Dave Mason has been performing live shows for more than 50 years. The Seattle Symphony’s Family, School & Community programs are supported by 4Culture, Aetna Casualty & Surety, Alaska Airlines, Citi Community Capital, the Educational Legacy Fund, Hot Chocolate Fund, Moe and Susan Krabbe, the League of American Orchestras, Richard and Molly Nilsson tickets Francine Loeb, Kjristine Lund, the Merriman Family, Music4Life, Music Works Northwest, the National Endowment for the Arts, Peach Foundation, the Peg and Rick Young Foundation, Seattle Pacific University, the Seattle Office of Arts & Culture, Seattle Symphony Volunteers, the Sheri and Les Biller Family Foundation, Christine and Michel Suignard, Atsuhiko and Ina Goodwin Tateuchi Foundation, Ten Grands Seattle, Tulalip Tribes Charitable Fund, the U.S. Bank Foundation, UW Autism Center, Weill Music Institute, Wells Fargo Foundation, the Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati Foundation, the Wyman Youth Trust, and individual contributions to the Seattle Symphony Annual Fund.
Season’s Greenings at the Botanic Garden – During December 2018, on select Tuesday and Thursday evenings, the Conservatory is open until 8 p.m. with live seasonal music from 6 – 8 p.m. Seating will be on a first-come, first served basis and opens around 5:30 p.m. The Conservatory is open every day of the year, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., free of charge. In 2008, they became the first rock band ever to be awarded the prestigious Kennedy Center Honors. Each year, Frisco offers up multiple music festivals and concerts for all music aficionados.
Conducted by incoming Music Director for the Toronto Symphony Orchestra Gustavo Gimeno, the program also includes Shostakovich’s brilliant Symphony No. 1. Written at the age of eighteen, the work is already characteristic of Shostakovich’s trademark style: unafraid, exuberant, and delightfully dramatic. The tradition of concert touring by the music ensembles at Gustavus Adolphus College was established as early as 1878 for the musical, artistic and educational benefit of the student members. Chinatown Summer Nights takes place on the second Saturday of the month: June 8, July 13 and August 10. Each event runs from 5 p.m. to midnight and admission is free.
If there is a show on a Sunday, the box office will open at 3pm and remain open until the end of the show. It also provides tickets for theater and sporting events. Join us for nightly concerts performed by a star-studded lineup during the Washington State Fair. Their music embraces a great eclectic mix of musical styles from the 30s, 40s, 60s, 70s and a touch of the 80s, covering swing, doo wop, Motown, and some of the greatest classic girl group tunes that everyone can relate to. Consummate professionals on stage, they present stellar vocals that families and people of all ages are sure to appreciate and enjoy.
In the early evening, it’s time to gather back at the venue. Unestablished bands and artists are on their own. Download a copy of the 2019 Concerts in the Park schedule Please contact the Parks and Recreation Department at 626-570-3242 with any additional questions about the summer concert series. Queen Nation carries on the musical torch and pays homage to the golden age of vintage Queen concerts. With synthpop songs that sound like candy but lyrics that cut to the core, the Scottish trio has etched out its own special space in pop music.
Washington and his band will be able to stretch their musical muscles on stage at The Lincoln Theatre. On the second Tuesday of every month, the National Gallery of Art music department will release a podcast offering a deeper understanding of all things musical. Songkick sends notifications about concerts and festivals near your current location and allows you to set a reminder to buy a ticket. Concerts take place every Thursday from late October through May at 12:15pm at the First Universalist Church, corner of South Clinton and Court Streets, beginning at 12:15 p.m. and ending at approximately 12:45 p.m. Brown bag lunches are welcome during the performances.