Ryan Dudenbostel

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Bees, music and parades

Test your trivia knowledge in a Trivia Bee hosted by Whatcom Literacy Council. Music from Western Washington University, Bellingham Festival of Music, Bellingham Music Club and Bellingham Symphony Orchestra will inspire you, Bellingham’s Sonja Lee returns with a new band, and the community is…

WWU to perform ‘Music for 18 Musicians’ Feb. 21 at 7:30 p.m. 2019-02-21
‘Orpheus and Euridice’ on stage Jan. 9-10 at WWU

The story’s timeless themes of devoted love and the creation of beauty out of suffering are as relevant now as they were thousands of years ago, says Ryan.

A blend of opera, art song and chamber music, Gordon’s contemporary adaptation of the Orphic tragedy, for soprano, clarinet, and…

On the stage: 'Orpheus and Euridice' 2015-12-23
Marrowstone festival showcases young classical musicians

Ryan Dudenbostel was a student in the Seattle Youth Symphonies Marrowstone program when it was held at Fort Worden in Port Townsend. He’s now one of the faculty conductors and is the chamber music coordinator.

With the program now in its 72nd year, about 200 young musicians from all over…

Chemistry, orchestra and filming in 48 hours 2015-07-22
Symphony Orchestra to play free concert March 9 2015-03-09
Symphony Orchestra to perform free concert Feb. 2 2015-02-02
WWU grad Ryan Dudenbostel conducts Western’s University Orchestra

Ryan Dudenbostel, 32, an Aberdeen native and a Western Washington University graduate, returned to Bellingham as an assistant professor in Western’s music department. He conducts the WWU Orchestra in a free concert at 8 p.m. Monday, November 17, in WWU’s Performing Arts Center.

Marrowstone festival now underway on campus 2014-07-28
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