pmWagner’s festive Overture to Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg opens the final concert of the Skagit Symphony’s season, led by Guest Conductor Anna Edwards.Bassoonist Pat Nelson takes the spotlight in a performance of Hummel’s Bassoon Concerto in F Major, and selections from Bizet’s famous Carmen.Pre-concert lecture in the concert hall at 6:45 pm.Tickets

MVHS Instrumental MusicFinale ConcertThursday, May 30       7:00pm Under the direction of Jacob Scherr and Omar Ordonez, the year-end Finale Concert is a culmination of the year’s accomplishments. Students perform in a wide variety of ensembles including Concert Band, Symphonic Band, Wind Ensemble, Orchestra, and more. Tickets are general admission and Pay What You Wish and available the day of show only. Plan to arrive early to avoid the lines at the Box Office!     

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