Music as a Conversation
With Rhia Foster
June 2020

Music touches us all in ways that are hard to explain. During the pandemic we have craved live music from our favorite musicians, missed meeting in our community choirs and bands, and have desperately wished we could play music with our friends. What makes music so important in times like this? Join Rhia Foster as she explores American music history and music as a conversation. From field hollers to gospel, jazz to hip hop, we’ll explore the backbone and community behind some of America’s most prominent music, the conversations they started, and why music means so much to us- especially in hard times like these.

Rhia Foster, a native of Cashmere, Wa, is the Music Program Director at Wenatchee Valley College. She earned degrees in performance and music business at Berklee College of Music where her love for musicology began. She loves living in the PNW again and enjoys hiking, gardening, and getting to play music with people she loves in the Wenatchee Valley.




A Summer to Light the Path to $75,000

Our biggest fundraising events of the year were cancelled and now you can be the one to help light the path. Along with our celebration of events, we’re asking you to partner with us and help reach our much needed goal of $75k.

If you like this programming and love Icicle Creek, consider making a generous gift today to help keep these programs alive and light the path forward so Icicle Creek Center for the Arts can continue to bring the arts to life. Every gift counts and right now we need your support more than ever.