Archive

An Eclectic Easter With the Portland Cello Project

23 Apr 2014 by Dana Wen in Arts & Entertainment, Music

“Ernest Shackleton Loves Me” Kicks Out Your No Good Baby-Daddy

20 Apr 2014 by StefanDW in Theatre

Gillian Flynn talks about Gone Girl, Cool Girls, and more at SAL

18 Apr 2014 by Chris Burlingame in ARTS_FEATURED, Literature

Bumbershoot unveils its non-music, non-comedy lineup…and we have it

16 Apr 2014 by Chris Burlingame in Arts & Entertainment, Literature, Theatre, Visual Arts

Singing Toward Consciousness Beyond The GPS

11 Apr 2014 by StefanDW in Dance

TSB interview: Lily Verlaine and Jasper McCann go Through the Looking Glass

10 Apr 2014 by Chris Burlingame in Dance

TSB interview: Country music legend Kathy Mattea on her 30 year legacy, Appalachia, and “what music is for”

08 Apr 2014 by Chris Burlingame in ARTS_FEATURED, Music

TSB Interview: Director E.L. Katz on Giving Audiences ‘Cheap Thrills’

04 Apr 2014 by Tony Kay in Arts & Entertainment, ARTS_FEATURED, Film & TV

What We’re Hearing This Month: Classical Music Picks For April

04 Apr 2014 by Dana Wen in Arts & Entertainment, Music

Myopia and Moral Neutrality in WET’s The Edge of Our Bodies

03 Apr 2014 by Chris Burlingame in Theatre

Deborah Hay Solos May Not Be Cuddly But They’re Nothing To Fear

02 Apr 2014 by StefanDW in Dance

“SKATERS makes you believe in rock ‘n’ roll again”

01 Apr 2014 by Kelsey Kaufman in Music

Seattle Symphony Cellist Efe Baltacıgil Delights With Dvořák

01 Apr 2014 by Dana Wen in Arts & Entertainment, Music

Seattle Baroque not at its best

31 Mar 2014 by Philippa Kiraly in Music

A Twice-Baked Show in Shadow, Light, and Soil

30 Mar 2014 by StefanDW in Dance

Vanya By Way of Beckett is Inventive and Imperfect

28 Mar 2014 by StefanDW in Theatre

SAM Goes to England for their New Film Series

27 Mar 2014 by Tony Kay in Arts & Entertainment, ARTS_FEATURED, Film & TV

Composers Nat Evans and Leaha Villarreal Bring New Sounds to Wallingford’s Chapel

27 Mar 2014 by Dana Wen in Arts & Entertainment, Music

TSB interview: Seattle Men’s Chorus’s Executive Director on Totally Wicked and more

27 Mar 2014 by Chris Burlingame in ARTS_FEATURED, Music, Theatre

TSB interview: Everett Music Initiative founders on putting their first festival together

26 Mar 2014 by Chris Burlingame in ARTS_FEATURED, Music

Secrets, lies, love, death, and family dysfunction are ready for their close up in Royal Blood

25 Mar 2014 by Chris Burlingame in Theatre

How Swede it is

25 Mar 2014 by Philippa Kiraly in Music

Celebrating Asia with music, dance and fashion

22 Mar 2014 by Philippa Kiraly in Music

It’s Easy to Get Submerged in ‘The Great Flood’

