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Alasdair Fraser and Natalie Haas in Concert

Sylvia Center for the Arts 207 Prospect St, Bellingham

The musical partnership between consummate performer Alasdair Fraser, “the Michael Jordan of Scottish fiddling,” and brilliant Californian cellist, Natalie Haas, spans the full spectrum between intimate chamber music and ecstatic dance energy.

Stuart MacDonald, with special guest Thomas Marriott

Sylvia Center for the Arts 207 Prospect St, Bellingham

Sylvia Center Resident Company Whatcom Jazz Music Arts Center presents weekly jazz concerts in the Studio Theater every Wednesday night from September through June.

Jazz Walk 2019

Sylvia Center for the Arts 207 Prospect St, Bellingham

Two concerts on Wednesday, October 2nd, as part of Whatcom Jazz Music Arts Center’s downtown-wide Jazz Walk!

Naomi Moon Siegel Quartet

Sylvia Center for the Arts 207 Prospect St, Bellingham

Sylvia Center Resident Company Whatcom Jazz Music Arts Center presents weekly jazz concerts in the Studio Theater every Wednesday night from September through June.

East-West Alliance Septet featuring Jay Thomas

Sylvia Center for the Arts 207 Prospect St, Bellingham

Sylvia Center Resident Company Whatcom Jazz Music Arts Center presents weekly jazz concerts in the Studio Theater every Wednesday night from September through June.

Charlie Porter Quintet: CD Release Show!

Sylvia Center for the Arts 207 Prospect St, Bellingham

Sylvia Center Resident Company Whatcom Jazz Music Arts Center presents weekly jazz concerts in the Studio Theater every Wednesday night from September through June.

Ryan Keberle’s Catharsis Trio

Sylvia Center for the Arts 207 Prospect St, Bellingham

Catharsis Trio, a pared down and intimate version of Ryan Keberle’s Catharsis, brings together elements of chamber music, South American folk, indie rock, and jazz to form a unique and intimate sound of “indie jazz”.

Syrinx Effect (Naomi Moon Siegel + Kate Olson)

Sylvia Center for the Arts 207 Prospect St, Bellingham

We're delighted to present this acoustic-electric duo, both members of which have led their own bands on the WJMAC stage.

Clave Gringa

Sylvia Center for the Arts 207 Prospect St, Bellingham

Musician, composer and educator Ann Reynolds leads her all-star quartet through original and classic Cuban jazz tunes, from the charm of cha-cha to the depths of Afro-Cuban rhythms. Seattle based, world focused Clave Gringa consistently delights their audience.

Robert Sarazin Blake’s A Very Subdued Christmas

Sylvia Center for the Arts 207 Prospect St, Bellingham

An Annual Tradition: local musician Robert Sarazin Blake presents a collection of songs and stories that have something to do with the holiday season, including a rendition of Dylan Thomas’ A Child’s Christmas in Wales.