All posts by Shaya Lyon

Community announcements: November 2017

Welcome to our monthly digest of Seattle-area music admin job openings, auditions, calls for scores, competitions, grant deadlines, new programs, performer-composer happy hours, and more.

Submissions

Send us your news! We invite you to submit announcements for inclusion in this list by the 25th of each month.

Announcements – November 2017

  • Music of Remembrance is now taking applications for a full-time administrative specialist
  • The Pacific Northwest Ballet is hiring an administrative assistant, a school accompanist, and certified pilates instructors.
  • Seattle Music Partners seeks volunteer instrumental music instructors for youth program.
  • Cornish Playhouse at Seattle Center is looking for volunteers with a passion for the performing arts to support hundreds of performances year-round. Interested? Email ushering@cornish.edu.
  • The Northwest Boychoir – recognized as one of the nation’s premier children’s choral programs – is holding auditions.
  • Breath of Aire is a Pacific Northwest (all volunteer) choir looking for tenors.
  • Seattle Festival Orchestra is holding auditions for all strings, especially violin & bass.
  • KING FM is hiring a major gifts officer and a senior account executive.
  • Town Hall Seattle is seeking a part-time digital media assistant to film and live-stream programs and to assist in updating web-based media content.
  • The Seattle Times is seeking a full-time staff music writer who can provide outstanding coverage of the Pacific Northwest popular music scene.

Notable deadlines

Media calendar deadlines

  • Seattle Magazine – submit events 3 months ahead for the print calendar
  • City Arts – submit 6 weeks ahead for the online/print calendar (and/or send releases to editorial@cityartsmagazine.com)
  • Seattle Times – submit 14 days ahead for consideration in the curated classical listings (online & print)
  • The Stranger – submit any time to the online “Things to Do” calendar; for the quarterly Seattle Art & Performancesubmit at least 5 weeks before the start of the quarter in which the event will take place
  • Seattle Met – submit 2-4 weeks ahead of event for the online calendar
  • Live Music Project – submit 1 week prior to performance date; deadline for weekend email listings is Mondays @ 5pm

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Past issues are located in the archive.

Community announcements: October 2017

Welcome to our monthly digest of Seattle-area music admin job openings, auditions, calls for scores, competitions, grant deadlines, new programs, performer-composer happy hours, and more.

Submissions

Send us your news! We invite you to submit announcements for inclusion in this list by the 25th of each month.

Announcements

  • Bellevue Chamber Chorus seeks an executive director.
  • The Pacific Northwest Ballet is hiring an administrative assistant, a school accompanist, and certified pilates instructors.
  • Skagit Symphony is hiring a new music director.
  • The Lake Washington Symphony Orchestra is seeking an administrative assistant to help with marketing, grants and development.
  • Seattle Music Partners seeks volunteer instrumental music instructors for youth program.
  • Cornish Playhouse at Seattle Center is looking for volunteers with a passion for the performing arts to support hundreds of performances year-round. Interested? Email ushering@cornish.edu.
  • Vox16, a Seattle-based chamber choir that performs a cappella vocal music, is looking for new compositions to include in their Spring concert featuring local composers and a possible CD recording project.
  • Academy Chamber Orchestra is holding auditions for violins, horns, bassoon.
  • The Northwest Boychoir – recognized as one of the nation’s premier children’s choral programs – is holding auditions.
  • Breath of Aire is a Pacific Northwest (all volunteer) choir looking for tenors.
  • Seattle Festival Orchestra is seeking section percussion, section & principal string & tuba positions.
  • The Seattle Philharmonic Orchestra has openings for the concertmaster (paid position), principal percussion, and string positions.
  • KING FM is hiring a major gifts officer and account executive.
  • Town Hall Seattle is seeking a part-time digital media assistant to film and livestream programs and to assist in updating web-based media content.
  • The Seattle Times is seeking a full-time staff music writer who can provide outstanding coverage of the Pacific Northwest popular music scene.

