Tuned In! Summer Student Festival
Jul
10
Jul 15

Tuned In! Summer Student Festival

Tuned In! Summer Student Festival is an intensive and comprehensive musical learning experience for middle school, high school, and college students. The workshop takes place over 5 and ½ days, with a performance for friends and family on the last day  The Festival environment is fun, nurturing, and noncompetitive, and includes enrichment activities, such as theatre arts and relaxation exercises, as part of the daily schedule.  Students can expect to improve their practicing skills and musicianship, and become more expressive players through the exploration of chamber music. 

Approaching Ecstasy
Jun
10
8:00 pm20:00

Approaching Ecstasy

  • Cornish Playhouse

Don't miss the anxiously-awaited return of the critically-acclaimed production, Approaching Ecstasy. This production features choreography from artistic director, Olivier Wevers in collaboration with Eric Banks and The Esoterics. It incorporates 40 singers, 5 instrumentalists, and 7 dancers and is inspired by the poems of Constantine Cavafy, who lived as a closeted gay man in Egypt at the end of the nineteenth-century. When it premiered in 2012, the Seattle Times said its visually sumptuous and City Arts Magazine found the combination of poetry, dance, and music a bold and successful choice.

"In the hands of artistic director and choreographer Olivier Wevers, Whim W'Him has evolved into one of Seattle's most successful and renowned companies since its establishment in 2009."  Seattle Dances

June 2, 3, 9, and 10, 2017 at the Cornish Playhouse at Seattle Center
Tickets: Starting at $25 Advance | $30 Day of | $15 Student Rush

Approaching Ecstasy
Jun
9
8:00 pm20:00

Approaching Ecstasy

  • Cornish Playhouse

Don't miss the anxiously-awaited return of the critically-acclaimed production, Approaching Ecstasy. This production features choreography from artistic director, Olivier Wevers in collaboration with Eric Banks and The Esoterics. It incorporates 40 singers, 5 instrumentalists, and 7 dancers and is inspired by the poems of Constantine Cavafy, who lived as a closeted gay man in Egypt at the end of the nineteenth-century. When it premiered in 2012, the Seattle Times said its visually sumptuous and City Arts Magazine found the combination of poetry, dance, and music a bold and successful choice.

"In the hands of artistic director and choreographer Olivier Wevers, Whim W'Him has evolved into one of Seattle's most successful and renowned companies since its establishment in 2009."  Seattle Dances

June 2, 3, 9, and 10, 2017 at the Cornish Playhouse at Seattle Center
Tickets: Starting at $25 Advance | $30 Day of | $15 Student Rush

Approaching Ecstasy
Jun
3
8:00 pm20:00

Approaching Ecstasy

  • Cornish Playhouse

Don't miss the anxiously-awaited return of the critically-acclaimed production, Approaching Ecstasy. This production features choreography from artistic director, Olivier Wevers in collaboration with Eric Banks and The Esoterics. It incorporates 40 singers, 5 instrumentalists, and 7 dancers and is inspired by the poems of Constantine Cavafy, who lived as a closeted gay man in Egypt at the end of the nineteenth-century. When it premiered in 2012, the Seattle Times said its visually sumptuous and City Arts Magazine found the combination of poetry, dance, and music a bold and successful choice.

"In the hands of artistic director and choreographer Olivier Wevers, Whim W'Him has evolved into one of Seattle's most successful and renowned companies since its establishment in 2009."  Seattle Dances

June 2, 3, 9, and 10, 2017 at the Cornish Playhouse at Seattle Center
Tickets: Starting at $25 Advance | $30 Day of | $15 Student Rush

Approaching Ecstasy
Jun
2
8:00 pm20:00

Approaching Ecstasy

  • Cornish Playhouse

Don't miss the anxiously-awaited return of the critically-acclaimed production, Approaching Ecstasy. This production features choreography from artistic director, Olivier Wevers in collaboration with Eric Banks and The Esoterics. It incorporates 40 singers, 5 instrumentalists, and 7 dancers and is inspired by the poems of Constantine Cavafy, who lived as a closeted gay man in Egypt at the end of the nineteenth-century. When it premiered in 2012, the Seattle Times said its visually sumptuous and City Arts Magazine found the combination of poetry, dance, and music a bold and successful choice.

"In the hands of artistic director and choreographer Olivier Wevers, Whim W'Him has evolved into one of Seattle's most successful and renowned companies since its establishment in 2009."  Seattle Dances

June 2, 3, 9, and 10, 2017 at the Cornish Playhouse at Seattle Center
Tickets: Starting at $25 Advance | $30 Day of | $15 Student Rush