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PHOTOS: Highline High Track vs Renton by 10-year old Photographer Isabel

2 hours 43 min ago

[EDITOR’S NOTEThe following article is another from our youngest-ever Contributor – 10-year old Isabel Herbruger – who has been submitting stories and photos as part of her effort to earn a Girl Scout badge for journalism, as well as qualify for a 4H photography project. We encourage residents of all ages to submit stories and photos for posting – for consideration, please email yours to [email protected]!]

Photos and Story by Isabel Herbruger, age 10

The Pirates took on Foster Bulldogs at Renton Memorial Stadium on Thursday, March 26, 2015.

There were some frustrating moments between other teams when runners missed the relay baton transfers and a close finish between a couple of Pirates made it a fun afternoon in the sun.

Hurdles were exciting because I found a great spot to get photos from and not interfere with the runners.

Click images to see larger versions/slideshow:

The unofficial scores posted on Seamount League this morning say Highline Boys lost a close one (63-72) and the Lady Pirates won (81-37).

The next meet is 3:30 p.m. on Thursday, April 2, 2015 at Highline Memorial Stadium.

For more photos, visit https://www.facebook.com/pages/Highline-Pirate-Track-Field-by-Isabel/1624565417777378

– Isabel Herbruger
Age 10
Unofficial Pirate Sport Photographer

PHOTOS: Our 10-year old Photographer shoots Highline High’s Track & Field

Thu, 03/26/2015 - 07:17

[EDITOR’S NOTEThe following article is another from our youngest-ever Contributor – 10-year old Isabel Herbruger – who has been submitting stories and photos as part of her effort to earn a Girl Scout badge for journalism, as well as qualify for a 4H photography project. She also has three brothers on the Highline wrestling team. We encourage residents of all ages to submit stories and photos for posting – for consideration, please email yours to [email protected]!]

Photos and Story by Isabel Herbruger, age 10

Track season started last Friday (March 20) with a Highline Schools Jamboree at Memorial Field.

These are some of my best shots from the event (click images to see larger versions/slideshow):

There was always something happening on different parts of the field, so it was hard to figure out how to get good photos and the scores too.

The next meet for Highline is at Renton Memorial Stadium this Thursday, March 26, at 3:30 p.m.

I started a new community Facebook page for the rest of the good track photos and stories I get:


– Isabel Herbruger
Age 10
Unofficial Pirate Sport Photographer

REMINDER: The 3rd annual Burien UFO Festival is just one week away!

Wed, 03/25/2015 - 12:12

Click here to view the embedded video.

REMINDER: Have you got your costume ready yet? The 3rd annual Burien UFO Festival (‘BUFO’) will be a week from tonight – Wednesday, April 1 (April Fool’s Day) – starting at 6 p.m. in Olde Burien!

This year, expect some new surprises – including a film festival – at this growing, fun and creative outdoor party in front of the Tin Room, including:

  • The first-ever Burien Film Festival (with a $2,500 prize) with an outdoor screening
  • Outdoor Street Party with Beer Garden
  • Kids’ face painting, inflatables and crafts
  • Bring-your-0wn UFO contest
  • Share your UFO stories on stage
  • Flash Mob
  • Photo Booth
  • Live music
  • Costume Fashion Show – Best Man/Woman In Black, Alien and Spock (see other costume ideas here)
  • Spock’s Funeral
  • Live music from the Super Sonic Soul Pimps

Click here to view the embedded video.

For more information, visit https://www.facebook.com/BurienUFOFestival

SAVE THE DATES: The 16th Normandy Park Arts Festival will be May 2-3

Tue, 03/24/2015 - 13:35

From our sister site The Normandy Park Blog:

The City of Normandy Park, along with the Normandy Park Arts Commission announced the dates of their 16th annual Arts Festival as Saturday May 2 and Sunday May 3!

In previous years, the festival has been held on the first weekend of June, but due to the input of teachers, vendors and artists, organizers are moving the show up a month to kick off the art and festival season.

Read the full story here.

South Sound Piano’s annual free Recital will be Monday night, March 30

Mon, 03/23/2015 - 07:30

South Sound Piano’s annual Recital – which is FREE – will be Monday, March 30, starting at 7 p.m. at the Highline Performing Arts Center.

This free, open concert is a public performance where students perform a piece by memory. It is a terrific opportunity for students to perform on stage, in front of their community, with all of their friends and family in the audience, supporting their achievements.

