Tickets: $12 advance, $15 doors
COVID PROTOCOLS: All our staff are fully vaccinated, and we ask that our patrons be vaccinated as well. Our staff will be masked, and we encourage our audience to wear masks as much as possible.
Advance tickets can only be purchased online-we do not sell advance tickets at the venue. Refunds are not available within 48 hours of the event. Tickets do not guarantee seating during shows at the Royal Room. We are now accepting reservations for diners! Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for a table. The Royal Room is All Ages until 10pm.
Join us for our next installment of Piano Starts Here, featuring the music of Carole King and Nicky Hopkins. Carole King is one of the most successful and celebrated songwriters in history, also an accomplished pianist. Nicky Hopkins was one of the most celebrated studio pianists in history, also a songwriter.
The Piano Starts Here series highlights the work of some of the most prolific and talented composers and pianists to have ever tackled the instrument. Each of the performances brings together Seattle’s finest pianists to perform the works of the artist selected for that evening on the Royal Room’s Steinway B grand piano. Past PSH performances have highlighted the work of Sonny Clark, Thelonious Monk, Duke Ellington, Sun Ra, Annette Peacock, Bill Evans, Mary-Lou Williams, Fats Waller, Herbie Hancock, Alice Coltrane, Herbie Nichols, and countless others.
Curated by Wayne Horvitz and Alex Guilbert. Hosted by Alex Guilbert.
4 comments on “SHMP and KNKX Present: Piano Starts Here- The Music of Carole King and Nicky Hopkins”
We are planning to attend your venue on January 18th for our 53 anniversary. What time do you suggest we get there in order to get good seats. It would be difficult for us to stand during the performance. Thank you.
Hi Cheryl, Thanks for reaching out and happy anniversary! We have just started taking reservations again, please email email@example.com for a table.
I’d really like to see him play. I liked his music for Quicksilver, the Rolliong Stones, and others. But, ummmm… didn’t Nicky Hopkins die in 1994?
Please see event description! This series pays tribute to the music of famous composers and performers, played by Seattle area pianists.