Feb 15, 2020-
Feb 15, 2020
12:00AM - 12:00AM
Opening Reception for \"Landscape: Awe to Ativism\"
This opening reception will feature performances by a string trio from the Sonoma County Philharonic. Enjoy a glass of wine and light horsd\\\'oeuvres as you view this inspiring art exhibition.
Museum of Sonoma County
Event Description

 Join us for the opening reception of Landscape: Awe to Activism. 
The reception will feature performances by a string trio from the Sonoma County Philharmonic.  Enjoy a glass of wine and light hors d\\\'oeuvres as you view this inspiring art exhibition. 
About the exhibition:
From 19th century California artists inspired by the natural beauty, to contemporary artists who have broken from traditional perspectives and embraced new technologies to address important issues, the artist\\\'s relationship to landscape has evolved. Landscape: Awe to Activism, will explore this relationship through the art of over a dozen artists.
More information:

The Sonoma County Philharmonic comprises 65 musicians who volunteer their time, energy and considerable talents to fulfill their passion and offer their music to the community.  They have presented hundreds of free and low-cost concerts throughout Sonoma County.  The Philharmonic\\\'s full orchestra concerts take place at the Jackson Theater, on the campus of the Sonoma Country Day School.  Their Musical Chairs Program, is a new chamber music series bringing high-quality, live ensemble music directly to groups and organizations in our community throughout Sonoma County. 

String Trio:
Lisa Doyle (violin) 
Michelle Maruyama (violin) 
Kathryn Vast (cello)

Free for members; Non-members $10; Student/Senior $7. 
Preregistration ends at 2pm on the day of the program.

Not a member? Join now and get free admission.

Fee: $0.00

Contact Information
Name: Laura Leipzig     Email:
Phone: 707-579-1500




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