Andrew Hamlin raps about the legendary Marzette Watts ESP-Disk release.
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Evan Smith is one of the bright lights in Seattle’s new music and jazz scene. Omar Willey writes some thoughts on his performances at IMPfest and recently at The Box is Empty concert at the Good Shepherd Center in Wallingford.
The Improvised Music Project bring IMPfest back to Seattle for its fifth year. This year: a new venue, and new guests.
Andrew Hamlin pens a beautiful tribute to Crawdaddy! founder and mensch, Paul S. Williams.
Ana Moura brings the newly revived spirit of fado to Seattle audiences.
By the time of this writing, it would be pretty remarkable if you haven’t heard about Sarah Rudinoff and Gretta Harley’s These Streets, the creative duo’s new rock music theatrical experience that is opening at ACT.The scale of their promotional effort is as impressive as everything else about the project. This is due, in no small part, to the women behind the project, with whom The Seattle Star’s José Amador had an opportunity to have a discussion.
Thoughts about the UW World Series so far under new leader Michelle Witt.
In the middle of an intense and challenging tech week, Koch was kind enough to provide some insights on collaboration in dance, choreography, and his version of Rite of Spring, which promises to be exciting on a number of levels.
Thoughtful communities should always value judgment over opinion. Popularity is not a judgment and should never concern anyone thinking about what is beautiful. Push come to shove, I will always encourage what is beautiful over what is popular.
According to the “Unsilent Night” website, Phil Kline composed the piece in 1992, originally as a one-time way to bring back the experience of caroling and combine it “with his love of experimental music.” Because he was working with boomboxes, he wrote the piece to last 45 minutes, or the length of one side of a cassette tape.