by Maggie Molloy
Last month, we co-hosted our first New Music Happy Hour with the Live Music Project. It was so fun, we knew we’d have to do it again!
It’s a chance for musicians, new music enthusiasts, non-musicians, and curious bystanders alike to come together and share ideas, create connections, and strengthen Seattle’s ever-growing network of artists and musicians. No experience necessary! The only prerequisite is an open mind and a willingness to engage in meaningful dialogue about music and art in Seattle and beyond.
Here are just a few good reasons to join us:
-You want to learn more about Second Inversion or the Live Music Project.
-You want to meet Seattle-based composers, performers, and new music enthusiasts.
-You’ve been in touch with people on the RSVP list virtually, but never met in person.
-You want to brainstorm ideas and collaborations.
-You are curious about what “new music” is.
-You want to be a part of strengthening this beautiful community.
You like new music. We like new music. Let’s get together and talk about new music, drink a couple beers, and make some new friends along the way. We hope to see you there!
New Music Happy Hour will be held Tuesday, July 19 at 5:30 p.m. at the Queen Anne Beerhall, located at 203 W Thomas St, Seattle, WA 98119. To RSVP, please click here.