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Fred Retires!

My dear friend, colleague, and harpsichordist for Salish Sea Players has decided to retire. We’ve written a nice newsletter with lots of pictures and remininces from Fred that made me cry. I am sad but so happy for him AND … Continue reading

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We are powered by Shunpike!

July 1, 2014 Today we start our journey as a Partner Artist powered by Shunpike. We are really excited. What is a shunpike? Here is a little history from the Shunpike website: The word “shunpike” has its origins in post-colonial … Continue reading

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A Small World–Memories!

October 14, 2014 Update to the original post: We just learned that Anna Solberg Cloud died October 3, 2014. Here is the link to her obituary originally published in the Times: Anna Solberg Cloud  Day 11-Salish Sea Players Celebrations Campaign … Continue reading

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Grams

Last night the Salish Sea Players performed at the Norse Home on Phinney Ridge. I have wanted to play a concert there for a long time. When I was much younger I would perform there quite often with various groups, … Continue reading

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April 2, 2014

April 2, 2014:The Salish Sea Players performed today for the new Memory Care unit at Quail Park in Lynnwood. This is a beautiful facility and had a warm and inviting atmosphere and acoustic. We had worked with Christine, the Activities … Continue reading

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Synchronicity?!

Today I got to be a part of what some would call synchronicity. I had mentioned yesterday to Olga that I really wanted to play at the Columbia Lutheran Home again (we had had such a nice experience there back … Continue reading

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Heros and Hymns

On January 23, 2014 the Salish Sea Players performed at the Foss Home on Greenwood Avenue. We have happily become regulars there but the 23rd  was our first time on the 2nd floor. Here are some of Olga’s impressions of … Continue reading

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Grassroots Thank you

Thank you! Our Groupon Grassroots campaign raised $1,900! Olga, Fred, and I (Linda) are so grateful to all who have supported our Salish Sea Players project. The Grassroots campaign was a one-time experience and I want to thank the Groupon … Continue reading

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Final Day Baroque Memories-Past & Present

http://www.groupon.com/deals/salish-sea-players Today is the final day for our Groupon Grassroots campaign. This has been an amazing experience for us. When I checked our total vouchers sold this morning it was at 181—My fingers are crossed that we can make it … Continue reading

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Ceramics at Prestige; Grassroots

http://www.groupon.com/deals/salish-sea-players Yesterday Olga and I (Linda) performed a duo concert at Prestige Care of Edmonds. This was our third and, sad to say, last performance in this warm and friendly rehabilitation facility. They are closing in June because of some … Continue reading

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