Ballard Performing Arts Collage Concert presents a “Musical Virtual Smorgasbord of Nonstop Talent” this Friday

by | Jan 21, 2021

The Ballard High School music program has been busy recording and mixing a virtual concert that showcases over a dozen ensembles in a wide variety of styles and that promises to offer a little something for everyone. The free performance airs online Friday, January 22 at 7 p.m.

“It will be a nonstop evening featuring an incredible range of performances from our music ensembles,“ says Courtney Rowley, director of choirs.

A link to the performance will be posted on this page on January 22nd.

Enjoy dinner and a show—Those wishing to enjoy a restaurant meal with the concert can purchase a takeout dinner box ($55, serves 2) from Tom Douglas Restaurants, and a portion of proceeds benefits the performing arts program at Ballard High School.

Boxes will be available for pre-order (with 24-hour notice) and be ready for pickup Wednesday Jan. 20 through Sunday, Jan. 24, between 2-6 p.m. Pick up at the Serious Takeout Ballard Warehouse Kitchen at 14th & 52nd.

The Collage Concert dinner box (serves 2 people) includes:

  • Slab-of-smokey-bacon wrapped savory herb meatloaf
  • Beecher’s cheddar and chive mashed potatoes
  • Big Dinner sweet onion gravy
  • Garlic roasted broccolini
  • Stacy’s Kozy pudding cups

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