21 Mar 2014 by Tony Kay in Arts & Entertainment, ARTS_FEATURED, Film & TV

A too-rarely heard Composer

18 Mar 2014 by Philippa Kiraly in Music

Live Show Review: Iska Dhaaf at Neumos

17 Mar 2014 by Royal Stuart in Music

Bill Patton Gets Nocturnal with his Latest Record

17 Mar 2014 by Tony Kay in Arts & Entertainment, ARTS_FEATURED, Music

The eclectic choices of Peter Boal

15 Mar 2014 by Philippa Kiraly in Dance

Cataldo: Gilded Oldies Album Review

12 Mar 2014 by Kelsey Kaufman in Music

A Passion concert for Lent

10 Mar 2014 by Philippa Kiraly in Music

The Esoterics Explore the Choral High Seas

08 Mar 2014 by Dana Wen in Arts & Entertainment, Music

Mesmerizing, Meditative Dance from Taiwan

08 Mar 2014 by Philippa Kiraly in ARTS_FEATURED, Dance

Talking About Intimacy From A Distance

08 Mar 2014 by StefanDW in Dance, Theatre

The 5 Best Things That Happened at the Sync Music Video Festival

04 Mar 2014 by Kelsey Kaufman in Arts & Entertainment, ARTS_FEATURED, Film & TV, Music

How Pictures at an Exhibition came to be

04 Mar 2014 by Philippa Kiraly in Arts & Entertainment, Music

What We’re Hearing This Month: Classical Music Concerts for March

03 Mar 2014 by Dana Wen in Arts & Entertainment, ARTS_FEATURED, Music

From the old world to the new

01 Mar 2014 by Philippa Kiraly in Arts & Entertainment, Music

Show review: We Were Promised Jetpacks at Neumos

27 Feb 2014 by Royal Stuart in Arts & Entertainment, Music

Lemolo’s Meagan Grandall Talks About Her (Sort Of) Film Debut

25 Feb 2014 by Tony Kay in Arts & Entertainment, ARTS_FEATURED, Film & TV, Music

Eight off-site AWP events not to miss this week

25 Feb 2014 by Chris Burlingame in Arts & Entertainment, Literature

Seattle Symphony Welcomes New Year with Beethoven & Brahms

03 Jan 2014 by Philippa Kiraly in Arts & Entertainment, Music

Picking the Top 13 Among 2013′s Best Local Music

31 Dec 2013 by Tony Kay in Arts & Entertainment, ARTS_FEATURED, Music

Jon Hopkins Tonight at The Crocodile

30 Dec 2013 by Dusty Henry in Music

An Hour of Peaceful Holiday Song With Choral Arts

22 Dec 2013 by Dana Wen in Arts & Entertainment, Music

Your Live Music Bets for the Weekend of December 20 through the 22nd

20 Dec 2013 by Tony Kay in Arts & Entertainment, ARTS_FEATURED, Music

Comedy Horror Film Festival Adds Fundraising to The Funny and Frightful

13 Dec 2013 by Tony Kay in Arts & Entertainment, ARTS_FEATURED, Film & TV

Seattle Pro Musica Honors Britten’s Legacy With “A Ceremony of Carols”

11 Dec 2013 by Dana Wen in Arts & Entertainment, Music

What We’re Hearing This Holiday Season: Classical Music Picks For Christmas

11 Dec 2013 by Dana Wen in Arts & Entertainment, Music

ACT’s A Christmas Carol is Good Enough

08 Dec 2013 by StefanDW in Arts & Entertainment, Theatre

The Clay Duke Finds The Human in Tragedy at On The Boards

07 Dec 2013 by StefanDW in Arts & Entertainment, Music, Theatre

From Solemn To Sizzling With JP Jofre and the Hard Tango Chamber Band

06 Dec 2013 by Dana Wen in Arts & Entertainment, Music

Christmas Music from the Baroque Era

06 Dec 2013 by Philippa Kiraly in Arts & Entertainment, Music

Wish Scarecrow Video a Happy Birthday This Weekend

06 Dec 2013 by Tony Kay in Arts & Entertainment, ARTS_FEATURED, Film & TV

Change Becomes Them: An Interview with Wire

04 Dec 2013 by Tony Kay in Arts & Entertainment, ARTS_FEATURED, Music

Christmas begins with PNB’s Nutcracker

03 Dec 2013 by Philippa Kiraly in Arts & Entertainment, ARTS_FEATURED, Dance

Hometown Heroes: Kronos Quartet Returns For 40th Anniversary Extravaganza

02 Dec 2013 by Dana Wen in Arts & Entertainment, Music

From Bach to Heavy Metal, Simple Measures Celebrates All Things Cello

27 Nov 2013 by Dana Wen in Arts & Entertainment, ARTS_FEATURED, Music

No Silver Lining in “Sunlight JR.”