“Come hear local students perform an array of piano music from the last 200 years!”

The Highline Performing Arts Center is located at 401 S. 152nd Street, next to Highline High School.

Thursday night will be Comedy Night with 2 shows at the Tin Room Bar & Theater

Sun, 03/22/2015 - 12:55

Advertiser the Tin Room Bar & Theater will be holding its monthly Comedy Night this Thursday, March 26, with two shows – 6 p.m. and 8 p.m.

Headlining will be Kortney Shane Williams, featuring Billy Anderson and Emcee Anthony Calderon.

Tickets are $14.95 each, and are available at the bar, located at 923 SW 152nd Street in Olde Burien.

For more info, call (206) 242-8040 or visit http://tintheater.com.

Also, be sure to “Like” them on Facebook here: https://www.facebook.com/tinroombarandtheater

Still time to vote for Artists United favorite at Burien Arts Gallery

Sat, 03/21/2015 - 16:00

The Artists United Juried Show is in full swing at the Burien Arts Gallery for the month of March, and the following prizes were awarded:

  • 1st Place Painting – Nancy Bogni – “The Ballerina”
  • 2nd Place Painting – Vic Kimsey – “Palouse Palette”
  • 3rd Place Painting – Nancy Bogni – “Des Moines Sunset”
  • 1st Place Photography – Stan Lane – “Still Life”
  • Glendale Heating Vendor Award – Judy Lane – “Raven Winter”
  • Flax Seed Vendor Award – Janet Price – “Chama River Hunters”

The voting for the People’s Choice will continue throughout the month. Be sure to come to the gallery to vote for your favorite artwork!

The exhibit runs through March 29.

The Juried Art Show is a members-only event. Well-known Seattle artist Pam Ingalls juried the artwork. Pam, whose work may be viewed at www.pamingalls.com also is display one of her works at the exhibit.

Normally, Artists United members display their work in a section of the gallery along with rotating monthly exhibits curated by the Burien Arts Association.

Since 1949, Artists United’s mission has been to provide an organization in which artists work together, encourage each other’s creativity, and bring art to South King County.

The members work in a variety of styles and media, including watercolor, acrylic, oil, pastel, mixed media, photography, pottery, printmaking, glass and jewelry.

The Burien Arts Gallery, located at 826 SW 152nd Street in Olde Burien, is open Wednesday through Saturday, Noon-6 p.m. and Sunday, noon-4 p.m. The Gallery is closed Monday and Tuesday.

More information at www.burienarts.org or 206-244-7808.

Stunning jewelry from five Artists a welcome addition to Burien Arts Gallery

Tue, 03/17/2015 - 10:34

The Burien Arts Gallery is now also offering stunning jewelry from five talented artists.

The affordable wearable art, created by Checha, Bob Hoffmeyer, Amy Reeves Silvana Segulja and Victoria Leep, is on display at the Gallery, 826 S.W. 152nd Street in Olde Burien.

Checha grew up in Yugoslavia and moved to Seattle to pursue an architecture and interior design career. After years of collecting fine jewelry, she began making her own, exploring architectural forms and materials in unexpected scale.

“My jewelry is intended for those who are not afraid to make a statement and draw attention,” Checha declares.

After a long business career and many years of purchasing glass art, West Seattle artist Bob Hoffmeyer started creating lamp work and fused glass pendants, beads and jewelry.

“Sometimes what emerges are expressions of scenes and the infinite color variations of nature. ” Bob reports. “Other times, the pendants and beads seem to reflect aspects of the human experience of life. They can be variously playful, elegant, flamboyant, reserved and, often, ethereal. Whatever else it expresses, always the glass is alive and sensuous to the touch.”

After earning a degree in metals at University of Washington, Amy Reeves worked as a professional in fine jewelry for many years. Since 2009, she has been the sole proprietor of Tacoma Metal Arts Center as well as teaching classes in jewelry making.

“My work explores the relationship between the manmade and the natural, and draws influence from the structures and surfaces of botanical and anatomical objects,” Amy explains.

Silvana Segulja travels internationally collecting beautiful beads that she handpicks to use in her jewelry. Since beginning Silvana Segulja Design in 1999 she has continued to collect gemstones, pearls, Murano glass, and much more.

Her jewelry is inspired by nature, which is expressed in the subtle movement of each piece.

