The Susan Harmon Hour Guest line-up :
November 6 Denise Henrikson, climate change activist, has created an amazing project, Illuminated Sockeye Salmon so 350 silk fish will dance through the streets of Paris during the Climate Change Summit. Is local activist, artist, mother and lover of our precious earth has a lot to share with us both about climate change and our roles in being loving and effective change makers.
November 13 Melinda Raebyne,writer & producer of the film, Asylum and Alder Sherwood, producer of Do You Shift? and writer and star of the short film, Bi, join Susan to discuss what is happening with women and how that connects with the ancient aspects of the councils of wise women and the real meaning of FRIDAY the 13th
November 20 Seattle based Opera Tenor Jose Iniguez will join Susan to discuss his performance at Benaroya Hall on November 28th for a unique Holiday Concert called Encanto. Encanto was written to merge Opera Aria, Classical Piano and Mariachi Bolero. Mc’ing this event is KCTS Channel 9 Producer Enrique Cerna. This promises to be a Holiday Concert that will leave you enchanted. This is an educational fundraiser for scholarships. Eastern Washington University. Attendees will have an opportunity to win a cruise for 2 to Norway and a cruise for 2 to the Mediterranean. All proceeds go to supporting student scholarships. Cocktail party starts at 6:00 pm in the atrium. To purchase tickets please go to Benaroya Hall box office or www.seattlesymphony.org/BenaroyaHallTune in to hear Jose’s incredible voice and learn more about this type of music and how you can help with scholarships
November 27 An Attitude of Grattitude AND celebrating The Green Corn Festival. This is about love and gratitude and honoring First Peoples celebration of the Green Corn Festival before the story was rewritten to make the Colonists actions more palatable. How do we tell truth and move forward with actual gratitude in our asserts? Clearing old woulds for authentic and actual gratitude.