Joe Kye and Sophie Lippert: Home for the Holidays
Dec
19
7:30 PM19:30

Joe Kye and Sophie Lippert: Home for the Holidays

Doors 7:00pm Show 7:30pm

Join violinist-looper/composer Joe Kye and pianist/cellist Sophie Lippert for an exclusive collaborative concert at Fremont Abbey in Seattle, featuring classical masterpieces alongside original compositions, solo and collaborative performances, and a number of fabulous musical surprises. The evening is a unique and rare opportunity to hear Chopin, Debussy, and Ravel alongside jazz, blues, and improvisation—and some holiday tunes, too! Prepare for an exciting foray through incredible soundscapes with two great performers & musical innovators. 

Musicians Joe Kye and Sophie Lippert first made music together as high school students at a local chamber music camp in Seattle. More than a decade later, Kye and Lippert are touring professionals devoted to creating deeper engagement, connection, and community through music.

Born in Korea and raised in the Pacific Northwest, Joe has released two studio albums, and been featured on numerous radio shows including PRI's The World, BBC World News, and Live Wire. He has performed in collaboration with many incredible artists, including the Seattle Repertory Jazz Orchestra, the Sacramento Ballet, Alvin Ailey Composer/Percussionist William Catanzaro, and LA hip-hop artist Jason Chu, and has opened for world-renown cellist Yo-Yo Ma and Senator Bernie Sanders.

Born in Chicago and raised in Seattle, Sophie has won numerous competitions as a classical pianist, and has performed as featured soloist with the Seattle Symphony, Seattle Philharmonic, and several Rice University ensembles. She is a passionate piano teacher and performer, and former owner of the successful Vibrant Studios Studio & Business Collective. In 2019, Sophie will be featured soloist with the Seattle Philharmonic in the North America debut of Elsa Barraine's La Mise Funeral March.

Find out more about Joe at www.joekye.com

For tickets and Eventbrite page, visit bit.ly/2Q8iqkb

For Facebook event (with more details, plus exclusive video footage!), visit https://www.facebook.com/events/1519437281533754/

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Sophie Lippert with Adam Stern and the Seattle Philharmonic
Feb
2
2:00 PM14:00

Sophie Lippert with Adam Stern and the Seattle Philharmonic

Although Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky's four orchestral suites are exemplars of everything that is loved about his music, they still remain relatively unknown to audiences in spite of their great potential appeal. This concert features a rare performance of the Orchestral Suite No. 2, a boistrous, tuneful and joyous work deserving of more popularity. Joseph Haydn is represented by two contrasting works: the rousing overture to his opera L'incontro improvviso, and a tempestuous dramatic "scene", Berenice, che fai?, featuring soprano Linda Tsatsanis. The concert also includes music by French composer Elsa Barraine, whose Symphony No. 2 was given its second U. S. performance during the Philharmonic's 2017-18 season; her Funeral Music for "The Entombment" of Titien will receive its U. S. premiere. The soloist will be pianist Sophie Lippert, a former winner of the Philharmonic's Don Bushell Competition.

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Joe Kye and Sophie Lippert Live Streaming Event!
Mar
15
3:00 PM15:00

Joe Kye and Sophie Lippert Live Streaming Event!

Online event!

Join violinist-looper/composer Joe Kye and pianist/cellist Sophie Lippert for an exclusive lie streaming event at Robert Lang Studios in Seattle, featuring conversation and music. This afternoon event is a unique and rare opportunity to hear Joe & Sophie working together, sharing stories, and answering questions. Prepare for an exciting behind-the-scenes experience with two great performers & musical innovators. 

Musicians Joe Kye and Sophie Lippert first made music together as high school students at a local chamber music camp in Seattle. More than a decade later, Kye and Lippert are touring professionals devoted to creating deeper engagement, connection, and community through music.

Supported by Jakael Tristram, engineer.

Find out more about Joe at www.joekye.com

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Resound NW Holiday Concert
Dec
9
5:00 PM17:00

Resound NW Holiday Concert

Celebrate the joy of music at the Resound NW Studio Gathering and Concert! 

Featuring:
*Performances from our students and teachers (including Sophie Lippert, pianist)
*Performances from our SoulSinging classes
*Participatory group singing and holiday-themed sing-alongs

This event is FREE Sunday, December 8, from 5:00-8:00pm. You are welcome to drop by anytime.

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Live Cello at the Felt Sense Circle
Dec
8
3:00 PM15:00

Live Cello at the Felt Sense Circle

Explore sensuality through erotic art, meditation and conversation. Join our circle for connection, grounding, and inspiration. This event is for womxn and female identifying. Together we'll create an intimate exploration of our inner knowing, and reconnection to our senses.  We'll sip wine and nibble chocolate, because of course. 

What to expect:

* community and guided conversation

* grounding erotic meditation

* live cello music from Sophie Lippert

* the premiere of a new audio erotic soundscape

* to be inspired and connected with bold savvy womxn

This event is 21+ only.

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/the-felt-sense-circle-tickets-51617037950

https://thefeltsense.com/

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Max Ribner Trio with Sophie Lippert
Nov
4
7:00 PM19:00

Max Ribner Trio with Sophie Lippert

Featuring: Saeeda Wright - Vocals || Tim Ribner - Piano || Sophie Lippert - Cello || Kristina Pescatore - Chocolat

Join us for an intimate evening & all ages event with the sounds of Max Ribner Soul Trio, Featuring musical guest Sophie Lippert on piano and cello, located at ReSound NW. 

About the music ( listen @ www.MaxRibner.com ) 

'Max’s music is like a study in cultural anthropology – a drawing together of world influences – made stronger for its variety of voices. He's compelled by the idea that each song tells its own story, one that isn’t about him, but rather a ‘collective of artists’ – each song an example of what it sounds like when we work together rather than against one another. He aims to use the stage as a platform from which to reach across cultural divides – to connect seemingly disparate communities and encourage a deeper listening. He considers his choice of instrument, The Flugel Horn – traditionally used on battlefields – to be his way of ‘calling the troops’ – reaching beyond the social boundaries that we imagine separate us – extending an invitation to collaborate rather than combat.'

All Ages Event.
Doors: 6pm 
Admission: $20. 
The Chocolate Experience: $30 includes ticket + 1 handcrafted bar by Kristina Pescatore

To RSVP: Send payment via paypal to: maxwellribner@gmail.com

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