First Sundays Concerts is ready for its 17th season with eight in-person performances by classical and jazz artists at 4 p.m. at Waterfront Community Center.
Cost is $25, $10 for kids. Limit of 60 people with proof of vaccine and masks required.
The 2022 schedule is:
• Jan. 9 — Elisa Barston & Friends, classical piano trio. Pansy Chang on cello and Paige Roberts Molloy on piano.
• Feb. 6 — Greta Matassa, jazz vocalist and quintet. The last concert before live music went quiet was with this Bainbridge Islander.
• March 6 — Elizabeth Phelps & Friends, classical quartet. The violinist leads an ensemble of rising stars in the Seattle chamber music world.
• April 3 — Bill Anschell, jazz trio. A favorite on BI, he will be joined by D’Vonne Lewis on drums and Jeff Johnson on bass.
• May 1 — Michael Partington, solo classical guitar. He’s an award-winning British guitarist.
After taking the summer off, the concerts will return.
• Sept. 11 — Frank Huang, solo classical piano. A Seattle native, Huang has gained international recognition for his artistry and technical command.
• Oct. 2 — Members of the Seattle Symphony, classical piano quartet with french horn.
• Nov. 6 — Duende Libre, Afro-Cuban jazz quintet. They close out the season with their debut here. Globe-trotting modern jazz virtuosi perform with rich pan-global influences.