Viridian Winds in Concert “Musica Polonia”

Viridian Winds in Concert “Musica Polonia”

Seattle’s latest and most exciting word in chamber music is the extraordinary wind ensemble Viridian Winds, who will be presenting a night of “Musica Polonia”. The melodies of a flute, an oboe, a clarinet, a horn, a bassoon, and a piano will seamlessly intertwine in the stylings of Chopin, Bacewicz, Tansman, Muczynski, and Coleman. Buy your tickets now for the chance to savor a diverse musical fare–from scherzos to suites to sonatas.

Since debuting at the 2023 Latino Chamber Music Festival put on by Orquesta Northwest, Viridian Winds has taken the Seattle chamber music world by storm. Founded by Kamil Tarnawczyk, “Musica Polonia” by Viridian Winds showcases some of the best performers from the University of Washington School of Music.  This ensemble features the talents of:

  • Flutist Megan Hutchison
  • Oboist Kamil Tarnawczyk
  • Clarinetist Megan Rideout Redeker 
  • Horn Player Ben Johnson 
  • Bassoonist Rian Morgan
  • Guest Pianist David Lin

The program is as follows: 

  • Valerie Coleman: Umoja (2003)
  • Frédéric Chopin: Selected Works (arr. by Tarnawczyk)
  • Grażyna Bacewicz: Wind Quintet (1932)
  • Fryderyk Chopin: Scherzo Op. 20, No. 1 (1835)
  • Grażyna Bacewicz: Sonata for Oboe and Piano (1937)
  • Aleksander Tansman: Suite for Bassoon and Piano (1960)
  • Robert Muczynski: Duos for Flute and Clarinet (1991)
  • Aleksander Tansman: La danse de la sorcière (1924)

Tickets $25 regular, $15 PHA members, $10 students. You can buy tickets here or at the gate.

More: You can visit flutist Megan Hutchison’s website here. You can visit oboist Kamil Tarnawczyk’s website here

by NS


Starts On

April 19, 2024 - 7:00 pm

Ends On

8:00 pm



Event Tags

Arts, Music


Polish Cultural Center

1714 18th Ave
United States