Art in Motion dancer Caitlin Leblanc lifts Kennedy Gill to show one of the moves in their contemporary dance performance for the age 15 and under division at the Pacific Northwest Music Festival in the REM Lee Theatre March 28.

Music festival continues to play in the city

Dance wraps up at the Pacific Northwest Music Festival today and participants in other areas take to the stage.

Dance wraps up at the Pacific Northwest Music Festival today and participants in other areas take to the stage.

Strings, Harp and Guitar categories perform at Knox United Theatre all day today and Tuesday and Speech Arts takes over the Evangelical Free Church today and Tuesday as well.

Choral speaking takes the stage Wednesday and Thursday at the theatre and bands set up for teh evening at the REm Lee and the sounds of participants in Woodwind and Brass categories play at Knox United.

Friday and Saturday sees band continue at the REM Lee with Piano categories beginning Saturday evening.

Speech Arts comes to the Evangelical Free Church for Friday and Saturday. And it’s Vocal all Day Saturday at Knox United and Piano on Sunday.

The music festival continues through April 12 at these same three venues.

Classroom music is April 7, Orff April 8-9, music theatre April 9-10.

The festival wraps up with Scholarship night April 11 and Gala night April 12.

Tickets for scholarship and gala nights at Misty River Books.

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