Year 2005


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November 11, 2005

Kim Angelis 
Joseph Gault
Photos from artists' website

Seldovia had a real treat with this concert. Even months later after their performance here, people were still talking about the beautiful young violinist and her husband and the beautiful music they made. Thank you Kim and Joseph for sharing your beautiful sounds with us.

Check out for more information on Kim, Josef, and their music

      Many thanks to our major sponsor, the Alaska State Council on the Arts!

September 17
Andy White
and Radoslav Lorkovic
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Rad and Andy are …one of the most unusual and anticipated musical collaborations we've seen. In Rad we get a pianist (accordian) with both blues and classical roots, and in Andy we get rock and roll and alternative sounds with Celtic origins. This is an astonishing mix for those listeners tired of `
the same old stuff.’ Andy and Rad have been playing together( off and on) for 8 years, and are so excellent individually and together. They met in Europe and have toured extensively throughout Europe.

September 3

Photo by Darlene Crawford
T.J. Casey—A cowboy poet and singer
T.J. Casey, ‘Montana’s singing cowboy’, is the real deal who spends his life in the saddle...  His music takes him from his beloved Montana all over the U.S.  “Trickling Water" was rated one of the Top 10 Western Swing Songs in the World on 2003 and 2004 Sunset Music Charts.   TJ is also published in the "Big Roundup," an anthology of the best classic contemporary cowboy poetry in America.
 "I was greeted by the Upbeat Sounds of a Great Western Song, and a Pleasing Western Voice. To make a long story short I couldn't turn it off. When I play it on our Radio Show, the remarks that come back to me are "Great Voice, Good Dance Music, Where can I find the CD?"

August 13

photo from artist's website
“Libby” is a one-woman show presented by Liz Ware
(she played Hyppolyta & Titania in “A Midsummer Night’s Dream”)

“Libby” is a story of the first American woman to travel to the Pribilof Islands in 1879.

In 1879 Libby Beaman traveled with her husband to Alaska's remote Pribilof Islands in the Bering Sea.  The first nonnative American woman in the Pribilofs, Libbyrecorded the events of her year and half there in diaries and letters. This is the true and passionate tale of a brave woman who conquered her own fears and prejudices and grew to have great affection for the native people and natural beauty that surrounded her.  Yet she endured the hostility of her husband’s supervisor and a winter storm that brought her to the brink of death.   A window into the life of an extraordinary woman in 19th century Alaska, with Elizabeth Ware in the title role.   Brought to Seldovia by Edgeware Productions.

June 17-18, 2005 - photos from artists' websites


photo from artist's website
May 17th

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Greg Brown in Concert

May 6-7th

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Shakespeare Alaska Theater of Youth
Show performing "Midsummer Night's Dream"
12 actors coming! They were a terriffic performance group!

February 5, 2005
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Sharon Katz jaming with some musicians in the Congo.

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Sharon Katz and the Peace Train

Alaska State Council on the Arts
WESTAF Tour Grant
Seldovia Arts Council