Victoria Leep, from the Upper Peninsula of Michigan, creates using the birch bark from fallen trees along the shores of Lake Superior. Utilizing the bark in all of its varied tones, feathers, pearls, semi-precious stones, leather and steel she designs one of a kind necklaces and super lightweight earrings.

Her walks along the shore during all seasons of the year provide her inspiration.

The Gallery is open Wednesday-Saturday, noon-6 p.m. and Sunday, noon-4 p.m. It is closed Monday and Tuesday.

More information is available at www.burienarts.org or 206-244-7808.

Burien City Council awards Eric Mathison its 2015 ‘Citizen of the Year’ award

Mon, 03/16/2015 - 19:51

Photos of Eric Mathison from his Facebook page.

At Monday night’s City Council meeting, Eric Mathison was named as Burien’s 2015 “Citizen of the Year.”

Mathison, who recently retired as Editor for the Highline Times, was unanimously voted as the sole award winner.

He currently serves on the city’s Parks & Recreation Citizen’s Advisory Board, as well as volunteering as Secretary for the Burien Arts Association.

The Mathison family has deep roots in Burien, once owning five acres where what is now Mathison Park at 533 S. 146th Street. The Mathison children had many adventures on the property – climbing trees, building forts, and picking fruit from their gardens.

“Just because we lived on five acres on the top of a hill, I don’t want you to think we were rich snobs,” Eric said on the city’s website. “My dad was a Boeing middle manager. My mom took care of five kids and volunteered in the community. My parents were into voluntary simplicity before voluntary simplicity was cool.”

Mathison’s award earns him the right to serve as Grand Marshal in the city’s Independence Day Parade on July 4.

Seattle P-I: Investigation of Maury Island UFO ‘Incident’ haunted by coincidence

Mon, 03/16/2015 - 12:44

The Seattle P-I on Sunday posted a very interesting story about the local film “The Maury Island Incident,” in which journalist Jake Ellison dives deep into a ‘rabbit hole’ about the 1947 UFO case and uncovers some great new information about an FBI agent.

“But soon after my first interview with the moviemakers, I found myself on a little trip through the looking glass into a world where coincidence spawns suspicion, and fact and myth get all tangled up,” Ellison writes, “…when I settled in to do a brief story on the movie’s latest successes … a simple question derailed me for a spell: Did the FBI agent who wrote the declassified FBI memos central to the movie even exist?”

The film, which was shot in Burien, Des Moines, Tukwila and off the waters of Maury Island, world premiered last year at the Big Island Film Festival in Hawaii, then had its North American premiere at the Seattle International Film Festival. Since then it has played over a dozen festivals and screenings, and won two awards – audience choice award for “Best Short” at the Gig Harbor Film Festival, and “Best Short” at the International UFO Congress in Tempe, AZ. It also premiered as Indieflix’ first “Original Series” and six webisodes can be seen for free on Hulu here.

The film will screen next at the Burien UFO Festival on April 1st.

Read Jake’s full story – which includes a video interview with filmmakers Steve Edmiston and Scott Schaefer – here.

The Raucous Band will rock out at The Cove’s Country/Western Dance March 21

Fri, 03/13/2015 - 12:32

The Raucous Band will be rockin’ the music for the Normandy Park Community Club’s 2nd Annual Country-Western Barn Dance, which is being held on Saturday night, March 21.

This evening will include a full dinner starting at 7 p.m., with music and dancing starting at 8 p.m.

Also, country/western and line dance lessons are being taught by Dale & Suzy Lindeke, with the final session set for 7:30 p.m. TONIGHT – Friday, March 13. The cost is $10 per dancer.

Tickets are available in advance for $25.00 by calling 206-242-3778, and are available at the door on March 21 for $30.00. Ticket prices includes the dinner.

It is open to the public and beer will be served, but you can also BYOB if you desire.

“Here’s a great opportunity to put on your country attire, your boots (or just come as you wish) and kick around the huge Cove building dance floor to the country/pop tunes of the Raucous Band,” reads an announcement. “It will be a fun night for everyone!”

For more information, visit http://www.npcove.org/2015/western-dance/

The Cove (aka The Normandy Park Community Club) is located at:

1500 SW Shorebrook Drive
Normandy Park, WA 98166

Here’s a video of The Raucous Band in action:

Click here to view the embedded video.

