From Goldmark $23 tickets plus $10 – 4 pours wine tasting March 4th, 8pm (also regular prices March 5th): “The Seattle Symphony’s popular Baroque and Wine concert series features programs of Baroque masterworks with optional wine tastings. For this Bach lovers’ installment of the series, the orchestra will perform Bach’s Brandenburg Concerto No. 3, one of the most acclaimed and beloved orchestral works ever written. In addition, you’ll hear acclaimed Baroque works from Handel, Purcell and Pergolesi. Conductor Stephen Cleobury will lead the symphony, who will be joined by the Northwest Boychoir and soprano Maria Mannisto. This is a great opportunity to partake of some of the best of Baroque music while enjoying pours of exquisite wines, available for purchase before the show in Benaroya Hall’s Grand Lobby.”
Plus: Peter and the Wolf – Family Program with pre-concert activities – $15-20, tickets going fast. March 12th, 11am. “This production, by Really Inventive Stuff, features a vaudeville inspired performance guaranteed to engage and inspire imaginations of all ages.”
Museum of History and Industry
Lobby of Museum of History and Industry (MOHAI). Courtesy of MOHAI.
Living Voices: Hear My Voice – Saturday, March 19, 2 pm and 3:30 pm
Included with admission
“How long was the fight for women’s suffrage? Follow Jessie as she learns about the history of the women who started the movement for women’s right to vote, the new generation continuing the fight, and those who oppose it including her own parents in Hear My Voice. Combines live theatrical performances with archival film, turning history into a moving personal journey. Hear My Voice performances are at 2 pm and 3 pm and will take place on the Joshua Green Foundation Theater on MOHAI’s second floor.”
First Thursdays of the month
this week March 3rd– Free Admission!
Also: a Goldmark special today (with well-priced tickets $16-26 for March 16, 17, 19 and 15th and 26th):
“In this witty and provocative work from George Bernard Shaw, a confrontation locks two strong, unconventional women in an elemental battle. Modern, educated Vivie Warren hasn’t seen her mother Kitty in years. So, when her mother pays her a surprise visit, and sheds some light on the ways in which she was able to sacrifice herself for the sake of her daughter, pulling her out of the London slums, Vivie discovers that Kitty is not the woman she thought she knew … and a battle of wills ensues. Make your way to Seattle’s Center Theatre for the delightfully heartbreaking comedy of Mrs. Warren’s Profession.”
And: For you history buffs, Historic Seattle has a great variety of ongoing programs, tours and lectures throughout the year: Visiting archives, tour of homes and gardens and lectures. Well priced and well done. Check them out: Historic Seattle Events
Still to come: 3 Days Away in Redmond, WA…a great short stay…good Italian food, lots to see and do, and getting some relaxing in on a rainy Valentine’s week-end!