The Season’s Performance Hall is Streaming Live Concerts
Missing the chance to witness live concerts? Me too, but The Seasons Performance Hall has come to the rescue. Tonight at 7:30 pm Kara Hesse will take the stage for a live streaming performance that you can enjoy from the comfort of your own home!
Being that The Season's Performance Hall is a non-profit they are asking for a donation but the incredible part is, you can choose the amount you want to pay for your viewing pleasure, it goes back to a great cause and if this is your first time trying out a live streaming concert, you might even get the chance to view for free.
So find your most comfy pajamas, pour yourself a glass of wine or pop open a beer, and enjoy a live-streamed concert from your favorite spot in the house.
"Kara’s music is like a warm breeze from Muscle Shoals in a contemporary framework that scratches a musical itch you didn’t realize you had. Kara’s newest release, “Sojourner” is a perfect title for music that is right here, right now and moves the listener to a new place. Don’t let this one slip by. It deserves your attention."— George Nunes, MusicRow
The second concert in the three-part series will take place on Saturday night December 5th at 7:30 pm and will feature Lucas Warford with Jane Covert-Bowlds and Jimmy Austin for a live stream only performance.
NW folk legend Baby Gramps called him, "The acid baby of Tom Waits and Les Claypool." This statement works well as both a description and an excuse, and furthermore, should give you an indication as to whether he is likely to become your most loved or most hated musician. He has the Tom Waits growl, and a Klezmer band feel. Don't miss one of the northwest's unique performers.
The third concert to wrap-up the virtual viewing series is taking place Sunday, December 6th at 7:30 pm and will feature Sempre Chamber Music.
This program will include a variety of seasonal favorites from Torelli’s Christmas Concerto to Vaughn Williams’ Greensleeves. Come and be serenaded by soprano Bonnie Joy as she joins Sempre’s instrumental artists to perform Schuberts’ Salve Regina and excerpts of Handels’ Messiah. The best part is, you can hum (and sing) along as MUCH as you want during a virtual concert, especially to themes from Tchaikovsky’s Nutcracker and beloved Christmas carols.
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