Notable deadlines

Media calendar deadlines

  • Seattle Magazine – submit events 3 months ahead for the print calendar
  • City Arts – submit 6 weeks ahead for the online/print calendar (and/or send releases to editorial@cityartsmagazine.com)
  • Seattle Times – submit 14 days ahead for consideration in the curated classical listings (online & print)
  • The Stranger submit any time to the online “Things to Do” calendar; for the quarterly Seattle Art & Performance, submit at least 5 weeks before the start of the quarter in which the event will take place
  • Seattle Met – submit 2-4 weeks ahead of event for the online calendar
  • Live Music Project – submit 1 week prior to performance date; deadline for weekend email listings is Mondays @ 5pm

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Conciertos de música clásica gratuitos: Septiembre 2017 (Seattle & Puget Sound)

Conciertos de música clásica gratuitos: Septiembre 2017 (Seattle & Puget Sound).
Conciertos de música clásica gratuitos: Septiembre 2017 (Seattle & Puget Sound).

 

Racer Sessions
Una serie de composiciones e improvisaciones organizadas colectivamente para música nueva y experimental.
Domingo, 9/3, 8pm | Café Racer, Seattle

Coro Compline (Coro de Completas): La oficina de Compline/Completas
Todos los Domingos por la tarde en el nave de la catedral, el Coro Compline, un coro de hombres, dirige este servicio coral formal que es una tradición de Seattle.
Domingo 9/3, 9:30 pm | Saint Mark’s Cathedral, Seattle

Coro de Vicarios de la Iglesia de Cristo en Seattle: Completas en la Iglesia de Cristo
Música sagrada coral presentando canto gregoriano, canto anglicano e himnos de diversos periodos a través de los siglos. Es un ambiente ideal para meditación y contemplación entre el bullicio de esta bella ciudad.
Miércoles 9/6, 9:30pm | Christ Episcopal Church, Seattle

Taller de Arte Interactivo Hibrido “The Fourth Wall Ensemble”
Un taller interactivo de artes mixtas conducida por “Fourth Wall Ensamble”.
Jueves 9/7, 3:40pm | Lagerquist Concert Hall en Pacific Lutheran University, Parkland

“Breath of Aire”: Concierto de Beneficencia “Desde Casa”
Concierto de beneficencia: “Desde casa”, se apoyará a la construcción de viviendas para familias necesitadas en países en desarrollo.
Domingo, 9/10, 6pm | Iglesia Cuadrangular de la Esperanza, Snohomish/Hope Foursquare Church

Racer Sessions: Adam Briggs
Una serie de composiciones e improvisaciones organizadas colectivamente para música nueva y experimental.
Domingo, 9/10, 8pm | Café Racer, Seattle

Coro Compline (Coro de Completas): La oficina de Compline/Completas
Todos los Domingos por la tarde en el nave de la catedral, el Coro Compline, un coro de hombres, dirige este servicio coral formal que es una tradición de Seattle.
Domingo, 9/10, 9:30pm | Saint Mark’s Cathedral, Seattle

Series de Conciertos de Verano Cornish@Amazon: James Falzone’s Musique Actuelle
James Falzone (el clarinete e instrumentos de viento madera), Ruth Dornfeld (violín), y Dave Bartley (guitarra).
Jueves, 9/14, 12pm | Van Vorst Plaza at Amazon, Seattle

Aronoff, Música de Cámara
Obras de Schumann, Brahms, Bridge, y más.
Sábado, 9/16, 7:30pm | Saltwater Unitarian Universalist Church, Des Moines

Recital de Piano, Byron Schenkman
Sonata en Fa mayor de Mozart, Nocturna Si bemol de Szymanowska, Three Pieces (Tres piezas) de Schubert.
Domingo, 9/17, 6:15pm | Epiphany Parish of Seattle, Seattle

Racer Sessions: TVTV
Una serie de composiciones e improvisaciones organizadas colectivamente para música nueva y experimental.
Domingo, 9/17, 8pm | Cafe Racer, Seattle

Coro Compline (Coro de Completas): La oficina de Compline/Completas
Todos los Domingos por la tarde en el nave de la catedral, el Coro Compline , un coro de hombres, dirige este servicio coral formal que es una tradición de Seattle.
Domingo, 9/17, 9:30pm | Saint Mark’s Cathedral, Seattle

Coro de Vicarios de la Iglesia de Cristo en Seattle: Completas en la Iglesia de Cristo
Música sagrada coral presentando canto gregoriano, canto anglicano e himnos de diversos periodos a través de los siglos. Es un ambiente ideal para meditación y contemplación entre el bullicio de esta bella ciudad.
Miércoles, 9/20, 9:30pm | Christ Episcopal Church, Seattle

