Upcoming Events


E.g., 10/20/2017
E.g., 10/20/2017
Itzhak Perlman
Date
Jan 18
Venue
Jan 18
Since his breakthrough at age 13 on The Ed Sullivan Show, Itzhak Perlman has reigned as the leading violinist of our time, captivating audiences throughout the world and earning accolades from Grammy and Emmy awards...
Pipe organ
Jan 21
Organist at the Korea University of the Arts performs a recital on the UW’s Littlefield Organ.
Juho Pohjonen
Date
Jan 23
Venue
Jan 23
“If we needed proof that exciting new talent is in the pipeline, there was the marvelous American debut of Juho Pohjonen,” declared the The New York Times. Since his U.S. debut, the talented Finnish pianist...
UW Dance Faculty Recital
Date
Jan 24
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Jan 28, 2018
Venue
Third Coast Percussion
Date
Jan 25
Venue
Jan 25
Winner of a 2017 Grammy Award, Third Coast Percussion performs a multi-media work co-commissioned by Meany Center: a new soundtrack for the beloved Canadian film, Paddle to the Sea. Watch the epic journey of...
Raissada
Date
Feb 01
Venue
Feb 01
Winter Quarter Ethnomusicology Visiting Artist Sepideh Raissadat, an internationally renowned Iranian classical vocalist who also plays the sehtar, performs solo and with students in this evening of classical Persian music showcasing her work with UW...
Bill
Date
Feb 01
Venue
Feb 01
DORA: TRAMONTANE (Program A)
This first work from Analogy stems from an oral history Jones conducted with 95-year old Dora Amelan, a French Jewish nurse and survivor of WWII. Dora is a meditation...
Bill T. Jones / Arnie Zane Company
Date
Feb 02
Venue
Feb 02
LANCE: PRETTY AKA THE ESCAPE ARTIST (Program B)
Based on an oral history Jones conducted with his nephew, Lance T. Briggs, this work is a tragic, yet humorous journey through the sex trade, drug use
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Bill T. Jones / Arnie Zane Company
Date
Feb 03
Venue
Feb 03
AMBROS: THE EMIGRANT (Program C)
This final program in Analogy is based on Ambros Adelwarth, a German valet to adissipated, young scion of a wealthy Jewish family, from W. G. Sebald’s celebrated historical novel, The Emigrants. Ambros is an exploration
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Jacob Lawrence Gallery
Date
Jun 27
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Feb 04, 2018
Jun 27
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Feb 04, 2018

Painting + Drawing Professor Zhi Lin has refocused attention on the forgotten yet vital history of the Chinese laborers from an iconic moment in American history. Lin’s paintings carry significant resonance in our region. Through...

Orchestra playing
Date
Feb 05
Venue
Feb 05
Ludovic Morlot and David Alexander Rahbee share conducting duties in this program of music by Rossini, Stravinsky, Beethoven, and Enesco. With UW faculty artists Sæunn Thorsteinsdóttir, cello, and Cristina Valdés, piano, and special guest...
Trio posing with cello and violin on bench at Drumheller Fountain
Date
Feb 07
Venue
Feb 07
Coached by faculty cellist Sæunn Thorsteinsdóttir, Daisha—undergraduates Halie Borror, violin, Daniel Richardson, piano, and Isabella Kodama, cello—perform challenging works from the piano and strings repertoire. ...
hands playing piano
Date
Feb 08
Venue
Feb 08
UW music students perform works for piano.
Guitar
Date
Feb 09
Venue
Feb 09
Students of Michael Partington perform music of Spain, including Manuel de Falla's Siete Canciones Populares Españolas, and Fernando Sor's L'Encouragement.
School of Drama Mainstage Season 2017-18
Date
Feb 13
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Feb 25, 2018
Venue
Feb 13
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Feb 25, 2018
By Caridad Svich
Directed by Amanda Friou, 2nd year MFA director
Part of Seattle Celebrates Shakespeare Festival
 
In a neo-Elizabethan Appalachia, Ophelia rises out of the water, dreaming of Pop-Tarts and imagining how things...

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