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Date
Saturday, October 17
Time
All Day
Place
Virtual
Cost
Admission Fee

Marcy Stonikas began her relationship with Seattle Opera audiences in 2010 as a member of the Young Artist Program. Since then her "spine-tingling soprano" (Opera News) has been heard on the McCaw Hall stage in The Magic Flute ('11), Turandot ('12), Tosca ('15), Ariadne auf Naxos('15), Aida ('18) and most recently in Britten's The Turn of the Screw ('18). We are excited to welcome Ms. Stonikas back for a virtual recital premiering October 9, 2020 when audiences will be able to enjoy her "huge, clear, commanding voice" (Washington Times) once more.

This recital is co-hosted by Florida State University College of Music and was fillmed at the Ruby Diamond Concert Hall on the Florida State University Campus. Pianist Valerie Trujillo is Professor of Vocal Coaching and Accompanying at Florida State University.

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Same Day Events Showing Events on October 17, 2020

All Day

Pacific Northwest Ballet presents Rep I

Admission Fee
Peter Boal has cracked open the treasure chest pulling together a series of solos and socially distanced gems.
All Day

Seattle Opera presents Frederick Ballentine in Recital

Admission Fee
Enjoy an incredible performance by Frederick Ballentine, the tenor who “deserves all kinds of kudos!” (The Seattle Times) for his performance as Don José in our 2019 production of Carmen when he stepped into the role with only two days notice.
All Day

Seattle Opera presents Pagliacci

Admission Fee
Feel a husband’s jealousy, a wife’s betrayal, and a clown’s love and sadness in this highlights recital of Leoncavallo’s beloved tale.
12:00 p.m.

Diwali: Lights of India

Free Event
Seattle Center Festál presents Diwali: Lights of India in partnership with Northwest Share. The festival features flower mandala arrangement, henna, saree booth, food, music, and more.

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