Meet Author Theresa McCormick at Page 2 Books TONIGHT at 7 p.m.

Thu, 03/12/2015 - 10:34

Meet Theresa McCormick, Author of “A Far Cry From Here” at Page 2 Books TONIGHT – Thursday, March 12 – at 7 p.m.

Seattle author Theresa McCormick’s memoir takes readers to her girlhood in rural Texas, growing up in rural Texas in a fundamentalist Christian family with all their complex relationships, limitations and strengths. It’s a story of discovery of her own spiritual life and transformation into a feminist activist womanhood as a professor, writer and artist, and reconciliation with her family.

Come meet the author, hear her story and have her sign copies of her book for you.

Thursday March 12 7 p.m.

Page 2 Books is located at 457 SW 152nd Street · 206-248-7248 · page2books.com

Burien UFO Festival to feature original short movies as part of new Film Festival

Wed, 03/11/2015 - 15:15

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This year, the Burien UFO Festival (‘BUFO’) – set for Wednesday, April 1 – will introduce the first-ever Burien Film Festival, featuring locally-made short, sci-fi themed films vying for a $2,500 cash prize.

Created by John White and Shelli Park, with help from Renatta Emerson, BUFO’s new category will showcase original new films made just for this competition, which will be screened on a big screen outside on SW 152nd Street in Olde Burien!

Filmmakers have been tasked with shooting their productions in Burien, showing off local businesses and using a general theme involving UFOs, aliens, Men/Women in Black, conspiracies, chase scenes and more.

Here’s a trailer that showcases the first batch of entries (photos courtesy Michael Brunk):

Click here to view the embedded video.

Here’s one for “Missing,” by Alex Williams:

“MISSING” – A Burien UFO Festival Film from Alex Williams on Vimeo.

Here’s what else to expect (along with the unexpected) at this year’s BUFO:

This year, expect some new surprises – including a film festival – at this growing, fun and creative outdoor party in front of the Tin Room, including:

  • The first-ever Burien Film Festival (with a $2,500 prize) with an outdoor screening!
  • Outdoor Street Party with Beer Gardens
  • Kids’ face painting, inflatables and crafts
  • Bring-your-own UFO contest
  • Share your UFO stories on stage
  • Flash Mob
  • Spock’s Funeral!
  • Photo Booth
  • Live music from the Super Sonic Soul Pimps!
  • Costume Fashion Show – Best Man/Woman In Black, Alien and Spock (see other costume ideas here)
  • Screening of “The Maury Island Incident”

For more information, visit https://www.facebook.com/BurienUFOFestival

Kennedy Catholic High School’s ‘Good News’ musical will be March 19-22

Tue, 03/10/2015 - 09:47

The Fine Arts Department at Kennedy Catholic High School is pleased to present the spring musical ‘Good News,’ which will run from March 19-22 at the Highline Performing Arts Center in Burien.

‘Good News’ opened in 1927 on Broadway, and is based on a book by Laurence Schwab and B.G. DeSylva, with lyrics by DeSylva and Lew Brown and music by Ray Henderson.

The story is set in the Roaring Twenties at Tait College, where football star falls in love with a studious coed, who is tutoring him so he can pass astronomy and be eligible to play in the big game.

BUY TICKETS ONLINE HERE: http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/1198313

  • Students $12
  • Seniors $10

Tickets may also be purchased through the main office at Kennedy Catholic High School at 206.246.0500.

PHOTOS: 10-year old Isabel Herbruger’s final pics of Highline High Wrestling

Mon, 03/09/2015 - 18:24

[EDITOR’S NOTEThe following article is another from our youngest-ever Contributor – 10-year old Isabel Herbruger – who has been submitting stories and photos as part of her effort to earn a Girl Scout badge for journalism, as well as qualify for a 4H photography project. She also has three brothers on the Highline wrestling team. We encourage residents of all ages to submit stories and photos for posting – for consideration, please email yours to [email protected]!]

Photos and Story by Isabel Herbruger, age 10

Dear Pirates and fans,

This concludes my adventures in Pirate Wrestling for this year (click images to see larger versions/slideshow):

This season, I learned a lot about taking better photos and writing good stories to go with them. The more I learned about wrestling moves, the better I got at knowing when something exciting would happen. I also learned a lot about camera settings and a little about which lens to use. My photos got less blurry during the season and I kept getting lots and lots of great shots each week instead of just a few great shots.

