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Bellevue A&E Events | Dec. 13

Bellevue singer Nancy Bos has released her own CD of Christmas classics entitled Christmas Wish.

The CD was recorded and produced in Bellevue at Rainstorm Studio, with Katy Kavanaugh behind the mixing board. Collaborations on the CD include pianist and former Bellevue resident Andy Carr, guitarist Renante Amador from Bellevue’s Aldersgate United Methodist Church, Broadway coach and singer Robert Edwin and Bos’ own 10 year old daughter, Lindsey Costlow, joining her for a duet of Silent Night.

Part of Bos’ project is to help children in third-world countries. She is donating 10 percent of all Christmas Wish CD sales to the Nepalese Youth Opportunity Foundation, a group that rescues Nepalese girls from bondage and places street orphans in an orphanage and school.

Christmas Wish is available through CDBaby, Amazon and I-Tunes or by contacting Box directly at nancy@studiobos.com.

Bellevue singer Brenda Kutz White, whose “Christmas in the Northwest” has become a local holiday standard, will perform Saturday, Dec. 13 in a benefit concert for Seattle Children’s Hospital.

White will sing at 7 p.m. at Lake Sammamish Foursquare Church, 14434 N.E. Eighth St., Bellevue.

Admission is free. Donations will be accepted for Seattle Children’s Hospital.

For information about Saturday’s concert, call 425-463-7000 or email office@lakesamm.org.

Suzanne DeCuir of Bellevue was awarded second place for her painting “Dusk” (oil on canvas) during the EAFA 33rd Annual Open Art Exhibition Reception held at Redmond City Hall on Dec. 7.

Thirty-seven children from the Bellevue area are part of Pacific Northwest Ballet’s Nutcracker this year.

The roles include baby mice and toy soldiers. Young performers from the Bellevue area include (name, role, academic school, age):

Kailin Apuyan, Small Servant, Sherwood Forrest, 9

Jade Butler, Toy Theater Girl, Highland, 11

Curtis Lee Calhoun, Fighting Mouse Man, Bellevue High, 15

Sean Cooney, Cavalry, Bellevue High, 15

Madeline DeVries, Fighting Mouse, Newport High, 16

Renata Drucker, Scrim Mouse, Lakeside, 11

Claire Floyd, Artillery, Sacred Heart, 9

Ava Gallion, Infantry Officer, Woodridge, 10

Shamber Goldstein, Infantry, Jewish Day School of Metropolitan Seattle, 10

Olivia Gray, Fighting Mouse, Bellevue High, 15

D. J. Heath, Fritz, Toy Theater Boy, Cherry Crest, 10

Olivia Jurgensen, Infantry, Clyde Hill, 10

Katherine Kim, Small Servant, Sacred Heart, 9

Liesl Klaasen, Teenager, Homeschooled, 11

Madelyn Koch, Chinese, Issaquah High, 17

Dagny Layman, Infantry, Eton, 10

Lucie Lundquist, Party Girl, Medina, 10

Johanna Mannisto, Cavalry, Odle, 12

Mackenzie Martinz,Scrim Mouse, Tyee, 14

Rachel May, Prologue - Pirlipat, Bellevue High, 10

Jordan Murphy, Prologue, International School, 12

Arlee Ness, Small Servant, Spiritridge, 9

Eleanor Pearson, Artillery, Villa Academy, 9

Elizabeth Pelluer, Toy Theater Girl, Audobon, 9

Niki Petrakos, Infantry, Stevenson, 10

Lindsey Pool, Toy Theater Girl, St. Thomas, 10

Elizabeth Reynolds, Mother Mouse, University Prep., 17

Julia Schlaepfer, Scrim Mouse, Lakeside, 13

Katie Sells, Chinese, Bellevue High, 17

Chandler Sharp, Prologue & Toy Theater Boy, Chinook, 11

Eun-Sun Shin, Small Servant, Lake Hills, 9

Samantha Song, Tall Servant, International School, 11

Marina Taylor, Fighting Mouse, Issaquah High School, 15

Brynn Tweeddale, Tall Servant, Odle, 12

Laura Anne Wallace, Fighting Mouse, Bellevue Christian, 16

Mackenzie Williams, Party Girl, St. Thomas, 10

Rose Wittenmyer, Little Girl, 7

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