Past Performances & Events

  • Synergia Northwest 2014
    Synergia Northwest 2014
    On Saturday, August 23, 2014, The Pacific Northwest marked the historic 50th anniversary of The Beatles’ 1964 Seattle performance in a big way. The milestone was celebrated at the Seattle Center in McCaw Hall, 50 years after the Fab Four...
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  • Synergia Northwest 2013
    Synergia Northwest 2013
    Synergia Northwest 2013, The Moore Theatre, Seattle, WA ...
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  • Synergia Northwest 2012
    Synergia Northwest 2012
    Synergia Northwest 2012, The ParamountTheatre, Seattle, WA 5-12-2012...
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  • Synergia Northwest 2011
    Synergia Northwest 2011
    As the house lights went down in Seattle's Moore Theatre and the orchestra hit the customary, hall filling concert A, a familiar energy surfaced once again as Dr. Nikolas Caoile led the 50 piece Synergia Orchestra through the opening...
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  • Synergia Northwest 2010
    Synergia Northwest 2010
    "It was a grand and successful musical experiment and due to the overwhelming response from audience members and participants, the Synergia Northwest concept will continue to blossom and grow. We learned a lot this time around and for such...
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The Tribute to Northwest Record Producer Rick Parashar

Andrea Peterman “Within You Without You” The Beatles 50th Anniversary, August 23, 2014, McCaw Hall, Seattle WARick Parashar (December 13, 1963 – August 14, 2014) was an American record producer. He and his brother Raj founded and built London Bridge Studio in Seattle, WA, in 1985. Aside from composing and performing his own music, he also worked with and developed many local Seattle artists, including Alice In Chains, Litfiba, Pearl Jam, Brandi Carlile and My Goodness.

Helmed by Parahar’s production and recording services, London Bridge became the center of the Seattle music scene. His credits include Multi-Platinum releases for Temple of the Dog, Alice in Chains, Pearl Jam, Blind Melon and Dinosaur Jr.

Rick’s projects were not limited to just Seattle’s artists. In 2001 he produced 3 Doors Down’s multi-platinum record Away from the Sun, and was nominated for a Grammy for Nickelback’s Silver Side Up (which sold in excess of 6 million copies). His production credits also include platinum albums for Melissa Ethridge, Bon Jovi and Unwritten Law.

In addition to producing and engineering, Parashar also played piano, Fender Rhodes, organ and percussion on the Pearl Jam tracks Black and Jeremy as well as Temple of the Dog’s “Call Me A Dog”, “All Night Thing,” and “Times of Trouble”.

Parashar has been most recognized in the industry for his vocal production

On August 15, 2014 it was reported that Parashar had died at his home in Queen Anne from natural causes