The 5th annual Olympia Witches March Social Justice Protestival has a day packed full of diverse presenters, ceremony, song, dance, workshops, and entertainment for you to enjoy including; Belladonna Laveau Archpriestess of the Aquarian Tabernacle Church, poetry from Robert Lashley, Tela Rose, The Never-ending Tea Bucket, Prism, South Sound Street […]
Since 1988, Lacey Spring Fun Fair has provided FREE activities and entertainment for thousands of visitors. With rides and games, live performances, vendors, and food concessions Fun Fair is a popular community celebration!
With COVID cases on the decline, it’s time for something new. That’s where Christen Greene saw an opportunity. She’s the programmer of a new summer music festival in Olympia, the South Sound Block Party on Port Plaza this August.
A Chorus Line, interrupted for two years but now revived at TLT, is truly one singular sensation.
Coming soon to The Washington Center for the Performing Arts is a touring tribute show, The British Invasion — Live on Stage, which includes Shannon McEldowney on keyboards and vocals alongside six other onstage performers.
Lacey’s Cultural Celebration returns to Saint Martin’s University this month after two years found solely online.
Celebrate World Music Therapy Day with us at noon on March 1 with a short meditation on a beautiful piece of music, Spiegel im Spiegel (Mirror in the Mirror) by Arvo Pärt. Relax with your camera and microphone off and catch a collective breath in community in your busy day […]
Community is the cornerstone of Matthew Melendez’s approach to music and teaching, whether in person or online. He believes music slips past ideology, identity politics and other distancing factors, thereby helping people meet on common ground.
Led by composer/pianist JooWan Kim, hip-hop orchestra Ensemble Mik Nawooj (EMN) creates Meta Music by sampling principles of both hip-hop and classical. Executed with MC/lyricist Sandman, a lyric soprano, flute, clarinet, violin, cello, piano, drums, and bass, the music is rigorous, nuanced, accessible, and free from the dogmas of the […]
Pink Martini’s “little orchestra” draws inspiration from the romantic Hollywood musicals of the 1940s and ’50s and crosses genres to make an eclectic, modern sound. Their arrangements of Latin music, jazz, cabaret and cinema scores come together in a sound that defies categorization, but is guaranteed to get the audience […]