All Tchaikovsky by Lake Union Civic Orchestra at Seattle Town Hall
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The last date listed for All Tchaikovsky was Friday June 15, 2012 / 7:30pm.
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Broaden your musical horizons with a subscription to all five shows in Town Hall Seattle's season of Global Rhythms concerts. Mongolia's Arga Bileg takes the stage in September, a group of ethno-jazz musicians and dancers who update their country's folk songs with Western instruments and electronic elements. Then, Los Texmaniacs and special guest Flaco Jiménez arrive on Halloween to haunt you with their signature fusion of Texas rock, well-cured blues and R&B grooves. The mother-daughter duo of Kekuhi and Kaumakaiwa Kanaka'ole will warm up your wintry heart with a Valentine's Day show featuring their eerily beautiful renditions of contemporary and traditional Hawaiian music. Then it's on to the ethereal Arabic jazz band Hamsaz Ensemble in March and finally, May wraps up the series with the powerfully percussive music and lavishly colorful spectacle of Rup Tung Cack and the Golden Dragon Water Puppet Theatre of Saigon. Please see the full event description for the lineup of dates and times. Learn More
I wore skirt and boots. It was at Town Hall so I expected people to dress down but there were many who were dressed quite nicely. Guess it depends on the performance. :).Seattle Baroque Orchestra: Delirio Amoroso -- Handel's Italian Years dress • Apr 27 2014 star this tip starred
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The symphony will hold its annual silent auction before the concert and during intermission. Peruse and bid on unique dining and travel packages, fine wines, upcoming chamber music performances, artwork, jewelry and more.
Running time is approximately two-and-a-half hours with one intermission.
About the Ticket Supplier: Lake Union Civic OrchestraLUCO is a largely volunteer-run, Seattle-based community orchestra distinguished by superb musicianship, low ticket prices, friendly atmosphere, central location of concerts, and exciting, innovative programming.
Local music critic Christopher DiLaurenti wrote, "LUCO's concerts have a homey feel missing from most classical music gigs; before the show, people laugh and chat casually as if at home. Yet when the music begins, the audience's attention becomes steadfast and quieter than most other orchestral performances I attend." (The Stranger, January, 2008.)