From July 6 to July 30, join Seattle Chamber Music Society and a talented roster of guest artists for this wonderful summer festival — a perennial favorite around Seattle.
Chris Mitchell is a genre-spanning, Grammy-nominated saxophonist. His latest album, I Found Forever, features a collection of romantic bossa nova jazz. (This event is presented by Chris Mitchell.)
While Gad Elmaleh is arguably the most widely known and beloved comedian in Europe, he has now crafted a new stand-up show entirely in English, introducing his singular humor and insight to a new audience.
While Gad Elmaleh is arguably the most widely known and beloved comedian in Europe, he has now embarked on the newest chapter of his career: breaking through to the American audience. For this, he has crafted, Oh My Gad, a new stand-up show entirely in English, building upon the jokes that made him famous overseas and including new observations from his life in America.
To coincide with the occasion of the Chinese Moon Festival, the Guangdong National Orchestra of China (GNOC), presented by China Arts and Entertainment Group (CAEG) is bringing an incandescent new performance to the West Coast: Experience Chinese Music for its North America debut.
Baroque meets Romantic as we juxtapose Bach's F Minor Keyboard Concerto and his G Major "Gamba Sonata" featuring Seattle Symphony principal violist Susan Gulkis-Assadi, with a fantasy for cello and piano by Fanny Mendelssohn-Hensel and Felix Mendelssohn's Piano Trio in C Minor.
As the 32nd Annual Concert in the “East Meets West” concert series, Year of the Monkey continues the series’ tradition of combining favorite orchestrations from China with beloved Western pieces -- all played on beautifully harmonious combinations of traditional instruments hailing from both cultures.