Mostly Nordic Chamber Music Series

Members: $40, Non-members: $45 (Includes Smörgåsbord)
Concert Only: $20 members, $25 non-members.  read more »


Nordic Heritage Museum
3014 N.W. 67th St.

Tully's Folklife Preview

On May 15, Tully’s Coffee will host a free preview concert for Memorial Day weekend’s Northwest Folklife Festival. Much smaller than the Folklife Festival itself, these coffee shop preview shows are designed to reflect the small, low-key areas of the festival where you can discover your new favorite musician. Mark Ward, a versatile musician who plays the guitar and kick drum, and singer/songwriter Tamara Power-Drutis will perform.


Tully's Coffee
2060 N.W. Market St.

High School Rock Night

Taco dinner at 6 p.m. Music starts at 8 p.m. There will be seven bands mostly composed of students, family and staff from Salmon Bay School. All children must be accompanied by an adult. This is a fundraiser for Salmon Bay School to support school activities.


Salmon Bay Eagles
5216 20th Ave. N.W.

Hot Club Sandwich in Concert


Hot Club Sandwich offers "gypsy jazz made fresh," as it celebrates the release of its new CD, "And If Only." The new CD features guest vocals from Dan Hicks added to the mix of the group’s original instrumentals and their own fun-loving vocals.  read more »


Phinney Neighborhood Center
6532 Phinney Ave. N.

Roy Zimmerman in Concert


Ever wonder who was the composer/lyricist behind that hysterical Colbert Report skit? Who was that fabulous voice Amy Goodman played between guests? It was Roy Zimmerman. Just check out his videos on YouTube.
Widely acknowledged as one of the funniest satirical songwriters of our times, the Los Angeles Times says: "Roy Zimmerman displays a lacerating wit and keen awareness of society’s foibles that bring to mind a latter-day Tom Lehrer."
Roy Zimmerman is equally competent at complex musical arrangement, skillful guitar accompaniment, and dynamic vocals.  read more »


Phinney Neighborhood Center
6532 Phinney Ave. N.

Easter-Themed Organ Concert


Richard Lind will be perform an Easter-themed organ concert with selected works by Tournemire, Wider, Dandrieu, Bach and Vierne. Lind, music director and organist, has been at Northminster since 2003. He is a graduate of the Indiana University School of Music, where he earned his Bachelor of Music and Master of Music degrees in organ performance as a student of Clyde Holloway. He has been an active recitalist, both as soloist and accompanist and is also on the music staff at Forest Ridge School of the Sacred Heart in Bellevue.


Northminster Presbyterian Church
7706 25th Ave. N.W.

Ballard High School Jazz Night

Enjoy an evening of jazz music by the very talented students of Ballard High School’s Jazz I, Jazz II, Vocal Jazz, the Jazz Combo and Jazz soloists. Free.


Ballard High School
1418 N.W. 65th St.

Honk! Fest West Music Festival

Honk Fest West is presenting their 3rd annual festival of acoustic, mobile street bands from across North America.

We have 5 stages in the heart of West Seattle! The street will be closed to cars, but open to FUN!
Here's a map and another map with all West Seattle stages and performance schedules!

These events are free to the public!
Donations will be gladly accepted to cover the costs and ensure that the festival can go on.

Let's have a huge Honk! thank you for our sponsors!  read more »


West Seattle Junction
California & Alaska Street
Seattle, WA

BHS Music Alumni Concert

The third bi-annual Ballard High School Music Alumni Concert is always an exciting event and an evening to remember, as current BHS music students perform side by side with BHS musicians from the past six decades to raise funds to support the music program at Ballard High School. The Ballard High School Foundation started this event in 2006, raising more than $15,000. In 2008, the bar was raised a few thousand more. Concert tickets are $20 each, available at the door.  read more »


Ballard High School
1418 N.W. 65th St.

Hejira in Concert

Come and support master musicians Don Baragiano and Ashraf Hakim, and listen to phenomenal guitar-cello duet improvisations as American meets Egyptian music. Donations fund their NYC debut. Drinks and eats available.


Couth Buzzard Books Espresso Buono Cafe
8310 Greenwood Ave. N.
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