Sunday, June 20, 2021


Anderson School - The Shed

5 - 8 pm


All Ages Welcome

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At the time of the show, we will follow any COVID precautions in place at that time, which could include capacity limits, social distancing, mask wearing or other safety measures. In the event that shows are postponed or canceled, our website will be updated.

About Sylvi


An apparition inhabits Sarah Feinberg. You may not notice it to look at the
California-born, Northwest-raised singer-songwriter, but as soon as the musician
opens her mouth, the spirit is evident. It twirls and swirls above and around her
mortal visage. It grows flush to the ceiling; it enraptures, haunts and sticks with
you, yourself now part-poltergeist for all its sonic prowess.  

Feinberg, who also plays in two prominent Northwest groups, TELLERS and I
Will Keep Your Ghost, first learned guitar from her mother at 11-years-old. She
wrote her first song not long after. Since, she has busked at the historic Pike
Place Market and opened for Emerald City luminaries like Damien Jurado,
SISTERS and Shelby Earl. This year, however, she is venturing out on her own
with her new solo project, Sylvi. 

The endeavor represents a fresh aim for the artist: to experiment with song on
her own terms, unfettered by the ambitions of others. Sylvi will release its debut
5-song EP, HomeBody, this fall. Produced by local legend, Karl Blau, the
ambitious album feels more like a shriek in the greying wilderness than a simple
recording. It resembles the mist that clings to tree branch and Cascade mountain
crag. It is the deep breath and furtive exhale of the sonic soul that's always
inhabited Seattle.