Arts Listings

Sparks of Glory: Until When?

Sparks of Glory: Until When?

Saturday, March 7 at 2 p.m. Concert Music of Remembrance’s latest free concert-with-commentary features two American and two Israeli composers whose works touch on the emotional struggle of loss and destruction, and the renewal of self and community. Pieces by Eugene Levitas, Marc Lavry, Lori Laitman, and David Stock will be performed by the Seattle(…)

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Les Yeux Noirs

Les Yeux Noirs

Sunday, March 1 from 7-9 p.m. Concert French band Les Yeux Noirs, founded by violin-playing brothers Eric and Olivier Slabiak, combines traditional melodies from Klezmer, Romani music and Gypsy jazz with modern jazz styles and turns them into a dizzying journey through Central European sounds. The dueling violinists perform globally, including here in Seattle at(…)

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Voyage for Madmen

Voyage for Madmen

Opening February 20 Play Written by Rachel Atkins (scriptwriter for “Letters to the Editor”), “Voyage for Madmen” recounts the unbelievable but true story of the Ardeo Theatre Project, a Seattle theater company, which underwent a series of disasters parallel to the plays it was rehearsing. With elements of “The Tempest,” “Frankenstein,” and the true story(…)

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The World Knew: Jan Karski’s Mission for Humanity

The World Knew: Jan Karski’s Mission for Humanity

Sunday, February 1 at 2 p.m. Exhibit Opening Jan Karski was a courier of the Polish Underground State and an emissary for the Polish exiled government. During WWII, Karski secretly traveled to the West to share information about life in occupied Poland and became one of the first people to inform the world of the(…)

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