Date Planner

Celebrate your affections with these fun SLU rendezvous.

Feel-good Flowers

South Lake Union Bouquet is here to brighten up the Seattle gloom.

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Banya 5

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Tacos Chukis

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Upcoming Events

February 14, 8:00 pm, 415 Westlake

The Aizuri Quartet: 2019 Grammy Nominees

The Aizuri Quartet has taken the classical music scene by storm, garnering top prizes at the prestigious M-Prize Chamber Arts Competition (2018) and receiving a Grammy nomination for their album, Blueprinting

Antonín Dvořák Selections from Cypresses

Lembit Beecher  These Memories May Be True

Rhiannon Giddens At the Purchaser’s Option

Jean Sibelius String Quartet,  “Voces Intimae”

Komitas Vartabed Armenian Folk Songs (selections)

Each selection  of the program is used to carefully  craft a heartfelt letter addressed to the space deeply nestled within our hearts, minds, and memories  we call “home.” Intimate love songs by Dvořák (arranged for string quartet) and the nostalgic, soulful folk songs by Armenian composer Komitas Vartabed serve as  bookends for the program, each containing a deep expression of homeland. Beecher’s These Memories May Be True was inspired by fragments of Estonian culture, songs and stories passed down to him by his grandmother that create, according to the composer, a “sense of something beautiful that has been lost in the wash of time.” Rhiannon Giddens depicts the  visceral tragedy of a young woman and her child being sold as slaves in her work “At the Purchaser’s Option,” and is juxtaposed by Sibelius’ expression of psychological anguish and longing for serenity in “Voces Intimae.”

Aizuri Quartet: Emma Frucht, violin • Miho Saegusa, violin • Ayane Kozasa, viola • Karen Ouzounizan, cello

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March 18, 6:30 pm, Museum of History and Industry

History Café: Women in Washington Wine

What does it take to make a splash in the wine industry?

Join winemaker Kay Simon, founder of Yakima Valley’s Chinook Wines, for a behind the scenes look into the world of Washington state viticulture.

Drawing on her experience as one of the first female winemakers in our state, Simon will share the challenges and successes that have marked her career and offer her unique insight into our state’s leading role in the wine industry.

For disability accommodations, please contact two weeks prior to the event.

Location: MOHAI

Cost: Free


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20 million gallons

of water from Lake Union used to level Denny Hill