Category Archives: World Music

Wes Dyring with Mark Stone and Friends

Wes Dyring with Mark Stone and Friends Saturday, July 8 at 7:30pm Bahá’í Center of Washtenaw County 5550 Morgan Road, Ypsilanti, Michigan 48197 Violist/violinist/arranger Wes Dyring, violist with the multi Grammy-winning Seattle Symphony, returns to the Ann Arbor area and his home state … Continue reading

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Link for viewing Music Beyond Borders video

If you missed seeing our Music Without Borders: Voices from the Seven concert live simulcast, go to http://www.seattlesymphony.org/beyond-borders/live-stream, and you can watch it there on the Seattle Symphony’s website. It was incredible – definitely one of the most important concerts … Continue reading

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Seattle Symphony Presents Music Beyond Borders: Voices from the Seven

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Native Lands Project Potlatch Symphony Performance

The Native Lands Project started with the desire to build cultural understanding and respect through music between the Seattle Symphony and tribal nations in the Puget Sound region. This jointly created composition between the Seattle Symphony and Native artists was … Continue reading

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Music May Not Be the Universal Language We Thought…

Often we hear the thought expressed that music is a universal language. While it is true that music in some form exists universally, different cultures can have very different perceptions of what music is and its role in life. I … Continue reading

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