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Winter Arts Series at Skyline

Experience live arts in our brand new 240-seat Pacific Performing Arts Hall!


Frisson: The Art of the Lang Collection

Art History Lecture with Rebecca Albiani from the Frye Art Museum

Tuesday, January 25, 11 am

“Frisson” means excitement in French, and that’s what the Seattle Art Museum feels about the donation of 16 artworks from the Friday Foundation, whose founder is the daughter of Jane Lang Davis. The gifts comprise the Langs’ significant examples of Abstract Expressionism, which developed in New York in the 1940s and 1950s. The movement is distinguished by highly gestural abstract paintings that convey deeply felt emotion. Key figures represented in Frisson include: Willem de Kooning, Jackson Pollock, Mark Rothko, Lee Krasner and Helen Frankenthaler. Even if abstraction is not to your taste, Rebecca always makes learning interesting.


Fulton Street Chamber Players

Chamber Music Performance

Friday, February 11, 1:30 pm

Founded in 2015 by violist Rachel Swerdlow and cellist Walter Gray (both long-time members of the Seattle Symphony), the music of Fulton Street Chamber Players has been enjoyed throughout the Northwest, in both eclectic venues and house concerts. The ensemble’s love of chamber music and their enjoyment of performing in intimate settings brings audiences to the historic roots of chamber music.


SkyOpera Live!

Live Opera Performance

Wednesday March 9, 1:00 pm

This March, get a taste of SkyOpera Live! A reoccurring event created by our residents, for our residents, Sky Opera Live! features exquisitely talented opera singers performing abridged versions of opera masterpieces. Expert commentary will provide context and valuable insights into the stories behind the songs. After the performance, join us for a tour of the new Olympic Tower.

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