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March 20–26, 2017

 

Friday, MarchMar 24, 8:00pm at Plymouth Congregational Church, Seattle, WA
Saturday, MarchMar 25, 8:00pm at First Presbyterian Church, Everett, WA
Sunday, MarchMar 26, 2:00pm at Our Lady Star of the Sea, Bremerton, WA
Tickets: $28 General | $24 Senior/Military

But Who Shall Return Us Our Children: A Kipling Passion commemorates the centennial of World War I by focusing on the historical account of Lieutenant John Kipling’s 1918 death at the Battle of Loos, and its impact on his famous parents, Rudyard and Carrie Kipling, whose story represents that of countless families during World War I—and in all wars before or since.

Tickets: $60 - Enter the password "GSCC" (no quotes) for a discounted price!

Join us for a yee-haw, hand-clappin', foot-stompin' evening as we mosey down the trail singin' songs of the wild (and not so wild) west! Includes dinner, with all the fixins!

Saturday, MarchMar 25, 2:00pm at Benaroya Hall, Seattle, WA
Tickets: $30

Kirkland Choral Society and Philharmonia Northwest join forces in the Northwest's premiere venue, Benaroya Hall, for a concert featuring the lighthearted and humorous music of PDQ Bach (a.k.a. Dr. Peter Schickele). The program includes his witty "Liebeslieder Polkas," a grand oratorio, "The Seasonings," and the Northwest premiere of his "Concerto for Simply Grand Piano" with soloist Jeffrey Biegel.

Olympia Youth Chorus: The Poet Sings
A concert featuring Olympia Youth Chorus and Ballet Northwest
Tickets: $10-$20, $3 off with "GSCC" discount code

The five choirs of Olympia Youth Chorus present this inspiring concert in celebration of poetry and the marriage of text to music, featuring special guests, Ballet Northwest.
Suitable for all ages.

Saturday, MarchMar 25, 8:00pm at St. Mark's Cathedral, Seattle, WA
Tickets: $25 (general), $20 (senior, military, veteran), $5 (students), Children under 10 free.

The American choral tradition takes center stage when we present four enduring a cappella works by Leonard Bernstein, Aaron Copland, Randall Thompson, and Bern Herbolsheimer.

This concert will be included in the Bern Herbolsheimer 2017 Music Festival.

The Peaceable Kingdom by Randall Thompson
Four Motets by Aaron Copland
Missa Brevis by Leonard Bernstein
Love Letters by Bern Herbolsheimer

Guest artist: Tyler Morse, countertenor

Sunday, MarchMar 26, 1:30pm at Nordic Heritage Museum, Seattle, WA

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Tuesday, MarchMar 21, 7:00pm at First United Methodist Church, Bellevue, WA
Tickets: Free

Pacific Sound Chorus invites women of all ages and singing abilities to our Open House nights Tuesdays January 17th through March 21st. Receive 8 weeks of complimentary vocal education. Sing 4-part a capella harmony with fun talented women. Experience friendship, fun, and sisterhood. Please join us!

Saturday, MarchMar 25, 6:00pm at Mount Baker Community Club, Seattle, WA
Tickets: $45 per person, or you can be a Seattle Peace Chorus sponsor for $100

Dinner, entertainment, and a chance for you to support Seattle Peace Chorus.

March 27 – April 2, 2017

 

Friday, MarchMar 31, 7:30pm at St. James Cathedral, Seattle, WA
Tickets: Tickets start at $22

The men of Cappella Romana perform powerful chants and choral works in Slavonic that inspired the Russian orchestral masters Tchaikovsky, Rachmaninoff, and Rimsky-Korsakov. In collaboration with Seattle Symphony.

Pacifica Children's Chorus: Spring Concert
with Missa Brevis in D by Benjamin Britten
Saturday, AprilApr 1, 3:00pm at Maple Leaf Lutheran Church, Seattle, WA
Tickets: Adults $15 / Children under 18 $7

Much loved children's and young adult literature of the season

Saturday, AprilApr 1, 8:00pm at Mario Oliver McCaw Hall, Seattle, WA
Sunday, AprilApr 2, 2:00pm at Mario Oliver McCaw Hall, Seattle, WA
Tickets: $25-$78

Lady Gaga sings, “there’s nothing wrong with loving who you are!” Go with us beyond the labels as we rejoice in the stories, challenges, and dreams of a diverse generation of LGBTQ youth. This innovative multimedia concert features a world premiere song from transgender composer, Mari Esabel Valverde, as well as pop favorites such as the titular, “Born This Way.” This spring, SMC celebrates the many unique and talented individuals who are building the future of our community.