22 Nov 2013 by Dusty Henry in Film & TV

A Remarkable Young Quartet in Modigliani

22 Nov 2013 by Philippa Kiraly in Arts & Entertainment, Music

SYSO: An Astonishing Young Orchestra in our Midst

22 Nov 2013 by Philippa Kiraly in Arts & Entertainment, ARTS_FEATURED, Music

Wire Brings their DRILL Festival to Seattle

21 Nov 2013 by Tony Kay in Arts & Entertainment, ARTS_FEATURED, Music

Jewish Renaissance Music Gets “Obscene” with Ensemble Lucidarium

20 Nov 2013 by Philippa Kiraly in Arts & Entertainment, ARTS_FEATURED

Ravenna Woods Journey to the Dark Corners of the Forest

15 Nov 2013 by Tony Kay in Arts & Entertainment, ARTS_FEATURED, Music

Jerome Bel Choreographs a Life in Dance at On The Boards

15 Nov 2013 by StefanDW in Arts & Entertainment

PNB Has Creative Imagination in Spades

14 Nov 2013 by Philippa Kiraly in Arts & Entertainment, Dance

Atlas Genius, TONIGHT at the Neptune

11 Nov 2013 by Kelsey Kaufman in Arts & Entertainment, Music

Vienna’s Choirboys Charm Benaroya Hall

04 Nov 2013 by Philippa Kiraly in Arts & Entertainment, ARTS_FEATURED

What We’re Hearing This Month: Classical Music Picks For November

04 Nov 2013 by Dana Wen in Arts & Entertainment, ARTS_FEATURED, Music

A Blissful Autumn Afternoon With the Seattle Metropolitan Chamber Orchestra

29 Oct 2013 by Dana Wen in Arts & Entertainment, ARTS_FEATURED, Music

Exit/Exist at On The Boards Finds The Whole Man Beneath A Shattered South Africa

25 Oct 2013 by StefanDW in Arts & Entertainment, Dance, Music

Legendary Italian band Goblin gives Seattle Fans a Nerdgasm

25 Oct 2013 by Tony Kay in Arts & Entertainment, ARTS_FEATURED, Music

Daughter of the Regiment: A Lighthearted Opera That’s a Total Romp

21 Oct 2013 by Philippa Kiraly in Arts & Entertainment, Theatre

King Khan & The Shrines

21 Oct 2013 by Dusty Henry in Arts & Entertainment, ARTS_FEATURED, Music

Space Rock Lift-Off: Hypnotikon, Reviewed (Photo Gallery)

18 Oct 2013 by Tony Kay in Arts & Entertainment, ARTS_FEATURED, Music

A Comedienne on the Opera Stage: Joyce Castle

17 Oct 2013 by Philippa Kiraly in Arts & Entertainment, ARTS_FEATURED, Music

Cafe Nordo Revisits The Modern American Chicken

16 Oct 2013 by StefanDW in Arts & Entertainment, ARTS_FEATURED, Theatre

The Emerson Remains, Different But the Same

16 Oct 2013 by Philippa Kiraly in Arts & Entertainment, Music

Please Don’t Encourage Them — Sugar Daddies at ACT

16 Oct 2013 by Courtney Meaker in Arts & Entertainment, ARTS_FEATURED, Theatre

King Khan and The Shrines, Tomorrow at Neumos

15 Oct 2013 by Dusty Henry in Music

Guitar Wolf Generate Killing Jet Noise!! (Photo Gallery)

15 Oct 2013 by Tony Kay in Arts & Entertainment, ARTS_FEATURED, Music

Tradition Advances in StrawShop’s Douglass Paasch Puppet Playhouse

15 Oct 2013 by StefanDW in Arts & Entertainment, Off-Task

A Test of Endurance Pays Off in The Quartet at On The Boards

14 Oct 2013 by StefanDW in Arts & Entertainment

Danish Conductor Dausgaard at Seattle Symphony: Scandinavian Music is Done Justice

14 Oct 2013 by Philippa Kiraly in Arts & Entertainment, Music

The Wizard of Oz‘s Dorothy Glows at the Paramount (and Your Little Dog Too)

14 Oct 2013 by Scott G in ARTS_FEATURED, Theatre

A Symphony of Hope

11 Oct 2013 by Philippa Kiraly in Arts & Entertainment, Music

An Interview With Michael Ian Cummings of SKATERS, Coming Soon to Barboza

11 Oct 2013 by Kelsey Kaufman in Music

The Triple Door Takes an Epic Psychedelic Trip This Weekend

10 Oct 2013 by Tony Kay in Arts & Entertainment, ARTS_FEATURED, Music

Byron Schenkman & Friends Offer a Fascinating Glimpse Into Beethoven’s Early Years

09 Oct 2013 by Dana Wen in Arts & Entertainment, Music

Cumulus Delivers at Record Release Show (Photo Gallery)

08 Oct 2013 by Tony Kay in Arts & Entertainment, ARTS_FEATURED, Music

Blak Cloud: Where the Audience Decides Which Witch Burns

07 Oct 2013 by Rachel Breiwick in Arts & Entertainment, Theatre

Twirling on an Axis

07 Oct 2013 by Philippa Kiraly in Arts & Entertainment, Dance

Choral Arts’ praise of Mary

06 Oct 2013 by Philippa Kiraly in Arts & Entertainment, Music

Mandolin Maestro Chris Thile Celebrates Bach at UW

04 Oct 2013 by Dana Wen in Arts & Entertainment, Music

Halloween Starts Early at the Grand Illusion This Weekend

04 Oct 2013 by Tony Kay in Arts & Entertainment, ARTS_FEATURED, Film & TV

Solid Performance, Predictable Story: Broke-ology at Seattle Public Theatre

04 Oct 2013 by Courtney Meaker in Arts & Entertainment, Theatre

Burger Records Goes to Seattle with a Rocking Burgerama

03 Oct 2013 by Tony Kay in Arts & Entertainment, ARTS_FEATURED, Music

Twyla in the Air

02 Oct 2013 by Philippa Kiraly in Arts & Entertainment, Dance

What We’re Hearing This Month: Classical Music Picks for October

30 Sep 2013 by Dana Wen in Arts & Entertainment, Music

An Interview with Jacco Gardner, Coming Soon to Barboza

26 Sep 2013 by Kelsey Kaufman in Arts & Entertainment, ARTS_FEATURED, Music

Reveling in Ravel

23 Sep 2013 by Philippa Kiraly in Arts & Entertainment, ARTS_FEATURED, Music

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