The improvisational style of Montreal-based Constantinople -- and the vocals of Acadian soprano Suzie LeBlanc -- will bring Strozzi’s baroque cantatas to life. The evening will also feature the instrumental works of Johannes Kapsberger. Event details: http://www.townhallseattle.org/early-music-guild-international-series-presents-constantinople-metamorfosi-musicali/
This acclaimed Berlin-based quartet comes to Town Hall for a collaboration with Natalya Ageyeva, the Russian Chamber Music Foundation’s Artistic Director. They'll perform Tchaikovsky's "String Quartet, No. 1" and other classics.
Student poet/athletes take the stage for performances of their original poetry in this annual event, a culmination of America Scores Seattle’s fall season. Event details: http://www.townhallseattle.org/america-scores-seattle-presents-turn-it-up-12th-annual-poetry-slam/
In recognition of National Law Day, hear a panel discussion on the controversial subject of peremptory challenges and whether or not the jury selection process needs to be revamped. Event details: http://www.townhallseattle.org/king-county-superior-court-presentsimplicit-bias-in-jury-selection/
Spoken word, immense creativity, and aspiring young artists. These are the characteristics of a poetry slam. In the culmination of the 2014 season, Arts Corps presents the annual Youth Speaks Seattle Grand Slam. Event details: http://www.townhallseattle.org/arts-corps-presentsyouth-speaks-seattle-grand-slam/
A consistent sell-out in previous Town Hall appearances, NPR’s “Says You!,” a modern parlor game “of words and whimsy, bluff, and bluster,” keeps the quiz-show tradition alive with new host (and longtime panelist) Barry Nolan.
The visually-impaired dance troupe Articulate Ability feature a variety of Indian dance styles, from the more classical Bharatanatyam, to folk and ritual dance motifs. Their unique choreography showcases their struggles and triumphs as dancers. Event details: http://www.townhallseattle.org/association-for-indias-development-presents-articulate-ability-2/
Visual artist Hamilton’s work will soon be the focus of Waterfront Seattle, in the largest public art commission the city’s ever seen. She’ll discuss her ongoing projects and influences, and offer a glimpse behind her creative process in this special evening.
SBO's Weimann (formerly of the ensemble Tragicomedia) joins forces with Portland Baroque Orchestra’s Huggett for a performance of Bach’s finest work, including sonatas for violin, a partita for solo violin, and “Chromatic Fantasy and Fugue.”