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Classical Guitarist Jason Vieaux at Emerald City Music

Dec 13, 2019 @ 8:00 pm - 11:00 pm



Hey Seattle, we’re Emerald City Music, the “beacon for the casual-classical movement presenting high-level musicians in a totally unstuffy environment” (CityArts Magazine). We’re the eclectic, open-bar destination for Seattle’s music lovers to dive deep into the world’s biggest genre of music alongside an unbelievable cast of top-tier musicians. 


A groundbreaking collaboration between Grammy-winning guitarist Jason Vieaux and Artistic Director violinist Kristin Lee. 


PIAZZOLLA Histoire du Tango (Bordello, Café)

GIULIANI Gran Duetto Concertante

PAGANINI Cantabile

VARIOUS Selected Brazilian Tunes 

FUNG Twist

METHENY Piece for Solo Guitar (Seattle Premiere) 

PIAZZOLLA Histoire du Tango (Nightclub, Concert d’Aujourd’hui)


“Single-handedly raising Seattle’s profile in the classical music world, this series has major performers and composers in a chamber music setting. The venue, the back of a coffee and chocolate shop, increases the salon sensibility.” – ECM Audience member


Tickets: $45, includes open bar. 

Students with valid ID: $10



Dec 13, 2019
8:00 pm - 11:00 pm
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Emerald City Music
(206) 250-5510


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