EGG HARBOR, WI (October 4, 2016) — Birch Creek’s Annual Fall Benefit will take place this October 22, with heavy hors d’oeuvres, light desserts, cash bar and performance from two beloved Birch Creek Faculty: Liam Teague, steel pan, and Faye Seeman, harp, who form the Pangelic Duo.
The Pangelic steel pan and harp Duo offers audiences a fresh and exciting blend of sonorities rarely heard in the world of music. This unique duo steps outside conventional boundaries, playing original compositions, jazz standards and classics with improvisation arranged to compliment each instrument. Steel pan virtuoso Liam Teague offers a color palette of sounds, while harpist Faye Seeman, known for her musical versatility, provides a tapestry of creative ideas for the duo. The Pangelic Duo can be heard in recital at Northern Illinois University, on YouTube, presenting master classes at colleges and universities, and concertizing throughout the Midwest.
The Fall Benefit with Pangelic will be held at Birch Creek’s Juniper Hall, with a 5:30pm social and cash bar, 6:00 hors d’oeuvres, desserts, and 7:00 concert. Tickets for this event will be $50, with all proceeds to benefit Birch Creek students. Order tickets online at birchcreek.org/tickets or call 920.868.3763 for phone orders.
Birch Creek Music Performance Center in Egg Harbor, WI, is a residential summer music academy for advanced young musicians. With a performance emphasis, students are taught by nationally known performers and educators during the day, and perform alongside them in concerts at night. Four sessions focus on Percussion & Steel Band, Symphony, and Big Band Jazz.