UNDERGROUND

Great Music, Great food and drink, and great company.

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Immerse yourself in music that feeds the soul, excites the spirit, and brings people together. Our unique blend of innovative programs, signature multimedia experiences, and fun, informal venues makes for an experience to remember, all at a price you can afford.
Come join us!


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While Italy was busy acquiring its status as the center of the 17th and 18th century musical world, composers and performers in north Germany, Scandinavia, England, and Holland were busy developing their own unique sound, blending Italian influences with a distinctly northern sensibility and style. San Francisco’s free-spirited early music powerhouse Agave Baroque offers up this program of fiery, bold, and inventive works by Buxtehude, Sidon, Peterson, Blow, and Roman.

Fri may 10, 2019

7:30 pm: United Methodist Church of Anacortes | Tickets at the door

SAT May 11, 2019

7:30 pm: St. Augustine's Episcopal Church, Freeland | Buy Tickets

SUN May 12, 2019

3:00 pm: Resonance at SOMA Towers, Bellevue | Buy Tickets
8:00 pm: The Royal Room, Columbia City (all ages) | Buy Tickets

TUE May 14, 2019

7:00 pm: Capitol Cider, Seattle (ages 21+) | Buy Tickets

NOTE: ALL online ticket sales end two hours prior to each performance


Past Performances

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October 5-8 2018

It's a celebration of the multigenerationally musical Bach family, including Johann Sebastian Bach’s ebullient Brandenburg Concerto #5 and works by Johann Bernhard, Wilhelm Friedemann, and Wilhelm Friedrich Ernst Bach. From Baroque brilliance to Classical virtuosity, this is one family reunion you’ll not want to miss.


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NOVEMBER 9-13 2018

It was music that broke all the rules, caused an uproar, and turned the establishment on its head. It was the birth of the modern, the birth of the cool. It rocked and it rolled 400 years ago, and we play it like it was written yesterday. Experience the music that pushed the limits and changed the world, including works by Castello, Fontana, Weckmann, Mielczewski, and more.

Nov 30 - Dec 4 2018

Whip up a big batch of holiday cheer with music from Renaissance and Baroque Italy, France, Spain, and Latin America. Henry Lebedinsky and the Underground House Choir serve up holiday treats including Isabella Leonarda’s luminous Gloria in Excelsis Deo and Black Brazilian composer José Mauricio Nuñes Garcia’s elegant O Magnum Mysterium.

Jan 5-6 2019

Elvis Presley. Duke Ellington. Ludwig van Beethoven. Revolutionary musicians who disrupted the very fabric of the artistic world around them. Add to the list Arcangelo Corelli, the true first celebrity violinist who truly went viral. Renowned baroque violinist Ingrid Matthews joins harpsichordist Henry Lebedinsky for a program of works by Corelli and the composers he influenced, including music from Mexico, Sweden, China, and Russia.

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Feb 10-12 2019

William Shakespeare’s incomparable poetry and powerful insights into the human condition have influenced artists and musicians for over 400 years. Tenor Zach Finkelstein joins the Underground House Band for a program of Baroque music with words written by and inspired by the Bard, featuring works by Henry Purcell, Ignatius Sancho, Thomas Arne, and more.

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MAR 8-12 2019

Scotland’s natural beauty and rich heritage has inspired musicians for centuries. Internationally acclaimed Scottish fiddler and violinist Brandon Vance joins harpsichordist and guitarist Henry Lebedinsky to explore the interplay between art and folk music in 18th century Scotland. Sonatas by Oswald, MacLean, Munro, and Marshall dance alongside traditional reels, Strathspeys, jigs, and marches in this unique and wonderful program.

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Apr 12-16 2019

Born in Venice, Antonia Padoani Bembo showed prodigious talent as a singer, staged a daring escape from a violent marriage with the help of a globetrotting guitar virtuoso, and made her way to Paris, where she lived and composed under the protection of King Louis XIV. Soprano Natalie Ingrisano joins violinists Romaric and Corentin Pokorny, cellist Caroline Nicolas, and harpsichordist Henry Lebedinsky to explore the life, times, and music of this exceptional woman.