Pan Harmonia will again create its popular downtown Walk With Mozart event as part of the Asheville Symphony’s 2019 Amadeus Festival. This year’s stroll, “Pas de Deux,” takes place on Monday, March 18 at 6:30 pm and will be centered around Biltmore Avenue.
This progressive chamber concert begins at the Asheville Museum of Science then strolls to art-filled venues with music celebrating Mozart and more.
Pas de Deux, which means a dance for two, features pairs of Pan Harmonia artists at the following locales around Biltmore Avenue: The Haen Gallery, The AC Hotel and Black Mountain College Museum + Art
After the tour, guests are invited to mix and stargaze with the artists at Capella on 9 at the AC Hotel with tapas and drinks available for purchase. Audience members are encouraged to dress casually, weather appropriate and wear comfortable shoes.
Performers include Kate Steinbeck, flute; Rosalind Buda, bassoon; Mariya Potapova, violin; Amy Brucksch, guitar; Brittnee Siemon, mezzo-soprano; Frances Duff, cello; and Koeun Grace Lee, piano.
Tickets are $27.75 Advance (includes NC sale tax and handling); $33.30 At the door, if available. Visit panharmonia.org/product/march-18-walk-with-wolfgang/ for additional information.
Photo: Kate Steinbeck and Amy Brucksch with their instruments.