Music & Culture
Classical Music Posts
Theaters of the 1920’s were nothing short of magical. Elaborate architecture and stunning decor housed vaudevillian acts and traveling shows for an evening or two, while making way for a rapidly growing hunger in America – a desire for movies. The Lincoln Theater in Mount Vernon was born during this enchanting time of art and growth and today serves as a home to performances and culture in Skagit county. Continue Reading Classical Music Venues With Non-Classical Histories: Mount Vernon’s Lincoln Theater
Midsummer Update! As of the beginning of August, the 2021 season of Northwest summer music festivals finds some fests concluded, some continuing, and some just getting underway. Some continue to stream past performances. Continue Reading Northwest Summer Music Festivals Are Back! Here’s A Guide Of What To Hear And How To Attend
If you’re prepared to immerse yourself in a story rich with character, emotion, symbolism and poetry (both verbal and visual), then you’ll savor this journey. This is a story well worth telling, and watching.
Continue Reading Reeder’s Movie Reviews: Sir Gawain And The Green Knight
NWPB’s Steve Reeder review’s Disney’s latest, long awaited movie, Jungle Cruise. Continue Reading Reeder’s Movie Review: Jungle Cruise
Music and technology – two things you probably can’t live without! But can you tell the difference when given just a name? Is Frescobaldi a composer or music software. Or both! Take a couple moments to see if you can guess composer from music software. Continue Reading Quiz: Composer Or Music Software?
Who needs a concert hall when there’s a barn nearby? Or a brewery? Or an old electric power plant? The Northwest is home to some classical music venues with decidedly non-classical histories. This is the story of Trillium Woods Farm, home of Concerts in the Barn. Continue Reading Classical Music Venues With Non-Classical Histories: Trillium Woods Farm