It was really neat to be able to give each of the Seniors a special photo of themselves during the season at their award ceremony. I even had a nice photo college I was able to share with each of the coaches. I was surprised when they thanked me at the award potluck.

I am also very thankful for the help from the following people this season who helped me accomplish all of this:

  • Mr. Scott Schaefer from The B-town Blog, for publishing my photos and articles.
  • Mr. David Willoughby from Seamont Athletics, for advice on taking better shots and granting permission to upload photos to that site. He was also helpful in helping get the media pass for State.
  • Mr. Conor Laffey from WIAA, for taking a chance on me and granting a one day media pass at State to take photos. I hope I exceeded his expectations.
  • Ms. Box, the Highline High School Athletic Director, who said I was worthy of the media pass at State because I take good photos.
  • Mr. Kurt Howard, who loaned me a lens during the season and a special lens during State to help me take even better photos. He also spent time giving me pointers on how to change my camera settings in the different school gyms.
  • The Pirate Coaches, they let me follow them at tournaments and matches. I really felt like I was part of the team, even though I was way too young!

And finally a big thank you to the Pirate Wrestlers. They let me hang out with them and take all sorts of photos. It was like they were movie stars and I was writing stories about each of them. I hope I never distracted you during a match or told a bad story about you. It was a lot of fun to watch you every week and figure out when you would do a great move on your opponent. Thank you for never landing on top of me!

I really hope I am invited back next year as your OFFICIAL Unofficial Photographer.

Until the start of next match…..


P.S.: I hope to see you this spring when I learn how to take track pictures!

Springfest Vintage/Artist Market will be March 28 at Burien Community Center

Mon, 03/09/2015 - 17:19

A Springfest Vintage/Artist Market will be held at the Burien Community Center on Saturday, March 28, from 10 a.m. – 4 p.m., and will include 40 Artists and Crafts people.

There will also be live music, food trucks and workshops.

Admission is $5, and includes a Food Bank donation.

Here are the details:

WHAT: Springfest Vintage/Artist Market

WHEN: Saturday, March 28 from 10 a.m. – 4 p.m.

WHERE: Burien Community Center, 14700 6th Ave SW

INFO: Join us for Springfest, a vintage and artist market of 40 artists and crafts people.

Enjoy live music, food trucks and workshops.

Admission is $5.00, with $1.00 of every ticket benefiting local food banks.

Kids are free.

More info at: www.sweetsalvations.com

Nina McLemore Trunk Show benefits Highline Music4Life

Mon, 03/09/2015 - 10:38

The Music4Life™ initiative – including the local version called “Highline Music4Life” – has won corporate support from New York-based Nina McLemore, the clothing line for executive and professional women.

McLemore’s boutique store in the Fairmont Olympic Hotel in downtown Seattle is providing 15 percent of proceeds until March 15 for purchases by customers who identify themselves as supportive of Music4Life.

“This is a wonderful gift,” says Betty Woods, former President/CEO of Premera Blue Cross and current Governing Board Chair of Music4Life ( www.Music4Life.org ). “From the beginning, Nina has told us how much she values both the arts and education. We are very grateful for her – and her company’s – support.”

Music4Life is the Seattle-based non-profit that acquires “lovingly used” musical instruments, gets them repaired and then provides them to participating public school districts for use by elementary-aged students of low income families. Besides Seattle Public Schools, Music4Life also operates programs supporting Edmonds, Highline, Mukilteo and Shoreline Public Schools. The program acquires used instruments from adults who understand that their highest and best use is to put them back into play. With adequate resources, Music4Life can also buy new musical instruments for school districts.

Nina (pronounced as NEYE-nah) McLemore LLC (www.NinaMcLemore.com) has high-end stores in Nantucket, Palm Beach, Palm Springs, Chapel Hill, Aspen, Chevy Chase and other similar locations. McLemore designs “clothing to address the needs of senior professional and executive women and women who are active in their communities.” She was featured in a Wall Street Journal article in July that referred to her clothing as “a weapon in the wardrobes of authoritative women.” (Click here to see the article.)

The March 1st kick-off event featured live music by a student as a celebration of Music4Life in the Seattle area. Music4Life volunteers were on-hand to explain the program in detail.

One recent national report found that half of all public school students are from income-eligible families that qualify for participation in the Free-and-Reduced-Lunch program. The Seattle area is no exception.

