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April 2020
Golden Bough

Golden Bough – Friday, April 3 – Cancelled

Rooted in the traditional music of the seven Celtic nations (Ireland, Scotland, Wales, Cornwall, The Isle of Man, French Brittany and Spanish Galicia), Golden Bough has become a popular and in-demand group on both sides of the Atlantic. Backing themselves on an array of acoustic instruments; Celtic harp, guitar, octave-mandolin, mandolin, accordion, violin, penny-whistle and bodhran, they blend their voices in the pristine harmonies that have become a Golden Bough trademark. …
03 Apr
7:30 am
$16.50, Students/low income: $12
Greta Matassa

Greta Matassa – Saturday, April 4 – Cancelled

In the Pacific Northwest, where she built her career, Greta Matassa wins wide acclaim; 7 times, the readers of Earshot, the Seattle jazz magazine, have voted her the best jazz vocalist in the Northwest. …
04 Apr
7:30 pm
$25, Students/low income: $18

Three Songwriters – Friday, April 17 – Cancelled

THREE COUNT ‘EM THREE – An evening with 3 songwriters! Featuring Electric Bonsai Band (It’s not electric . . . it’s not a band!), Scott Katz (Insensitive singer-songwriter!) and Matt Price (Unrelentingly Literate!). …
17 Apr
7:30 pm
$16.50, Students/low income: $12
Hilary Field

Hilary Field, Classical Guitarist – Saturday, April 18 – Cancelled

International performing and recording artist, Hilary Field, has garnered praise for her dynamic virtuosity, her sensitive musicianship, and for the emotional depth she brings to the heart of classical guitar music. Her program includes music that reflects the rhythms of Latin America, contemporary lyrical pieces from around the world, and her own compositions. …
18 Apr
7:30 pm
$16.50, Student/low income: $12
New World String Project

New World String Project – Sunday, April 26

New World String Project brings together four mighty players who weave a shimmering sonic tapestry from Celtic, Nordic and American folk traditions. Together, these intrepid string explorers take audiences on a thrilling, melodically exuberant musical ride. …
26 Apr
6:30 pm
May 2020
The Sassafras Sisters

The Sassafras Sisters – Friday, May 1

The Sassafras Sisters are a trio of teenagers from Olympia, WA who play and sing old time music, honky tonk, old country, and more. Ruby, Annie, and Ellie play bass, guitar, and fiddle and sing in rich, three-part harmony. The Sassafras Sisters deliver memorable and inspiring performances wherever they go. …
01 May
7:30 am
$16.50, Students/low income: $12
John McCutcheon

John McCutcheon – Monday, May 4

His songs sing of the nation’s heritage. His words channel the conscience of our people into streams of poetry and melody. He writes about subjects small and great, from a child’s haircut to freedom and human dignity – issues equally eternal and enduring. Johnny Cash called him “The most impressive instrumentalist I’ve ever heard.” …
04 May
7:30 am
$30, Student/low income: $25
April Verch Band

April Verch Band – Saturday, May 9

The April Verch Band features world-class musicians Cody Walters on upright-electric bass and banjo, and Alex Rubin on guitar and mandolin. They have established a reputation as consummate performers, winning over audiences not only with sheer virtuosity on their respective instruments, but also with charm, humor and boundless energy on stage. …
09 May
7:30 pm
$22, Student/low income: $15
Mary Flower

Mary Flower – Thursday, May 14

Mary Flower returns to New Traditions with her immense finger picking guitar and lap-slide prowess, a deft blend of the inventive, the dexterous and the mesmerizing. Her supple honey-and-whiskey voice provides the perfect melodic accompaniment to each song’s story. …
14 May
7:30 pm
$16.50, Students/low income: $12
Palmer’s Gate

Palmer’s Gate – May 29

Palmer’s Gate was born out of musical friendships formed at jam sessions in the performer’s lounge at the Northwest Folklife Festival. The quartet blends a contemporary and traditional approach to Irish and Scottish tunes, including a bit of Quebecois. …
29 May
7:30 pm
$16.50, Students/low income: $12
June 2020
Claudia Schmidt

Claudia Schmidt – Saturday, June 13

Claudia’s coming back to Traditions, and we have learned to expect anything at one of her concerts a hymn, poem, bawdy verse, torch song, satire, and the gamut of emotions. Her musicality is astonishing, and her joy and love of performing are contagious. …
13 Jun
7:30 pm
$16.50, Students/low income: $12
Jacqueline Tabor

Jacqueline Tabor – Friday, June 19

Seattle Chanteuse Jacqueline Tabor is an award-winning vocalist who lives and performs in the Pacific Northwest. This sultry alto has a voice that contains style, passion, and sophistication. Expressive in her approach to a jazz standard, she creates a memorable moment, lures you in, and leaves you wanting more. …
19 Jun
8:00 am
$16.50, Students/low income: $12
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