WAYZGOOSE AT KING’S BOOKS
It’s on again and twice as big: Tacoma’s annual Wayzgoose, a festival of print and paper arts held at King’s Books, and this year lasting for two days. Artists will create 3-by-3-foot linoleum carvings to be printed by a steamroller, others will show and sell their work with plenty of hands-on printmaking activities from T-shirts to cards to posters. 11 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. Free. King’s Books, 218 St. Helens Ave., Tacoma. 253-272-8801, kingsbookstore.com.
Acclaimed Norwegian women’s choir Cantus, featured on the opening track of Disney hit “Frozen,” will perform in Seattle next week with Seattle Pro Musica. “Eatnemen Vuelie,” the hit that opened the animated movie, is based on traditional Sami music and is just a part of “The Sound of Norway.” 7 p.m. Monday. $20 general, $15 seniors and $10 students. Plymouth Congregational Church, 1217 Sixth Ave., Seattle. 800-838-3006, vuelie.brownpapertickets.com, cantus.no, seattlepromusica.org.
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Brass Unlimited will perform its annual free Sounds of Brass pops concert Sunday at Tacoma Community College, featuring solo jazz saxophonist Tracy Knoop and including music from Broadway, Disney, “Downton Abbey” and pops standards. John Falskow directs the 16-piece brass ensemble with rhythm section. 3 p.m. Sunday. Free. TCC, Building 2, 6501 S. 19th St., Tacoma. tacomacc.edu, brassunlimited.org.
THE ESOTERICS SING “AGONIA”
No, it’s not agonizing music — rather, music of striving, suffering and (eventually) peace from Seattle a cappella choir The Esoterics, who’ll perform its concert “Agonia” in Christ Episcopal this weekend. The program includes contemporary music by Alfred Schnittke, Ned Rorem and John Joubert. 7:30 p.m. Saturday. In advance: $22 general, $15 senior, student and un(der)employed. At door: $25, $18 and $10 active choral singers. Christ Episcopal Church, 310 N. K St., Tacoma. 206-935-7779, theesoterics.org.