Over the Rainbow

Hello all!

As April goes skating by, I wanted to let you know about a couple of upcoming concerts:

  • Saturday, April 21, at 4:00 p.m. – Benefit Concert at St. John’s Presbyterian Church in Camas, WA
    This is a Scholarship Fund Benefit Concert sponsored by the  Clark County Music Teachers Association.
    The Vancouver Piano Trio will perform and I will also be playing my arrangement of Over the Rainbow.
    For more information, see the Facebook event page https://www.facebook.com/events/2013454698977452/

Speaking of Over the Rainbow, there are just two weeks left to the publishing contest! If you haven’t had a chance to pick up your copy of my arrangement, you can get it right here https://www.sheetmusicplus.com/title/20705432. You can even leave a review, which helps other people find my music!

  • Saturday, May 12, at 7:00 p.m. Ten Grands – Seattle at Benaroya Hall
    We are taking our Ten Grands show on the road! If you are near Seattle or enjoy driving, I highly recommend this opportunity! Benaroya Hall is a beautiful location and the Seattle Symphony are wonderful hosts!
    Tickets can be found through the Seattle Symphony at https://www.seattlesymphony.org/TenGrands.

In other exciting news, I’ve started a public Facebook page! You can now “like” my page at www.facebook.com/colleenadent to keep up to date with the latest concert info, photos, and news!

Wishing you bountiful, beautiful May flowers!

Colleen

Welcome, 2018

Hello friends, far and wide!

Happy New Year to all of you! I wanted to take a quick moment to let you know that I’ve been quietly working away on a few new projects. Most recently I’ve been turning my attention to arrangements for voice and piano. Several of these arrangements will be performed on Saturday, January 20, 2018, at a concert which is part of the “Classics and Croissants “concert series held at Classic Pianos’ Recital Hall. Janice Johnson, soprano, and Jill Timmons, pianist, will be presenting a program featuring American poets and composers – from the art song to Broadway. I’ll be there and would love to see you there as well! (The concert starts at 10:00 a.m. with refreshments and reception to follow. Reserve your seats with Peggie at Classic Pianos)

While arranging and teaching keeps me busy, I’m also delighted to have performance opportunities! Here’s a quick rundown on when and where I’ll be performing this spring:

Cascadia Composers Debussy Centennial Remembrance Concert – Sunday, March 25.

(Performing with Tatiana Kolchanova, violinist) Concert details to be updated soon.

Ten Grands Performances:

Palm Beach, FL @ Kravis Center – Sunday, February 19, 2018

Portland, OR @ Arlene Schnitzer Auditorium – Saturday, March 30, 2018

Seattle, WA @ Benaroya Hall – Saturday, May 12

Chamber Music Performances:

Vancouver Piano Trio perform Dvorak and Mendelssohn,

March 3, March 4 and March 11

Trio Adrato

Magenta Theater – April 15th

Old Church at Noon Series – April 18th

Victoria Racz, oboe, Dale Tolliver, cello, Colleen Adent, piano

Wishing each and every one of you the best of the best, and I hope to see you in the coming year!

Colleen


Ten Grands 2017

Hello friends! It’s four short weeks away . . . mark your calendars, set a reminder, grab your friends! Saturday, April 15th, 7pm,

You won’t want to miss Ten Grands!

Ten Grands is a benefit concert for Michael Allen Harrison’s Snowman Foundation, a non-profit organization dedicated to providing instruments, instruction and inspiration to deserving children. 

Saturday, April 15th, 7pm
Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall

This will be my 3rd year to participate with Michael Allen Harrison and friends. From jazz to inspirational, from boogie-woogie to classical, you’ll hear terrific performances by some of the area’s top talent.  And, I’ve arranged and will be playing an 8-hands number with three uber-talented teens as well!  It promises to be another great Ten Grands show and I look forward to seeing you there!

Tickets are available here at all levels.

 “The fact that children can make BEAUTIFUL MUSIC is less significant than the fact that music can make BEAUTIFUL CHILDREN!”

http://www.snowmanfoundation.org

Keys to the City

Colleen is one of several pianists slated to perform at Mill Creek Pub in Battle Ground as part of Keys To The City, a fundraising event benefitting the School of Piano Technology for the Blind in Vancouver, WA.

Date: Sunday, Aug 7th, 2016

Time: 6pm – 8pm

Location:  Mill Creek Pub, Battle Ground, WA

TIPS are encouraged!  All tips received will be matched not only once by Mill Creek Pub, but a second time by DeWils in support of the school!  Grab your friends and family and come on down!

The event takes place over 10 days, with different pianists each evening.  For more information, visit thereflector.com