Italian nights @ Caffe’ Musica

Italian night will be held on the 2nd Saturday of the month at Caffe’ Musica featuring great Italian food, wine and music. This will also be an excellent opportunity to visit the Italian biblioteca and speak some Italian while there.

Music goes from 7 – 9pm. Upcoming dates are Feb 11, Mar 11, Apr 8, and May 13. $5 cover.

Bonny Birch, president of the Northwest Accordion Society and chairman of the Leavenworth International Accordion Celebration is joined by guitarist Nick Heiting and tuba player Paul Ostler. This versatile trio performs an eclectic repertoire of American, European Continental (French, Italian, etc), and classical music.

More info at


So many Italian Festivals and events are waiting for our community this September!

Sept 9-11th  San Gennaro Festival

Location: 1225 South Angelo Street, Seattle, WA
Festival Hours
September 9th:   6pm – 10pm
September 10th:  10am – 10pm
September 11th:  10am – 6pm

For a full schedule please

Saturday Sept 17th Inaugurazione Italian Cultural Center (Grand Opening)

Visit Il Punto!, BIS (Italian Library), Caffe’ Musica & Rare Earth Music Studio all under one roof.

Join us anytime from 2-6pm Saturday Sept. 17, 2016
Location: 14300 Greenwood Ave N, Ste A Seattle, WA

2-4pm: Visit the center & learn about our programs. Small book sale at the library.
4-6pm: Ribbon cutting, toast and appetizers
6pm +: try the new Italian menu from Caffe’ Musica
8pm +: live music
Connect with old friends and new!

This is a family friendly event.
More info on

The Grand opening is part of a week of events hosted at caffe’ musica.
Great food, live music, wine tasting, games, and other activities.

September 24-25 Festa Italiana Seattle
From 10am to 7pm Saturday and Sunday at Seattle Center

This Italian Festival features food, music, art, dance and participatory activities for the entire family. There’s “The Great Italian Chefs” cooking demonstrations, the Festa Grape Stomp, the Bocce Tournament, children’s activities, an historical photo collection, a contemporary exhibit of photos of Italy, an Italian Classic Vehicle Show, and three stages with Free Entertainment.

More info on their website

Il Punto! will be to these events with a booth. If you would like to volunteer to one of these events, let us know! it is a great way to make new friends and new connections.

Puget Sound Concert Opera – ANNA BOLENA by Donizetti – Saturday 26th/Sunday 27th

So many amazing events regarding Italian culture this weekend! If you love opera you should not miss this!
Puget Sound Concert Opera
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By Gaetano Donizetti
Saturday September 26th, 7PM
Music Center of the Northwest
901 N. 96th Street, Seattle, WA
Sunday September 27th, 3PM
Cross of Christ Lutheran Church, Bellevue
411 156th Ave NE, Bellevue, WA
Admission:  $20
Anna: Jennifer Bromagen         Giovanna: Regina Thomas                 Enrico: Jonathan Silvia
Percy: Tim Janecke                  Lord Rochefort: Ryan Bede               Smeton: Nerys Jones
                   Hervey: Colin Ward                                         Piano:John Burkhardt
Sorry, we cannot accept credit cards at this time.  We are happy to accept cash or personal checks! 
Reserve seats by calling (425)814-2337.  Please advise how many seats you need, your name and call back number. 
Performed concert style with six piece chamber ensemble and supertitles in English and Italian.


festa italiana

Do not forget this weekend September 26 & 27 the Annual Italian Festival at the Seattle Center!

Highlights include a Celebrity Chef headlining a great schedule of cooking demos, Sicilian puppetry by the Carter Family Marionettes and a Grape Stomping competition which has to be seen to be believed! By popular demand, the Food Court & Vendor Market has been expanded as well.

Come and look for Il Punto’s booth at the Fisher Pavilion!

For a complete schedule of the event check Festa Italiana website here.

Seattle Trentino Club – Let’s bring CORO SAN ROMEDIO to Seattle fundraising

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Dan and Seattle Trentino Club are starting a Kickstarter to bring to Seattle the Coro San Romedio in Fall 2016. Coro San Romedio is an a cappella mens group from Northern Italy, precisely from Val di Non, Trentino, in the beautiful Dolomites. They have been traveling around Italy and Europe to represent the trentino folks culture. It is about time to have them in Seattle!

Dan, whom ancestors left those valleys to come as immigrants to the US, met with Coro San Romedio this past Summer 2015 and he was right away captured by their beautiful voices. He made plans to share their voices and traditional songs with the Seattle area.

Those are their goals, as stated in the kickstarter website:
First goal: is for the Seattle area to raise $8,800 by October 1st 2015 to show “serious intent” with the invitation.
Second goal: is for Seattle to secure venues around the city for CSR to perform and to continue to raise funding.
Final goal: is for CSR to raise the remainder of the funding by April of 2016.

Here the link to the kickstarter page

Please help Dan and the association to fund this project! 30 days to go for the first goal!

Here are some link to more videos and website about Coro San Romedio

Coro San Romedio Youtube
Coro San Romedio website (italian)
Coro San Romedio facebook

San Gennaro Festival in Seattle – September 11th-13th

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Mark your calendar for the San Gennaro Festival in Seattle on September 11th-13th @ 1225 S Angelo St, Seattle, WA 98108.
The festival is like an Italian street fair. It will be a fun filled event with plenty of entertainment, great food, and interesting exhibits. Free entrance!

Il Punto! will be there as well with a booth. Please stop by and say hi to our volunteers!

For more information and a complete schedule please visit or their facebook page 

The San Gennaro Foundation is a non-profit organization, created in 2013 to honor St Gennaro, the Patron Saint of Naples, and his commitment to help people in need. It is the goal of the Foundation to raise money through events such as the San Gennaro Festival, which celebrates the Patron Saint of Naples, the Blood Miracle of St. Gennaro, and the contribution of Italian Americans to the Northwest.