By Assunta Ng Northwest Asian Weekly Marco Polo went to China in the 13th century and introduced pizza and noodles to the Europeans. Marco had inspired me to visit Venice last October, but the inspiration I got from Venice turned out to be something else.
Compiled by Staff Northwest Asian Weekly In celebration of Asian Pacific American Heritage Month, the Northwest Asian Weekly asked several
By Deanna Duff Northwest Asian Weekly Bows glide across violins as fingers tap out compositions on trumpets. As the symphony warms up at Benaroya
I was completely lost during the first half of Celebrate Asia! at Benaroya Hall last Friday. I was the problem. Pipa, a traditional Chinese instrument similar to a guitar (except it’s played vertically), is too profound for me.
On Dec. 30, the Seattle Symphony Orchestra added 18 new members to its board of directors. Among them is Judith Fong-Bressler, a retired hospital administrator. (end)
The Hartford Symphony Orchestra (HSO) selected Carolyn Kuan to become the 10th music director in its 68-year history.
Where can one enjoy a live performance by world-renowned Korean soprano Sumi Jo singing Korean songs in addition to a beloved aria by Verdi?
When looking for holiday presents, there are certain criteria that many of us consider. We want the gift to be a perfect representation of our affection for the receiver.
Carolyn Kuan, former associate conductor of the Seattle Symphony Orchestra, and Judith Yan, music director/principal conductor of Opera on the Avalon in Canada, were two of four guest conductors for the performances of the Stowell/Sendak version of “The Nutcracker” by the Pacific Northwest Ballet (PNB).