Alaska Suite set for Friday at Stage7Pianos in Kirkland

The performance will include live music, spoken word, images and poetry to connect audiences to the scientific realities of climate change.

  • Friday, May 10, 2019 5:30am
  • Life

Stage7Pianos in Kirkland will present The Alaska Suite at 7 p.m. on May 10.

The show will feature a five-piece chamber jazz ensemble performing the original music of Seattle pianist and composer Nelda Swiggett. The performance will include live music, spoken word, images and poetry to connect audiences to the scientific realities of climate change.

Performers will include Nelda Swiggett (piano/compositions), Julian Smedley (violin), Clif Swiggett (trombone), Chris Symer (bass), Adam Kessler (drums) and Jill McGrath (poetry).

Stage7Pianos is located at 12037 124th Ave. NE.

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