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Seattle Presents Summer Concert Series at City Hall
August 2, 2011, 9:01 am
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Office of Arts & Cultural Affairs
The sun has decided to make a glamorous re-appearance this week in the skies of Seattle. What better way to absorb your year’s worth of vitamin D than simultaneously soaking up some fabulous beats? The Seattle City Hall invites you down every Thursday at noon this month for an outdoor concert, part of the Seattle Presents summer concert series. These lunchtime music performances feature an assorted compilation of musicians and genres, from reggae to samba to funky soul. This Thursday, August 4, enjoy your lunch surrounded by some retro pop with harmony and horns as Curtains for You serenades a midday crowd. Bring your dancing shoes to work and boogie down at City Hall!

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CAROLS, KLEZMER WIND UP SEATTLE PRESENTS’ 2009 FREE LUNCHTIME CONCERT SERIES

Seattle Times
The free lunchtime concert series wraps up this week. This Tuesday, the Medieval Women’s Choir sings Spanish and Italian holiday selections from noon to 1 p.m at the Seattle Municipal Tower. On Thursday, the Klez Kats offer “joyous klezmer, lilting waltzes, mysterious gypsy and Middle Eastern music influenced by Jewish tradition and culture,” from noon to 1 p.m. at Seattle City Hall. The series resumes with a luau Jan. 7, featuring Hawaiian ukulele star Taimane and local ukeleleist Del Rey.



CITY HALL CONCERTS FALL SCHEDULE ANNOUNCED

seattlepresents-eastwestdbltrioOffice of Arts & Cultural Affairs
The fall schedule of Seattle Presents, the noontime performance series at City Hall, was recently announced. Presented by the Office of Arts & Cultural Affairs, the series showcases leading Seattle-area performers in the City Hall Lobby. The fall schedule includes acoustic Latin music from Carlos Cascante, Jovino Santos Neto’s contemporary Brazilian trio, flutist Paul Taub, jazz sextet East West Double Trio and Greg Williamson Large Ensemble, a 15-member group that reinterprets popular music from 1909 using period instruments and large-screen projections of photos from Seattle’s first world’s fair. All events are free and open to the public.