Sesión del lectura de la Alianza de Compositores de Seattle Seattle
Esas sesiones están abiertas para la pública y todos los edades. Una oportunidad para compositores de trabajar con artistas y recibir opinión del público.
Domingo, 9/24, 1pm | Seattle Pacific University, Crawford Music Edificio 211, Seattle

Breath of Aire: Proyecto Jesus Film Harvest Partners Concierto a Beneficio
Breath of Aire presenta un concierto a beneficio para el proyecto Jesus Film Harvest Partners.
Domingo, 9/24, 6pm | Generations Community Church, Marysville

Racer Sessions
Una serie de composiciones e improvisaciones organizadas colectivamente para música nueva y experimental.
Domingo, 9/24, 8pm | Café Racer, Seattle

Coro Compline (Coro de Completas): La oficina de Compline/Completas
Todos los Domingos por la tarde en el nave de la catedral, el Coro Compline, un coro de hombres, dirige este servicio coral formal que es una tradición de Seattle.
Domingo, 9/24, 9:30pm | Saint Mark’s Cathedral, Seattle

Bonnie Whiting con Jennifer Torrence: Música nueva para cantantes y percusionistas (clase maestra)
Una noche de estrenos mundiales incluyendo obras para platillos, retroalimentación resonante y el canto de Paula Matthusen. Música para juguetes electrónicos y “deconstructed language” de Bethany Younge.
Miercoles, 9/27, 11:30am | Meany Studio Theater, Seattle

Community announcements: September 2017

Welcome to our monthly digest of Seattle-area music admin job openings, auditions, calls for scores, competitions, grant deadlines, new programs, performer-composer happy hours, and more.

Submissions

Send us your news! We invite you to submit announcements for inclusion in this list by the 25th of each month.

Announcements

  • Skagit Symphony is hiring a new music director.
  • Bremerton Symphony Association announces September auditions for all ensembles.
  • St. James Cathedral, Seattle, has a position beginning in September for a bass-baritone to join the Cathedral Cantorei, the professional ensemble that supports the volunteer Cathedral Choir.
  • The Seattle Philharmonic Orchestra has openings for the concertmaster, principal percussion, and string positions.
  • KING FM is hiring a major gifts officer and account executive.
  • Town Hall Seattle is seeking a part-time digital media assistant to film and livestream programs and to assist in updating web-based media content.

Notable deadlines

Media calendar deadlines

  • Seattle Magazine – submit events 3 months ahead for the print calendar
  • City Arts – submit 6 weeks ahead for the online/print calendar (and/or send releases to editorial@cityartsmagazine.com)
  • Seattle Times – submit 14 days ahead for consideration in the curated classical listings (online & print)
  • The Stranger – submit any time to the online “Things to Do” calendar; for the quarterly Seattle Art & Performancesubmit at least 5 weeks before the start of the quarter in which the event will take place
  • Seattle Met – submit 2-4 weeks ahead of event for the online calendar
  • Live Music Project – submit 1 week prior to performance date; deadline for weekend email listings is Wednesdays @ 5pm

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We invite you to submit announcements/deadlines for inclusion in this newsletter by the 25th of each month. You can do that here.

Past issues are located in the archive.

A Nationwide Classical Calendar

We have news!

The Live Music Project will be launching a nationwide classical calendar in Fall 2017.

Concerts, masterclasses, recitals, barn shows, instrument petting zoos, open rehearsals; professional and learning orchestras, choral groups, students, music festivals… you’ll find these all living together on one calendar.

Events will be filterable by composer, work, key instrument, genre, and more, so you can dive deep into the music you love (or the music you’re curious about…)

The national platform expands on our Seattle calendar, which is a hub for more than 1,000 orchestras, ensembles, and independent musicians, building visibility for local arts organizations while connecting new and returning listeners with live musical experiences.

We’ll be posting updates over the next few months as we get closer to launch. The best way to get those is to sign up for our mailing list.

This is a huge effort, and many hands truly make light work. If you want to get your hands dirty and be part of this incredible project, there are many ways to do it, which I write about here.

In the meantime, big hugs to our Seattle community and to all who have contributed thus far, helping us turning vision into reality. Here’s to our next big milestone!

