Photo courtesy of Claire Donahue | Parsa Duo, Dale Henderson and Elisabeth Remy Johnson, will perforom at Bloedel Reserve at 6 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 3.

Parsa Duo are year’s last summer concert at Bloedel

Parsa Duo, featuring renowned cellist and “Bach in the Subways” founder Dale Henderson and harpist Elisabeth Remy Johnson, will present the sumptuous sound of cello and harp in an innovative and richly textured classical concert designed to surprise and delight.

The musicians will perform against the beautiful backdrop of Bloedel Reserve, at 6 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 3 on the back lawn.

The program includes classical selections from Ravel, Bartok, Rachmaninov, Piazzolla, Bruch, Williams and others, as well as interesting international folk songs, tangos, and accessible contemporary pieces.

Tickets, on sale now, are $35 for members and $45 for nonmembers.

Visit www.bloedelreserve.org/summerconcerts or call 206-842-7631 to purchase.

Picnics will be allowed, and beer and wine will be for sale.

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