Saturday, October 17th at 2:30pm on Raizes, host Samia Panni presents Brazilian percussion master Gaúcho and cavaquinho player Naoyuki Sawada.
They will be performing at a Pagode house party with Brazilian percussion master Jorge Alabê, Saturday, October 24th at Jaam Rek Studio in Seattle.
Gaúcho has recently moved to Seattle and is master percussionist at the samba school Escola de Samba Unidos de Seattle.
Saturday at 6:00 pm on Musica de la Raza, tune in for a live performance by Mexico-born contemporary indie folk rocker, Diane Gameros and traditional Mexican folk-musician Edna Vazquez. Both perform at The Royal Room, Sunday 12/14
Local musicians Camelia Jade and Mike Antone are our guests on Sabor!, Saturday, December 13th.
Listen to Jane Siberry play acoustic versions of new and classic songs, and talk with KBCS’ Steve Ramsey about her writing process.
Saturday, April 5th Brazilian guitarist Ian Faquini performs live in the KBCS studios.
Valerie Holt and Anne Mathews, members of the The Lonely Coast, perform live in the KBCS studios. The band performs this Saturday, March 1st, as part of Balkan Night NW at St. Demetrios Greek Church in the Montlake neighborhood of Seattle.
Local Reggae artist Clinton Fearon and members of the Boogie Brown Band perform live on the Reggae Party, Thursday February 27th .
Clinton Fearon releases his new album, Goodness, in France the 24th of March and in the United States on the 17th of May.
The band is also launching a Kickstarter campaign for the Goodness Tour 2014.
The border between ambition and hard luck is a blind spot. We Are All Failing Them is a song cycle, performed live with film and objects, that engages in a sideways view of the curious and spectacular tragedy of the Donner Party. Drawing upon the languages of recital, film and staged séance, this evening-length entertainment asks: what gets left behind along the trail to the Promised Land?
The world premiere of this collaborative work by composer Robin Holcomb, filmmaker Britta Johnson and theater artist Curtis Taylor features performances by Robin Holcomb (piano, voice), Peggy Lee (cello), Danny Barnes (voice, banjo) and Susie Kozawa (sound effects).
Support for this new work provided by 4Culture and The MAP Fund, a program of Creative Capital.
Northwest Film Forum is located at 1515 12th Ave in the Capitol Hill neighborhood of Seattle, on 12th Avenue between Pike & Pine Street.