Just a reminder that new student registration begins Tuesday, March 10 so if you’ve been dragging your feet on getting registered for Spring quarter then get a move on! Classes will start to fill up fast, so get registered now to ensure your spot in classes you want and classes you need for graduation!
Let your spirit soar with stirring music of hope, faith and inspiration from both sacred and secular traditions. Featuring the stunning “Dark Night of the Soul” for chorus, piano and string quartet by contemporary Norwegian/American composer Ola Gjeilo, the varied program also contains the early Baroque masterpiece “Die mit Tränen säen” by Johann Schein, Eric Barnum’s sublime and meditative “Dawn,” the rousing Gospel powerhouse “John the Revelator” arranged by Paul Caldwell and Sean Ivory and much more. Don’t miss this uplifting musical experience!
Performances are at:
St. Luke’s Lutheran Church
3030 Bellevue Way NE
Saturday, March 7 at 7:30 p.m.
Sunday, March 8 at 3 p.m.
$18 – Adult;
$14 – Seniors and students;
$9 – 12 and under.
Tickets at the door or at Brown Paper Tickets.
More information at http://www.BellevueChamberChorus.org
Waltz on over to the Theater Department this weekend through next Saturday, March 14 and check out “Texarkana Waltz,” the semi-autobiographical play the Los Angeles Times calls “One of those rare works that manages to tickle the funny bone while plucking the heartstrings with quirky writing that sparkles with playful wit.” Um, we’re sold!
Directed by Debra Pralle, the Theater department presents Seattle playwright Louis Broome’s play that explores the horror of murder and the healing power of family and forgiveness in fresh, funny and stylistically creative ways.
From echoes of Hamlet, to Brechtian epic drama, and into a realistic exploration of a modern lesbian couple, “Texarkana Waltz” employs modern and classical sensibilities, colorful characters and the occasional singing cowboy to catapult us to the heartland of America as an Oklahoma clan struggles with the violent demons of its past.
Playing in the Shoreline Community College Campus Theater, performances are March 5, 6, 7, 12, 13 and 14 at 7:30 p.m.
General admission, $10
Children 14 and under and SCC Students, $6
Seniors and Non-SCC Students, $8
Get tickets here.
Shoreline Community College’s International Peer Mentors proudly present Global Showcase 2015 this Friday, March 6 from 12–3 p.m. in the PUB Main Dining Room. This is an exhibition of Shoreline Community College’s cultural diversity. At this event, students will be showcasing their cultures to the community through interactive booths and performances. Dr. Earnest Johnson will speak about multiculturalism and globalization at 12:30. Over 20 cultures will be represented, including Indonesia, Hong Kong, Saudi Arabia, Japan, Tanzania, China, Russia and more. Students will also have opportunities to win prizes. Come hang out with us and explore the great diversity of Shoreline Community College! You might even encounter a culture you never have before!
Global Showcase 2015
March 6, 2015 – 12-3 p.m.
PUB Main Dining Room