Updated: Aug 12, 2021
What a treat for the community at Kruckeberg Botanic Garden on a beautiful evening in Shoreline. Local trio Hyaline showcased their symphonic electronic music in an intimate setting for 150 community members on August 4, 2021.
Hyaline is a collaboration between violinist/composer Bill Panks, violist Aleida Gehrels, and percussionist Jake Ransom.
This is the last of our free Concerts in the Park series for the summer. Although we are incredibly excited to have more live music for the community on August 10, 11, and 14 at Pfingst Animal Acres Park as part of the ShoreLake Battle of the Bands. Tickets now on sale for $5 per night!
Thank you to everyone who came out!
ShoreLake Arts is proud to present this event with major support from Aegis Living of Shoreline and Callahan House, City of Lake Forest Park, City of Shoreline, Kruckeberg Botanic Garden, and individual donors, like you.