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Free Concerts at the Frye Museum

January 9, 2013

Jazz fusion bassist Evan Flory-Barnes

Jazz fusion bassist Evan Flory-Barnes

As last year drew to a close, the CB was so focused on trying to meet his goal of saving you $24,000 that he almost forgot that the point of the book and the blog is to show you how to live the good life — for less. And that doesn’t just mean hotel deals and free food. It also means enjoying all of the area’s cultural scene has to offer as well, much of it free.

The Frye Museum is a good example not only because it has free admission all year long (and free parking despite its location on Capitol Hill), but also because it’s offering a series of free concerts to close out its current exhibit that shows there’s more to the city’s cultural scene than paintings and sculptures.

Here’s the list courtesy of Seattle Met’s Culture Fiend blog:

Evan Flory-Barnes shows off his new jazz fusion bass works from 5:30 to 6:30 pm Jan. 10th.

The Black Constellation–a collaboration between the hip hop acts Shabazz Palaces and THEESatisfaction will have a rare performance with the visual art of Maikoiyo Alley-Barnes on the 12th. Unfortunately, all of the tickets for this one are gone.

The People’s Grand Opera, a public choir that performs songs by Sara Edwards inspired by the poetry of Walt Whitman will hold public rehearsals at 2 pm on Jan. 12th and 19th.

The People’s Grand Opera will close out the month with a performance from 3-4 pm Jan. 20th with a reading by local writer Rebecca Brown.

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