FEDERAL WAY SYMPHONY WITH PIANO AND ORGAN
A piano concerto and organ symphony expand the sound of the Federal Way Symphony at its concert Saturday, with Michael Plagerman as soloist in Saint-Saëns’ beloved Organ Symphony No. 3 (featured in the movie “Babe”) and Christopher Son Richardson as soloist in Chopin’s Piano Concerto in E minor. The concert begins at 8 p.m. at Saint Vincent de Paul Church, 30525 Eighth Ave. S., Federal Way. Tickets are $20 for adults, $15 for seniors; at the door, tickets are $25 for adults, $20 for seniors, $15 for students, and free for those 18 and younger. 253-529-9857, federalwaysymphony.org.
NEW INSTALLATION AT OLYMPIC SCULPTURE PARK
Emerging artist Sam Vernon transforms the Paccar Pavilion at Seattle’s Olympic Sculpture Park with an immersive installation transforming ghost stories into an overhead landscape. Vernon imprints abstract and graphic designs in black and white, veiled by shimmering fabric canopies, on a big hexagonal grid that covers the pavilion’s interior. The free exhibit is open 7 a.m.-8 p.m. daily at 2901 Western Ave., Seattle. 206-654-3100, seattleartmuseum.org.
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NORTHWEST NATIVE ART MARKET AT THE BURKE MUSEUM
Explore and buy art directly from 14 artists at the Burke Museum’s Native Art Market, part of a weekend-long celebration that includes a scholarly symposium and art demonstrations. Media include painting and sculpture, jewelry, digital collage, carvings and prints. Market hours are 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Sunday and it is free with museum admission, which is $10 general, $8 seniors, $7.50 students, free for those younger than 5. The museum is on the University of Washington campus, at Northeast 45th Street and 17th Avenue Northeast, Seattle. 206-543-5590, burkemuseum.org.
DRUNKEN TELEGRAPH STORYTELLING IN TACOMA
Named after Rudyard Kipling’s description of a drooping Tacoma telegraph wire in 1889, the Drunken Telegraph series features community storytellers offering live storytelling. The stories begin at 7:30 p.m. Saturday at Studio 3, Broadway Center, 915 Broadway, Tacoma. Admission is $8. 253-591-5894, broadwaycenter.org.