Empire Nights Open Mic Nights
Youth ages 12 -19 encouraged to showcase your lyrical talent at Rainier Health and Fitness.
Arts in Motion
A community school for the arts, with programs for young musicians.
Arts Portal from the City of Seattle
On the Seattle.Gov website. Links and info about local and regional arts programs, festivals, artists, music.
Seattle's big music and arts festival.
C-89.5 Worldwide plays Seattle's Hottest Music. The station is owned by the Seattle Public Schools and is operated by students of Nathan Hale High School.
Jack Straw Productions
Jack Straw Productions (JSP) is the Northwest's only non-profit multidisciplinary audio arts center.
Music Northwest offers inspirational chamber music rehearsals and classes for music students.
An independent, nonprofit organization that promotes the cultural heritage of Pacific Northwest communities; they offer
after-school instructional series for Seattle youth and teens.
Pacific Northwest Blues in the Schools
Over the course of sixteen sessions, students learn how to play the basics on different instruments; the blues scale; call and response;
and how to create their own lyrics and revise them.
Rock 'n Roll Camp for Girls
The Rock 'n Roll Camp for Girls seeks to demonstrate — through lessons, mentorship, positive examples, and the shared
experiences of the staff and volunteers—that every genre of music from the heaviest to the most delicate, and every technical
job and creative endeavor in the music industry, is available to any girl or woman who wants to explore it.
Seattle Youth Symphony Orchestras
Seattle Youth Symphony Orchestras is the largest youth symphony organization in the United States.
tSBand provides opportunities for our student prophets to experiment and collaborate in creating music.
A Service Board
The Vera Project
The Vera Project (Vera) is what every teenager wants, a music-arts center run by and for youth.
Youth in Action
Youth in Action addresses issues of anger and aggression through music, dance, and art. A ten week session meets twice a week
July to Sept. A second ten week session will run Oct. - Dec. This program is FREE for youth ages 14-18.
They require a committment to attend all sessions, and have open spots available.