Music4Life enjoys the support of notable music advocates and other community leaders. Gerard Schwarz, world-renowned conductor laureate of the Seattle Symphony Orchestra, has endorsed the program, saying:

“This wonderful program begins with children in elementary school at a time when, if they’re interested and talented in any way, they have the greatest chance of success. Many people tell me of the impact that direct knowledge of instrumental music has had on their lives. We intend to give this advantage to all our children.”

In addition to Nina McLemore, Music4Life™ is supported in part by grants from the Hazel Miller Foundation, First Choice Health; 4Culture (the former Seattle-King County Arts Commission); the Knossos Foundation; various local Rotary and Kiwanis clubs; the Highline Schools Foundation; as well as by the law firm of Garvey Schubert Barer; Seattle Symphony Orchestra, Cascade Symphony Orchestra, the Edmonds Center for the Arts; Kennelly Keys Music; Hammond Ashley Violins, the Guitar Store and others.

PHOTO: Travel to the top of Mt. Rainier through photo from Burien Town Square

Sat, 03/07/2015 - 19:49

BTB Contributor Guy Harper sent us this great photo of Mt. Rainier, taken during sunset Saturday night, March 7, of which he said:

“I’ve never been to the top of Mt Rainier, but now I feel as if I have ‘visited’ the summit. Not much snow for skiing down to the flatlands! Looks pretty this evening and most interesting to actually see the very top.”

Guy shot this from his condo on the sixth floor of Burien Town Square, using a 600mm telephoto lens:

Northwest Symphony Orchestra’s ‘Gardens of England’ will be March 14

Sat, 03/07/2015 - 09:45

On Saturday, March 14, Northwest Symphony Orchestra’s third concert of the season, “Gardens of England,” will usher in spring with a symphony by Vaughan Williams, Gerald Finzi’s Clarinet Concerto, and a selection from Recollections by Seattle composer Peter Seibert.

The concert will be at Holy Rosary Catholic Church in West Seattle.

“Vaughan Williams wrote his beautiful Fifth Symphony as a reminded of the beauty that is possible in this world, against the ravages of World War II. One is able to taste, feel, and envision the gorgeous and tranquil British landscape of Vaughan Williams’ beloved homeland. Also on the concerto is virtuoso clarinet soloist Sean Osborn, who, having toured much of the world, is back home in Seattle to perform Gerald Finzi’s Clarinet Concerto with the NWSO – one of my personal favorite concertos.”

WHAT: NWSO’s ‘Gardens of England’

WHEN: Saturday, March 14th, 2015 at 8:00pm

WHERE: Holy Rosary Catholic Church
, 4142 42nd Ave. SW, West Seattle

INFO: Featuring:

  • Dance (from Recollections), Peter Seibert Clarinet Concerto, Gerald Finzi
  • Clarinet soloist, Sean Osborn Symphony #5, Ralph Vaughan Williams
  • NWSO Conductor Anthony Spain

Clarinettist Sean Osborn has performed on four continents since his recital debut at the age of seventeen at the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts. Appointed over nearly 300 other applicants to a position with the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra in 1989, Mr. Osborn was the youngest clarinetist in the history of the Met. He has also performed as guest Principal Clarinet with the New York Philharmonic, Pittsburgh Symphony, Seattle Symphony, and the American Symphony Orchestra.

  • Adult – $15
  • Senior (Over 60) – $12
  • Student – $12
  • Group Rate – $10 per person when total ticket purchase is 10 tickets or more

Now in its twenty-eighth season, Northwest Symphony Orchestra has performed to local, regional, and national acclaim. The orchestra has performed an unprecedented number of compositions by Northwest composers and has garnered eight national awards for Programming of Contemporary Music from the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers, including a first place national award in June 2012. The orchestra has been featured repeatedly on National Public Radio and has recorded five compact disks. Dr. Anthony Spain is Music Director.

The NWSO has performed with a variety and eclectic mix of internationally known artists including Alice In Chains, Anne and Nancy Wilson of Heart, Joshua Roman and Natalie Cole.

Northwest Symphony Orchestra makes complimentary tickets available to local school music programs. Teachers may call the orchestra office at (206) 242-6321.

More information about the entire Northwest Symphony Orchestra season, information is available on the Web at www.northwestsymphonyorchestra.org or by calling (206) 242-6321.


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