Bellevue Beat | Bellevue Arts Museum and 91.3 KBCS present BAM SOUND & VISION
Bellevue Arts Museum and 91.3 KBCS present BAM SOUND & VISION. The new concert series couples inspired music with powerful exhibitions. Join us on the final Friday of each month for live music, art, libations, and food trucks.
All ages welcome. $15 non-members, $12 members
Friday, April 29
The Westerlies are a NYC based brass quartet including: Riley Mulherkar and Zubin Hensler on trumpets, and Andy Clausen and Willem de Koch on trombones.
Breaks & Swells
When it comes to putting groove in your shoes and spring in your step, Breaks & Swells has what it takes to keep you dancing all night long. Always in full form and ready to make a crowd swing and swoon over the smoky-sweet vocals of Marquetta Miller.
Friday, May 27
SISTERS is an orchestra of two, and their togetherness is infectious. SISTERS has played Sasquatch! Music Festival, Bumbershoot Music and Arts Festival, and Capitol Hill Block Party. Their genre-gender-bending brand of indie pop is as endearing as it is virtuosic.
Friday, June 24
Spinning a web of downtempo beats, etherial orchestration, and a powerfully pure vocal style, Shaprece--flanked by producer IG88 and orchestral arranger Phillip Peterson--has become a recognized name in the recent Trip-Hop Revivalist movement and beyond. She has garnered early support and mentions from KEXP, SPIN, The New York Times, Revolt TV, City Arts Magazine, and many more.
Friday, August 26
Lauded in 2013 as Best Folk Singer in Seattle, Naomi Wachira is an artist of formidable talent and heart. Seattle Music Insider raves her performances as "marked by her strong stage presence, storytelling, and enduring smile." Wachira's voice is a melding of rich sources from her childhood in Kenya, her Northwest home, and such American inspirations as Tracy Chapman and South African activist Miriam Makeba.
Friday, September 30
Grace Love is a dynamic soul artist, singer, and composer. She is set to drop her first full length LP on We Coast Records and her live shows are becoming the stuff of local legend. She is handily backed by some of the finest lads in the Seattle music scene who guarantee a mix of dancin', music, and soulful sweet ballads.
Friday, October 28
The Cumbieros are a Seattle born multi-national cumbia band made up of talented musicians from Chile, Brazil, and North America. Featuring such instruments as the violin, accordion, guiro, guitar, and horns. The Cumbieros fuse traditional and contemporary South American cumbia with the modern sounds of ska and rock creating fun, high-energy music that drives everyone to the dance floor.
Published: April 25, 2016