Posts tagged "Music"
A Night at the Palais Garnier

A Night at the Palais Garnier

With hardly a ticket left to the ballet, we visit the Opera House for wind concert of which I only remember the unruly crowd and not a thing about the music.
Unexpected Delights: The Pianola Museum

Unexpected Delights: The Pianola Museum

As is often the case, it is what you are not looking for that turns out the most interesting.
Sumer Is Icumen In

Sumer Is Icumen In

While the anarchists were getting busy to trash our city, a whole different thing was happening over in Gasworks: morris dancing!
This Empty Northern Hemisphere

This Empty Northern Hemisphere

Playing non-stop for the last six weeks, this is a stunning set of love songs, leavings, and sad.
Nixon in China

Nixon in China

A modern opera provides an excuse to visit Vancouver, I just wish I was more excited by it.
“Something about the Summertime”

“Something about the Summertime”

Better in a car and better loud, it's my current favorite band. They're coming to Seattle.
Riding Bikes, Being Sad

Riding Bikes, Being Sad

It's mopey, self-absorbed, high on pathetic whine and pretty much the perfect for sitting with headphones, typing while thinking about something else you'd like to be doing.
Tall Boys at the Market

Tall Boys at the Market

Old-timey music is a big deal in our city and the Tall Boys are some of the best of the younger players.
Brought Sexy Back but Accidently Left in Rental Car

Brought Sexy Back but Accidently Left in Rental Car

When Justin simulated sex on stage, I just cringed a bit for all the teenage girls there with their mothers. The show had everything I thought it might: smooth dance moves, power ballads, and teenagers in a frenzy.