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Icicle Creek Visiting Artist Series

Connecting touring artists with students of all ages.

Inspiring the next generation of creators

The Icicle Creek Visiting Artist Series brings in performing artists from around the Pacific Northwest and beyond who both teach and demonstrate their creative processes in the classroom and through performance. Artists travel directly to schools to meet, perform for and work with students during the week and then cap off their visit with a full concert at Icicle Creek’s Snowy Owl Theater.

To learn more about how the Icicle Creek Visiting Artist Series works click here.

Sponsored By

NEA
SLF

Upcoming at Icicle Creek Center for the Arts

Andre Feriante: String Stories
Live Performances, Visiting Artist Series, World Music
Feb
18
Feb 18 7:30pm, Feb 19 2:00pm
$15-25

Hear instruments and musical styles that are seldom heard by today’s audiences. Andre Feriante will take you on a journey through time and place with the guitar and it's many relatives. 

TAIKOPROJECT
Live Performances, Visiting Artist Series, World Music
Mar
4
Mar 4 7:30pm, Mar 5 2:00pm
$15-25

TaikoProjects powerful drumming unites ancient Japanese tradition with 21st century American innovation to create a riot of movement and thundering rhythm.

Srivani Jade Ensemble
Live Performances, Visiting Artist Series, World Music
Mar
25
Mar 25 7:30pm, Mar 26 2:00pm
$15-25

Listen to the musical storytelling of Srivani Jade, a singer and composer of North Indian music.

Gina Williams
Live Performances, Visiting Artist Series
Apr
23
Apr 23 2:00pm
$15-25

Gina Williams returns to Icicle Creek for a dynamic mix of music; from original songs in gospel and jazz, to covers of her favorite vocalists top hits, there is something for everyone to love.

Indigenous Enterprise
Live Performances, Dance, Visiting Artist Series
May
12
May 12 7:30pm, May 13 2:00pm, May 13 7:30pm
$15-25

A multidisciplinary performance celebrating Native American culture and ancestors.

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