The Sitka Summer Music Festival will present seven concerts in five Alaska cities for the 33rd annual Alaska Airlines Winter Classics concert series. The Juneau...
Juneau Jazz & Classics will host cellist Zuill Bailey and pianist Lara Downes this Sunday, Sept. 1, in a combined performance focusing on American composers. "Made in America" will be presented one time only, at 7:30 p.m.
UPDATE: The Saturday performance of Bailey and Bach is now sold out, but a second show has been added as of Thursday morning. The second show will be at 4 p.m. Sunday at Holy Trinity Episcopal Church downtown.???
F eminist comedy, the birth of modern skate culture, Beethoven quartets and a barn dance are among the entertainment opportunities in Juneau this week.
Winter is the season for arts and entertainment in Juneau. The next couple of weeks offers three concerts, two plays, a couple of dances, a comedy show and several new gallery openings.
Every other year, the Stroller White Pipe, Drum and Dance group celebrates Robbie Burns night with a big shindig. This is the year, and Saturday is the night.
``There's good art,'' Moeling said. ``Then there's great art, and then there's those works you play over and over again. You keep discovering things. . . . Every time I play it, new worlds open to me.''
The NEA granted $553,600 to nine groups in Alaska. Some $458,000 was awarded to the Alaska State Council on the Arts, which disperses the money to a variety of community organizations state-wide.
June is Gay Pride Month, and according to organizers Chris Beanes and Jeremy Neldon, Juneau's Second Annual Pride Festival is one of the earliest celebrations in the nation.
Juneau violinist Paul Rosenthal, artistic director for the chamber music festival, said the three-week event is featuring music that is rarely heard. Especially in Sitka.
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