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More Music @ The Moore Auditions

2022 More Music @ the Moore Auditions

Auditions are now closed for STG’s 21st Annual More Music @ The Moore! The deadline to submit was January 7th. Those that have submitted an audition will be notified if they are invited to callbacks by January 13th. Thank you to all of those that shared their videos and we look forward to this year's performance!

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Save the Date! 2022 More Music @ the Moore Performance

Friday, March 25, 2022

The 21th anniversary of More Music @ The Moore features exceptional young musicians mixing up diverse music styles in collaboration with a nationally recognized Music Director, showcasing the future of Seattle music. This dynamic performance celebrates the rich talent of youth in our community and provides musicians, regardless of what style they play, the opportunity to make music together. Music Director, Mentors & Artists TBD. Produced by STG's ECE Dept., Sarah Strasbaugh Lead Producer.

Adult - $15 advance, $17 day of show
Student - $10 advance, $12 day of show

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2022 More Music @ The Moore Mentors & Staff

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What is More Music @ The Moore?

For 20 years, More Music @ The Moore has featured exceptional young musicians mixing up diverse music styles with the opportunity to learn through group collaborations, mentorships from music industry professionals, as well as opportunities for production and promotional support. The program culminates with a live performance by the artists, joined by a renowned Music Director.

More Music @ The Moore 2002- 2020:
35,000 Audience Members
600 Young Musician Participants
260+ Songs
115 Mentors
55+ Genres/cultural styles
8 Music Directors

Genres have included:
A Cappella, Acoustic Pop, Ambient, Americana, Bluegrass, Brass Band, Celtic Folk , Chinese Erhu, Classical, Contemporary Classic, Country, Electronic, Electronic Dance Music (EDM), Filipino Gospel, Folk, Folk Harp, Funk, Gospel, Grunge, Hard Rock, Hip Hop, Indian Classical, Indie, Industrial, Jamaican Reggae, Japanese Classical, Japanese Taiko, Jazz, Klezmer, Latin Chant, Mariachi, Metal, Musical Theatre, Neo-Soul, New Age, Opera, Percussion, Pop, Progressive Pop, Punk Rock, R&B, Rock, Roots, Russian Gypsy, Samoan, Scottish Fiddle, Singer-Songwriter, Ska, Soul, Spoken Word, Steel Pan, Techno, Theatrical percussion, Tibetan Opera, Tongan, Vietnamese Pop, Zimbabwean Marimba

As part of Moore Music @ The Moore, young artists have collaborated and performed with:
The Roots, Robert Glasper, Sheila E., Elvis Costello, Melissa Etheridge, Mike McCready, Jon Batiste and Stay Human, Meshell Ndegeocello, Michael Shrieve, Alan White, Maya Rudolph (Princess), and more!

Previous music industry mentors include:
Dr. Carlene Brown, Michael Shrieve, Ernestine Anderson, Bernadette Bascom, Jovino Santos Neto, Alan White, Dave Dederer, Ryan "Nails" Leyva, Derrick Hodge, Ricardo Frazer, Wael “L” Abou-Zaki, Jill Wangsgard, Andrew Joslyn, SassyBlack, Faustine Hudson, Shaina Shepherd, Chong the Nomad, Megan Tweed, Sean Majors, Meli Darby, Kevin Sur, Adra Boo, Jonathan Plum, Jason Clackley, Stephanie Anne Johnson, Dan Droz, Shaina Foley, Sendai Mike and more! (previous music directors are listed below)

Past participants include:
Macklemore, ParisAlexa, Otieno Terry, Austin Jenckes, Emily Randolph of NBC’s "The Voice," international Opera star J'Nai Bridges, Benicio Bryant of NBC’s “America’s Got Talent,” members of Thunderpussy, members of Industrial Revelation, members of Blake Lewis' band, members of Visqueen, and numerous other touring artists, music teachers, and music professionals.

Alumni + Past Performances

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We look forward to offering this program again in the future! Please consider making a contribution towards supporting STG in continuing important current digital programs now and in the future!

2021 More Music Songwriters Sessions

More Music @ The Moore 20th anniversary. Illustration by Becca Fuhrman

Illustration by Becca Fuhrman

STG’s More Music Songwriters Sessions connected aspiring songwriters ages 15-25 with professional songwriters and music industry creatives of various genres to share their experience, process, and insight into the music industry. These hour-long online conversations in July 2021 allowed participants at all levels of songwriting to ask questions, get new perspectives and approaches to the craft of songwriting and build their peer songwriting community. This program was offered for FREE in honor of More Music @ The Moore’s 20th Anniversary.

Guest Artists Included:

Max Levin: an up and coming artist & producer working professionally in L.A.

Eva Walker: Guitar player and singer in The Black Tones. Eva has played The Paramount stage opening for Death Cab for Cutie and nearly every festival in the area. She’s a music teacher, host of Audioasis on KEXP (the locals show).

Hollis Wong-Wear: songwriter, musician, speaker, creative generator and community advocate who lives between Los Angeles and Seattle, WA. She is the lead vocalist of the electronic R&B trio The Flavr Blue, and was GRAMMY nominated in 2014 for her work with Macklemore and Ryan Lewis.

Valerie June: Acclaimed Tennessee-bred singer-songwriter, who just released her 3rd full-length album, The Moon and Stars: Prescriptions for Dreamers.

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