With warmth and appreciation,
Shaya Lyon
Executive director

LMP

Community update: July 2017

Cellist Lavena Johanson and composer Judah Adashi. (Photo: Britt Olsen-Ecker)
Cellist Lavena Johanson and composer Judah Adashi. (Photo: Britt Olsen-Ecker)

In this edition: Bringing Baltimore to Seattle, a barbershop invitation, & gratitude – plus job openings, Seattle media & grant deadlines, and more.

LMP news

Coming in August: ‘Total Eclipse of My Heart… Comes Undone’
As the eclipsed sun sets, join us on August 21 at Naked City Brewery for an evening with composer Judah Adashi and cellist Lavena Johanson. Married last year in Seattle (Lavena’s hometown) and living in Baltimore (Judah’s hometown), these two musicians are passionate about creating inviting concert experiences, exploring the continuum between classical music and other genres, and engaging the world beyond music in their work. The mesmerizing centerpiece of their concert will be a piece that Judah wrote for Lavena in 2014, my heart comes undone. Doors open at 6:30, food and drink will be available for purchase throughout the evening. Proceeds benefit the Live Music Project. Tickets $15, or $25 with a surprise. See you there!

Thank yous and yous and yous!
A huge thank you to our volunteers, who have spent hours upon hours this month building our new website, maintaining the concert listings, and writing previews: Nick, Dan, Jon, Kent, Marjorie, Jennie, and Anton. And to our recent donors: Heather Bentley, Karin Brookes, Anna Edwards, Jessica Fredican, James Holt, Mike Holzinger, Jon Icasas, Jonathan Lyon, Jane Turbiner, and Hannah Turbiner Lyon, Bill Manos, Sheila Oh, John Reale, Maggie Stapleton, Mitsuo Tomita, and Josh Yotty, as well as Boeing and Microsoft corporate matching. We couldn’t do it without you!

Community announcements

  • MV Music is looking for community members to participate in a site-specific commission for the Olympic Sculpture Park. Email mvoytovich@gmail.com for more information.
  • The Seattle SeaChordsmen Barbershop Chorus will be holding a Guest Night rehearsal at the Queen Anne Baptist Church for those interested in learning about barbershop-style singing. (July 18)
  • Pacific Northwest Conducting Institute is still accepting applications. Day observers are welcome and should email orchestra@whidbey.com for further information.
  • KING FM is hiring an assistant program director, webmaster, and more.
  • The Seattle Symphony is hiring teaching artists to work in all areas of their Education and Community Engagement programs.
  • The Seattle Philharmonic is looking for arts-loving community members interested in joining their board of trustees.
  • Sammamish Symphony Orchestra is auditioning for trumpet players and section players in all string sections.

Notable deadlines

Media calendar deadlines

  • Seattle Magazine – submit events 3 months ahead for the print calendar
  • City Arts – submit 6 weeks ahead for the online/print calendar (and/or send releases to editorial@cityartsmagazine.com)
  • Seattle Times – submit 14 days ahead for consideration in the curated classical listings (online & print)
  • The Stranger submit any time to the online “Things to Do” calendar; for the quarterly Seattle Art & Performance, submit at least 5 weeks before the start of the quarter in which the event will take place
  • Seattle Met – submit 2-4 weeks ahead of event for the online calendar
  • Live Music Project – submit 1 week prior to performance date (online); deadline for weekend email listings is Wednesdays @ 5pm

To receive this LMP monthly community update by email, subscribe to our newsletter.

We invite you to submit announcements/deadlines for inclusion in this newsletter by the 25th of each month. You can do that here.

Past issues are located in the archive.

Community update: June 2017

A pulsar, projected during a live performance of Grisey's 'Le Noir de l’Etoile' at New Music Gathering in Ohio. (Photo: LMP)
A pulsar, projected during a live performance of Grisey’s ‘Le Noir de l’Etoile’ at New Music Gathering in Ohio. (Photo: LMP)

In this edition: LMP goes to Ohio, seeking storytellers, community announcements, job openings, local media & grant deadlines, and more.

LMP news

We talked tech in the flatlands of Ohio
In May, we set off for Bowling Green State University to meet with composers and performers at the 3rd annual New Music Gathering. We enjoyed a dozen workshops, demonstrations, and concerts (including a performance in the dark mimicking the radio sound emitted from pulsars – photo above). We also got to participate in a panel with representatives from CASH Music and New Music USA to discuss the ins and outs of building software that supports artists. We had a great time, the audience asked thoughtful questions, and Tom Steenland, founder of the Starkland record label, called it “The most interesting panel I attended… 3 sharp panelists, with an exceptionally broad overview of today’s new music scene.” We’re already looking forward to NMG2018!

