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ArtsUW Ticket Office Events


E.g., 04/21/2018
E.g., 04/21/2018
Woman playing flute behind woman playing violin
Date
May 24
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May 24

The University of Washington Modern Music Ensemble, Cristina Valdés, director, performs works of our time in several concerts each year. Including repertoire from the early to mid-20th century and beyond, the group focuses on small...

Man in tuxedo playing clarinet solo
Date
May 24
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May 24
The UW Wind Ensemble and Symphonic, Band present their spring quarter concert, performing music by David Maslanka, Igor Stravinsky, and others.
Three drums
Date
May 25
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May 25
Percussion Studies chair Bonnie Whiting directs students from the UW Percussion Studio and Ethnomusicology faculty Shannon Dudley directs the UW Steelpan Ensemble in this end-of-year performance.
Choral singers singing
Date
May 25
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May 25
The University Singers, Women’s Choir, and Men’s Glee Club present their popular year-end concert.
Trio posing in front of building with cello case
Date
May 27
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May 27
Frequency (violinist Michael Jinsoo Lim, violist Melia Watras and cellist Sæunn Thorsteinsdóttir) welcomes special guest violinist Yura Lee, recipient of the prestigious Avery Fisher Career Grant, to the Meany Theater stage. Lee will perform...
four piece band plays in black studio space
Date
May 30
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May 31, 2018
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May 30
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May 31, 2018
Over the past ten years the student-led Improvised Music Project has instigated new directions in Seattle’s jazz and improvised music scene. The annual festival, which groups up-and-coming musicians, faculty all-stars, and seasoned professionals of international...
Conductor conducting
Date
Jun 01
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Jun 01
Giselle Wyers and David Alexander Rahbee lead the combined UW Symphony Orchestra and combined University Choirs in a program of works by Debussy and Brahms, including Debussy’s La damoiselle elue and Brahms’s Ein Deutsches...
Date
Oct 04
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Oct 06, 2018
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Oct 04
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Oct 06, 2018

One of the premier Indian Classical dance ensembles performing today, Nrityagram has the unprecedented distinction of making The New York Times’ “Best Dance of the Year” list two consecutive years in a row (2015, 2016)....

Date
Oct 17
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Oct 17

Marc-André Hamelin’s unrivaled combination of musicianship and technique has earned him legendary status as a pianist and myriad accolades for his ability to shine both in the exploration of unfamiliar music as well as beloved...

Date
Oct 19
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Oct 19

One of the most dazzling flamenco guitarists of his generation, Vicente Amigo has been heralded as the “Sultan of Duende.” Winner of a 2017 Latin Grammy, the Spanish-born composer and virtuoso possesses an ethereal, otherworldly...

Date
Oct 25
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Oct 25

The superb St. Lawrence String Quartet showcases two iconic masters of quartet writing, Haydn and his student Beethoven, as well as John Adams’ first string quartet, inspired by both composers. Haydn single-handedly created the genre...

Date
Nov 03
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Nov 03

Hailed as “one of Asia’s best” by The Los Angeles Times, the Taiwan Philharmonic is an affiliate of the National Chiang Kai-Shek Cultural Center, Taiwan’s leading center for the performing arts. Led by Shao-Chia Lü,...

Date
Nov 08
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Nov 10, 2018
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Nov 08
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Nov 10, 2018

“One of the most innovative troupes on the experimental dance scene,” (The New York Times) Compagnie Käfig performs a dazzling fusion of circus acrobatics, martial arts and virtuoso street dancing. Founded by renowned hip-hop artist...

Date
Nov 13
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Nov 13

Hailed as “the future of chamber music” (Strings), Brooklyn Rider explores the healing properties of music, recognized from ancient Greek civilization to today’s modern neuroscience, and expressed in countless global traditions. The slow movement of...

Date
Nov 16
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Nov 16

From the Carpathian mountains, Kurbasy traces contemporary connections to an archaic past. Making their first ever U.S. tour, the actress-singers are a beautifully blended vocal trio intermixing multi-faceted music, folk-influenced costumes and phantasmagoric images to...

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