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Artist profile: Bluegrass music captivates Marcel Ardans

Marcel Ardans, 24, grew up on a city farm in Phoenix and later in northern Arizona. His family moved to Bellingham when he was a teen and he attended Sehome High School.

After graduating, he started performing professionally in stage productions and musicals in the pit orchestra in…

Korby Lenker, Jesse Terry to play the Frog

Growing up in Idaho, singer, songwriter Korby Lenker started taking piano lessons at the age of 8. While attending Western Washington University, he formed a regionally successful alt-bluegrass band called the Barbed Wire Cutters in the late 1990s.

Moscow pianist Vadym Kholodenko will help WWU’s Sanford-Hill Piano Series open 2014-15 season

Moscow pianist Vadym Kholodenko, whose accolades include the recipient of the Nancy Lee and Perry R. Bass Gold Medal at the 14th Van Cliburn International Piano Competition, performs at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 21, at Western Washington University’s Performing Arts Center in the first of this…

Happy Valley Sluggers to play next in noon series 2014-07-22
Local Cajun band Happy Valley Sluggers plan free concert at WWU

Bellingham's Louisiana-style Cajun band, The Happy Valley Sluggers, will kick up the fiddle and accordion to help Western Washington University feel a bit more like "The Big Easy" in a free outdoor concert from noon to 1 p.m. Wednesday, July 23, at Western Performing Arts Center…

Willow Vane plays noon concert July 16 at WWU 2014-07-16
Summer concert series continues at noon July 9 2014-07-09
From jam sessions at Western to a national tour: A Seattle electronic music phenomenon

Harrison Mills and Clayton Knight bob their heads with the crisp beats of their electronic music in a smoothly synchronized fashion. Their sound is a waterfall of cascading vocal loops and distinctive rhythmic syncopation, which has received over 4.7 million streams on SoundCloud, hit No. 1 on…

Summer noon concert season begins Wednesday 2014-07-01
Bellingham Festival of Music opens July 5

The Bellingham Festival of Music unites principal players from major North American orchestras with exceptional musicians from other local, regional and national ensembles who, under the artistic direction of Michael Palmer, perform as the Festival Orchestra on Saturday, July 5, through July 20…

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