Holiday Sing-Along With Lake Union Civic Orcehstra
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All offers for Family Holiday Concert & Sing-Along have expired.
The last date listed for Family Holiday Concert & Sing-Along was Sunday December 8, 2013 / 2:00pm.
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Town Music artistic director and acclaimed cellist Joshua Roman teams with Grammy-nominated pianist Andrius Zlabys to kick off the season's exciting series of contemporary classical concerts. Along with Australian violinist Susie Park, they'll perform Yevgeniy Sharlat's Piano Quartet and Timo Andres' 2007 work, I Found It by the Sea, as well as the piece that inspired it -- Johannes Brahms' Quartet in G Minor. Yet to turn 30, Andres is one of the hottest talents working today, having won the prestigious ASCAP Young Composer Award in 2013. Lithuanian pianist Zlabys is also a prize-winner, taking home the honor from the Cleveland International Piano Competition, while Roman is the former principal cellist of the Seattle Symphony Orchestra, and as the San Francisco Chronicle raves, "a cellist of extraordinary technical and musical gifts." 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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I thought it had the best Santa ever. Galloping around the hall with the children and sitting with each child after was lovely. Paying for parking had a long line because the machine was tedious.The concert was long for three young children with me,
Children ages 12 and younger will be admitted free with a ticketed adult.
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.)