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Celebrate Pride with The Stranger, Baby!

Tweet Pride is finally here, and this year we’re formulation on celebrating polite rights and a artistic extent of a village rather than watered-down vodka and inexpensive shine (though you’re positively acquire to get blitzed and chuck some in a air). The initial Pride in 1969 was a criticism led by black trans women who…

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Songs of Summer with Ben Bliss

BEN BLISS, TENOR & GUITAR LACHLAN GLEN, PIANO ALEX GRIMES, VIOLA SOPHIE BAIRD-DANIEL, HARP BARNABY BRIGHT, VOCALS & GUITARS SAMMY MILLER AND THE CONGREGATION, JAZZ ENSEMBLE Tenor Ben Bliss debuted with Seattle Opera in Mozart’s Così fan tutte (’17) and returned in 2018 as Peter Quint in Brittens’ eerie The Turn of the Screw. “You’ll…

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Songs of Summer with Damien Geter

Jessica Hall, piano | Available thru August 27, 2020. Bass-baritone Damien Geter’s recent appearances include engagements with the Metropolitan Opera (Undertaker in Porgy and Bess), Seattle Opera (Colonel in The Falling and the Rising), Eugene Opera (Angelotti in Tosca), and Portland Opera (Dr. Grenville in La traviata.) He made his Seattle Opera debut in 2018…

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