Adrian King

Adrian King

Young Artist Competition winners to perform Blooming Brilliance April 13-14

Tickets are selling quickly for the Kitsap concerts.

BREMERTON — Bremerton Symphony Association is presenting Young Artist Competition Winners performing Blooming Brilliance at 7:30 p.m. on April 13-14 in Bremerton and Poulsbo.

One concert is already sold out and limited seats remain for the other. Audience members are encouraged to reserve tickets as soon as possible. The April 13 concert takes place at North Point Church, 1779 NE Hostmark St. in Poulsbo.

The sold-out show on April 14 at Bremerton United Methodist Church, 1150 Marine Drive, has stand-by seats to be released at the door. General admission tickets are $24, with discounts available for youth 18 and under, students of any age with valid student ID, active military and groups of eight or more. For tickets call 360-373-1722 or reserve online at bremertonsymphony.org.

The season is sponsored by Kitsap Bank.

Blooming Brilliance showcases the winners of Bremerton Symphony’s Young Artist Competition. For 15 years, this annual competition identifies the finest young musicians in Kitsap County. The finalists are invited to appear as soloists with Bremerton Symphony Orchestra and in solo performances throughout the season.

Student soloists from previous years have gone on to successful careers, according to the association. One recently joined New York Philharmonic and another joined Boston Symphony.

Two sensational pianists, Adrian King and Caleb Winslow, are both recent winners of Bremerton Symphony’s Young Artist Competition, as well as various national competitions. At Blooming Brilliance, these two rising stars will be joined by winners of this year’s competition.

On these two evenings, audience members will hear the winning sonata and solo performances of the competition, including masterworks by Ludwig van Beethoven and Frédérick Chopin, performed by virtuosi of tomorrow, the association said.

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