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Sunday, June 23nd • 2:00 PM

Albers Marcovina Vista Gardens
Onsite parking is not available at the gardens. Shuttle access will be available from the following parking lots below. Additional details and a map will be sent to ticketed patrons by email prior to the event:
(access shuttle at one of 4 parking lots below)
Lions Park, 251 Lebo Blvd, Bremerton, WA 98310: 
- Boat Ramp parking lot (across from Oak St. at Lebo Blvd)
- Playground/ball field (corner of Hefner St. & Lebo Blvd)
- Tennis Courts 
Lent Landing, 425 Lebo Blvd, Bremerton, WA 98310

>Click to view parking and shuttle pickup map

Support your symphony in a beautiful outdoor setting! Enjoy a tour of the gardens. Listen to music from chamber groups, chorale members, and youth jazz. Mingle and enjoy refreshments, hors d'oeuvres, and more.

$80 per person

3 hours



Groups Performing...

Simply Brass

Members of the Bremerton Symphony Chorale

BWS Youth Jazz

The Albers Marcovina Vista Gardens

In the summer of 1998, John Albers, and his wife Santica Marcovina, both Research Professors of Medicine at the University of Washington, were touring the Olympic Peninsula and fell in love with a house overlooking the Port Washington Narrows in East Bremerton. Santica was attracted by the house nested on a hillside with a backdrop of a native Madrona and maple woodland while John’s major interest was in the 

two acres of lawn punctuated by old fruit trees remaining from the original orchard. The house was for sale, John and Santica immediately made an offer and after a few months moved from West Seattle to their new location. While Santica was busy in making the house their home, John, an avid gardener, started his plans of transforming the lawn into a garden. Taking advantage of the beautiful Southwest facing slope framed to the west by the Olympic Mountains, John laid out paths of granite steppingstones, without changing the topography, to define the distinct garden areas he had in mind. Different varieties of conifers were first planted in strategic locations to provide backbone and structure to the garden followed by a large variety of trees, shrubs, and perennials.

BSA Musicians

Alan Futterman 
Music Director

Gary Dahl
Associate Conductor

This Season is Sponsored by

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