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On Loving the Muse and Family

In a new work running this weekend at On the Boards, Evan Flory-Barnes re-tunes the late-night variety show.
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Lisa Prank: Songwriter, Multi-Instrumentalist, One-Woman Show

Lisa Prank started as a tag Robin Edwards wrote on bathroom stalls while on tour with other bands.
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Seven Ways to Hear Handel’s ‘Messiah’ this Season

Garfield High School's orchestra, baroque singers, opera singers, singalongs, choirs, an all mandolin-version...which one is for you?
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Salon Concerts for the 21st Century

With their flexible format and relaxed vibe, classical house concerts can catalyze meaningful conversation and musical innovation, and welcome classical converts.
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Berlioz’s Mass of the Dead Comes to Life

Berlioz’s Requiem was revolutionary for its time—ambitious in scope, earth-shaking in intensity and innovative in orchestration and color. The Seattle Symphony and Chorale perform it Nov. 9 and Nov. 11.
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Emerald City Music: Not Even the Wind…

A world premiere from John Luther Adams launches an impressive second season.
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Musicircus

A performance of John Cage’s Musicircus features music for flower pots.