We’re looking for storytellers
Do you love storytelling? We’re on the lookout for a grantwriting intern who will work closely with our executive director, Shaya, and board chair, Kevin, to keep our grant application cycle flowing as we grow our local programs and prepare to serve other cities in the fall. Kevin led the development of the innovative digital grantmaking and advocacy platform for New Music USA, and this internship will provide the hands-on experience in institutional fundraising including that non-profit organizations love to see in potential hires. Prior grantwriting experience is nice to have but not required. More important: writing skills! Grantwriting is about telling a story. Interested? Learn more about the internship here, or pass this on to an eloquent friend.

You gave big! 
We had our first-ever Give Big campaign last month, and you made us feel all warm and fuzzy with your generosity. A huge thank you to our May donors and Give Big givers: Heather Bentley, Rachel Bittner, Galen Broderick, Karin Brookes, Jennifer Chung, Jessica Fredican, Rose Gear, James Holt, Erin Jorgensen, Mike Holzinger, Jon Icasas, Wesley Kim, Nyaradzo Kundidzora, Karissa Lew, Laura Loge, Jonathan Lyon, Jane Turbiner, and Hannah Turbiner Lyon, Bill Manos, Anouk Moulliet, Sheila Oh, Lesley Petty, John Reale, Katie Skovholt, Melanie Voytovich, Virginia Wright, and three anonymous supporters, as well as Boeing, Microsoft, Nerdwallet, and Nordstrom. And to our volunteers (Andrea, Dan, Emily, Jon, Kent, Lily, Marjorie, Nick, and Veronica) and departing interns (Hailey, Jeff, and Maddie): you rock our world!

(Hey, do you love getting our classical listings? Consider supporting our work with a $10 monthly donation, or by volunteering with the Calendar Squad.)

Kevin Clark, Shaya Lyon, and Ed Harsh at New Music Gathering in Ohio. (Photo: Tom Steenland)
Kevin Clark, Shaya Lyon, and Ed Harsh at New Music Gathering in Ohio. (Photo: Tom Steenland)

Community announcements

  • The Seattle Philharmonic is looking for arts-loving community members interested in joining their board of trustees!
  • St. James Cathedral, Seattle, has immediate openings for tenor and bass-baritone singers to join the Cathedral Cantorei, the professional ensemble that supports the volunteer Cathedral Choir.
  • Chamber Music Madness presents Tuned In! Student Chamber Music Festival, providing violin, viola, cello and piano students ages 13-24 professional chamber music coaching by the Skyros Quartet, Seattle’s only full-time professional string quartet (July 10-15, 2017).
  • Northwest Girlchoir is holding auditions throughout the spring.
  • The Seattle Symphonic Band is looking for additional musicians to join the group.
  • Sammamish Symphony Orchestra is auditioning for trumpet players and section players in all string sections.
  • KING FM is hiring a program director, membership coordinator, webmaster, and more.
  • KEXP is hiring a traffic assistant and help desk technician.
  • Last chance to tour Town Hall before they break ground on renovations. Final 1-hour behind-the-scenes tours are June 1522, & 30.

Notable deadlines

Media calendar deadlines

  • Seattle Magazine – submit events 3 months ahead for the print calendar
  • City Arts – submit 6 weeks ahead for the online/print calendar (and/or send releases to editorial@cityartsmagazine.com)
  • Seattle Times – submit 14 days ahead for consideration in the curated classical listings (online & print)
  • The Stranger submit any time to the online “Things to Do” calendar; for the quarterly Seattle Art & Performance, submit at least 5 weeks before the start of the quarter in which the event will take place
  • Seattle Met – submit 2-4 weeks ahead of event for the online calendar
  • Live Music Project – submit 1 week prior to performance date (online); deadline for weekend email listings is Wednesdays @ 5pm

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We invite you to submit announcements/deadlines for inclusion in this newsletter by the 25th of each month. You can do that here.

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Community update: May 2017

Aaron Grad rocks out on his electric theorbo at the LMP’s 3rd birthday celebration last month.

In this edition: Board update, seeking developers, birthday bliss, local media & grant deadlines, and more!

