Deaf, People with Disabilities
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HIDA was founded by Haiyan Wu, the Gold Medal winner of The Shanghai International Ballet Competition and the Gold Medal winner of the USA International Ballet Competition, principal dancer of many prestigious ballet companies.
Seattle Iranian Choir is a community ensemble focusing on Iranian/Persian songs. The choir consists of members of the Seattle community.
The Black & Tan Hall is a performing arts community space and restaurant opening this year in Seattle's Hillman City District.
The Key to Change offers middle and high school students year-long access to world class, professional violin instruction in South King County.
Jet City Improv has been Seattle’s premiere improvised theater company in Seattle since 1992.
The Good Foot Arts Collective is a Seattle community-based non-profit with a mission of Youth Violence Prevention through Arts Education.
A professional theater company dedicated to creating & staging productions that are written by or featuring characters, themes and narratives particular to people of Color & Faith.
Award Winning Live Theatre In Seattle, WA. Giving voice to the dignity and diversity of the human experience. Showcasing Professional and Emerging Talent in the Seattle Area.
Sayaw, also the Filipino term for 'dance', is a student-based performing arts group from the Filipino American Student Association at the University of Washington. We specialize in Philippine folk dance and performing arts.
Since 1990, the oaxaqueño artist Fulgencio Lazo Amaya and Seattle saxophonist Bill 'Memo' Clifford have collaborated with artists, friends, and family to bring the culture and celebrations of Oaxaca, Mexico to Seattle, Washington.
Fire & Ice Irish Dance Company is dedicated to training dancers of all ages in the art of Irish ensemble choreography and traditional Irish set dances.
Music is the universal language. We all respond to music with emotion and movement. And it is precisely because music elicits such a strong response that it is the perfect medium for bringing greater cultural and historical awareness to young audiences.
Traditional Mexican dancing. Add some authenticity to your next event and make it a real fiesta! Ajua!
Seattle Center Festál presents Turkfest in partnership with the Turkish American Cultural Association of Washington (TACAWA). The festival boasts a lively marketplace, food, music, dance, and more. October 10-11, 2020
Turkfest is an annual cultural festival in Seattle, whose mission is to foster friendship, to highlight the diversity and richness of Turkish culture and Turkish speaking countries, and cooperate throughout the greater community by organizing educational, entertaining, and engaging cultural programs that celebrate Turkish and Turkic cultures and heritage.
This event is free and open to the public.
Tết In Seattle (T-I-S.) organizes the annual Tết Festival, a free celebration event held at the Seattle Center as part of Seattle Center's Festal world cultural program. The Tết Festival celebrates the cultural roots of Vietnamese-Americans through the celebration of Tết, the Vietnamese Lunar New Year, by presenting, promoting, and providing hands-on experience in the arts, musics, performances, and foods that are unique to Vietnam.
AlpenFolk was formed as an Austrian style folk duet in 1987 by Thomas Tilton and Corinne Pflug-Tilton. Now a quartet, Thomas plays the traditional steirische Harmonika, or button accordion, while Cori contributes the lovely ring of the hammered dulcimer. Their son, Peter steals the show with fine guitar work, rhythm instruments and vocals. Completing the ensemble is the talented Robert Baumann on string bass and vocals. The combination of these folk instruments, along with traditional vocals and yodeling, gives AlpenFolk a uniqueness and authenticity rarely enjoyed outside of the alpine regions from which their music is drawn.