According to Byock, “dying is inherently precarious”—but it doesn’t have to be. Drawing his experience as a palliative-care physician, he’ll outline steps to make the process easier for everyone from patient and doctor, to friends and family members.
“Womenomics,” the ability of women to lead, promote, inspire, and create change in the workforce, has seen a global surge. In light of this, outlining the necessary steps toward achieving this power has become more important than ever. VanderBrug (U.S. Trust) will highlight the many ways women are crucial to workplace success and explain how to leverage this global trend.
Under the artistic direction of Masaaki Suzuki, Bach Collegium Japan is renowned for its striking performances of Baroque music. The group makes its Seattle debut with Vivaldi’s concertos for recorder and oboe; Bach’s “Brandenburg Concerto;” and backed by powerful soprano Joanne Lunn, “Cantata No. 51;” and Handel’s epic early version of “Gloria.”
Anyone present for Gottman’s annual marriage tune-up can attest to his valuable advice for couples and families--this year will be no exception. He'll answer fundamental questions about love and trust, helping couples discover new ways to protect—or recover—their love for one another. Tickets only $25!