LMP news

We turned 3 :)
What a phenomenal evening! An astronaut, an electric theorbist, and 60 wonderful guests walked into a bar, and it was magical. We raised cupcakes in a toast, raised funds for the coming year, celebrated local ensembles, and got to hang out with our community. If you’re as sad as we are about waiting a year for the next party, you can relive this one [VIDEO] or join us mid-year for a Calendar Squad shindig.

We’re looking for JavaScript and Python volunteers!
Are you well-versed in JavaScript and Python? We’re looking for volunteers to work with our Web Development team as we prepare to serve other cities in the Fall. Join us this summer as we rebuild our site to make event data easier to discover and explore! If this sounds like fun to you, learn more here or contact us at dev@livemusicproject.org.

We’re growing our board
We’re welcoming two new members to our board and saying farewell to another. Our treasurer, Nadine Stock, has moved on to pursue her growing business. Nadine brought a unique combination of energy, calm wisdom, direct communication, and open-mindedness to our team. We’ll miss you, Nadine!

Meanwhile, Maggie Stapleton joins us as our new treasurer. For several years, Maggie helped launch and cultivate Second Inversion, a 24/7 streaming project from KING FM dedicated to contemporary classical music. She maintains an active role in the orchestral community as a flutist with Puget Sound Symphony Orchestra and Seattle Rock Orchestra. Outside of music, Maggie enjoys middle distance cycling, hiking, rock climbing, cooking, and traveling.

Also joining us is Tim Schmuckal. A teacher, attorney, and strategist, Tim is focusing the second half of his life on helping people and organizations thrive. Currently, this includes his kids, a few non-profits, and a couple friends launching new businesses.

We’re thrilled to be working with Maggie and Tim! (You can also read about our entire team here.)

We felt supported! 
A huge thank you to our donors this month: Heather Bentley, Galen Broderick, Karin Brookes, Christina DePaolo, Jessica Fredican, Ossa Haddas, James Holt, Brendan Howe, Mike Holzinger, Jon Icasas, Nyaradzo Kundidzora, Bryan Lineberry, Jonathan Lyon, Jane Turbiner, and Hannah Turbiner Lyon, Bill Manos, Carol Martin, Sheila Oh, John Reale, Tim Schmuckal, Heather Smith, Jen Steshenko, Daniel Stiner, Paul Taub, Donna Thomas, and an anonymous friend. And to our volunteers and interns: Andrea, Dan, Emily, Hailey, Jeff, Jennifer, Jon, Kent, Lily, Maddie, Marjorie, Nick, Phil, and Veronica. You rock!

(Hey, do you love getting our classical listings? Consider supporting our work with a $10 monthly donation.)

Community announcements

  • Ladies Musical Club of Seattle is conducting new member auditions (May 20)
  • The Seattle Symphonic Band is looking for additional musicians to join the group.
  • Sammamish Symphony Orchestra is auditioning for trumpet and section players in all string sections.
  • KING FM is hiring a program director, webmaster, and more
  • Velocity Dance Center is hiring a technical director
  • KEXP is hiring a traffic assistant
  • On the Boards is hiring a bookkeeper
  • The Seattle Symphony announces its Celebrate Asia Composition Competition seeking to recognize emerging composers interested in Asian culture, music, and traditions; the winning composition will be premiered by the Seattle Symphony at Benaroya Hall.
  • As Town Hall prepares for the upcoming renovation of its historic space, they invite you to a behind-the-scenes tour of the building as it stands today, and how it has been envisioned for the future (May 11 & 24).

Notable deadlines

Media calendar deadlines

  • Seattle Magazine – submit events 3 months ahead for the print calendar
  • City Arts – submit 6 weeks ahead for the online/print calendar (and/or send releases to editorial@cityartsmagazine.com)
  • Seattle Times – submit 14 days ahead for consideration in the curated classical listings (online & print)
  • The Stranger submit any time to the online “Things to Do” calendar; for the quarterly Seattle Art & Performance, submit at least 5 weeks before the start of the quarter in which the event will take place
  • Seattle Met – submit 2-4 weeks ahead of event for the online calendar
  • Live Music Project – submit 1 week prior to performance date (online); deadline for weekend email listings is Wednesdays @ 5pm

To receive this LMP monthly community update by email, subscribe to our newsletter.

We invite you to submit announcements/deadlines for inclusion in this newsletter by the 25th of each month. You can do that here.

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