|Barihunk Zachary Gordin|
Popular barihunk calendar model Zachary Gordin will be performing this weekend at the bucolic Olympic Music Festival, located on a turn-of-the-century dairy farm located on 55 acres of tranquil farmland on Washington state's beautiful Olympic Peninsula.
The singer, who is based in the San Francisco Bay area and performs regularly with the Oakland East Bay Symphony, will be performing Robert Schumann’s “Dichterliebe,” Franz Liszt’s “Liebestraume” and the “Chansons Grises” by Reynaldo Hahn. His program is entitled “Songs and Dances of Love," but from the emails that we receive about the bodybuilding singer, he may want to rename it “Songs and Dances of Lust."
Zachary Gordin sings "Estuans interius" from Carl Orff's Carmina Burana
After Gordin kicks off the festival, concerts will continue every Saturday and Sunday at 2 PM now through September 1st. The concerts take place on hay-bale seating inside a barn with picnicking encouraged on the lawn outside.
Advance tickets to the Olympic Music Festival are $30 for adults for barn seating; $28 for seniors 62 and older and $18 for youth age 7 to 17. At the gate on concert day, those prices go up $3. For lawn seating, there are no advance sales; tickets at the gate are $20 for adults, $14 for youth and free for children 6 and younger.
Visit the Olympic Music Festival online for additional program information.