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Sat 2/25, 2023, 11:00am
Town Hall Seattle and Northwest Folklife present
Nahaan, Adriana Giordano, and Special Guests
From Alaska to Amazonas

It’s time for another Saturday Family Concert! 

Reminder: Saturday Family Concerts are specifically built for children to dance, play, and enjoy new music and art.  

Bring the whole family for a richly layered experience of music, spoken word poetry, visual art, and resistance drawn from two Native cultures — the Tlingit people of southern Alaska and the Indigenous Brazilian people of the Amazon. This concert is co-created by Nahaan, a Tlingit artist of multiple genres and Indigenous activist, and stellar Seattle musician Adriana Giordano.  

Through stories and music that draw on recordings of tribal songs, as well as other Brazilian musical genres, the two will provide an immersive musical mosaic that evokes the Amazon and Indigenous tribal cultures. Move to the rhythm, get hands-on with kid-friendly activities and wooden percussion instruments, and join us for a fun-filled Saturday morning at Town Hall!  


Nahaan – vocals, spoken word 

Adriana Giordano – vocals, triangle and other percussion instruments 

Gabe Hall Rodrigues – piano and accordion 

Julian Weisman – double bass 

Jeff Busch – percussion 

Freddy Gonzalez – trombone and flute 

About Saturday Family Concerts 

This half of the season, Town Hall Seattle and Northwest Folklife focus on the theme of Art as Empowerment, exploring how protest music liberates and validates identity. This 4-part series brings awareness to issues that affect everyone at any age, encouraging young people and families to explore their heritage — past, present and future — as a source for individual and collective identity. 

As with all of our Saturday Family Concerts, this event is free for ages 22 and under.

Presented by Town Hall Seattle and Northwest Folklife. This event is supported by our media sponsor, Seattle’s Child. 


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