Everett Chorale: Songs and Stories of Freedom
a Tribute to Martin Luther King and Martin Luther King, Jr.
Sunday, AprilApr 2, 3:00pm at Everett Performing Arts Center, Everett, WA
Tickets: $20

The Everett Chorale will be presenting "Songs and Stories of Freedom"
Some of the selections include: lift Every Voice for Freedom, A Mighty Fortress is our God and Abraham Lincoln: A lasting Piece. Guest Artists: Lori Williams - soprano and Common Ground - Male Vocal Quintet

Rainier Chorale: Omaggio!
Masterworks Concert
Sunday, AprilApr 2, 2:00pm at Kent United Methodist Church, Kent, WA
Tickets: Advance: $18.00 adult, $16.00 senior/student (Tickets $2.00 more at the door)

OMAGGIO: (Italian) honor, tribute
Rainier Chorale is honored to celebrate the 25th season of our artistic director, Ron Bayer. Because of his tireless dedication and artistic vision, the Chorale has developed into an ensemble that produces music that is interesting, exciting, and inspiring. To honor him, the Rainier Chorale has commissioned a work by critically acclaimed composer, David C. Dickau. Please join us for this world premiere, and help us to honor and pay tribute to Ron!

April 3–9, 2017

 

Wednesday, AprilApr 5, 7:30pm at St. James Cathedral, Seattle, WA
Tickets: Tickets start at $30

Peter Phillips brings his Grammy-award winning Tallis Scholars to Seattle with the program METAMORPHOSIS, including music by Renaissance masters as well as by modern composers John Tavener, Arvo Pärt, Igor Stravinsky, and Gustav Holst. Also performed in Portland.

The Esoterics: INTIMAS
Cultivating community
Friday, AprilApr 7, 8:00pm at Holy Rosary Church, Seattle, WA
Saturday, AprilApr 8, 8:00pm at St. Stephen's Episcopal Church, Seattle, WA
Sunday, AprilApr 9, 7:00pm at Christ Episcopal Church, Seattle, WA
Tickets: $15-$25

In this spring program, The Esoterics will present three works on the theme of intimacy, including the West Coast premiere of 'Messages to myself,' a four-movement meditation by Christopher Theofanidis, setting verses by Rumi, Walt Whitman, Amy Kirsten, and William Butler Yeats. The ensemble will also reprise 'The wheel of time, the dance' by Aaron Jay Kernis, setting four poems by Wendell Berry, and Eric Banks choral symphony, 'This delicate universe,' setting five poems by Constantine Cavafy.

SilverSounds Northwest: America's Jukebox
SilverSounds Northwest Spring Concert 2017
Sunday, AprilApr 9, 3:00pm at Highline Performing Art Center, Burien, WA
Tickets: $215 Youth under 18 free with adult.

NWAA’s senior chorus puts their best foot forward with music from the 1950s through the 90s. From What a Wonderful World to Girls Just Wanna Have Fun, with stops along the way for songs by Simon & Garfunkel, Elvis Presley, Eric Clapton and many others, this show will once again prove that “You’re never to old to rock-n-roll!” Add in a live rock band, along with narration that traces the evolution of technology from 8-tracks to digital downloads, and you have a fun show for the whole family!

Sunday, AprilApr 9, 4:30pm at Trinity Parish Episcopal Church, Seattle, WA
Tickets: Free will offering

This program explores the unique harmonic expressivity and musical rhetoric in the English vocal and choral music of Orlando Gibbons and Thomas Tomkins, as influenced by King James I, whose rule began in 1603. Both were active composers and keyboardists at the Chapel Royal during his reign, and their music helped bridge the gap between the austere polyphony that was a hallmark of the Tudor Era, and the progressive turn towards an English musical language marked by melancholy and sensuality.

April 10–16, 2017

 

Tuesday, AprilApr 11, 8:00pm at First United Methodist Church, Bellevue, WA
Tickets: Free

Pacific Sound Chorus invites you to enjoy an evening of a cappella harmony on Friends and Family Night. The award-winning women’s chorus and member quartets will present the music they are preparing for the regional barbershop convention and competition this spring, followed by refreshments and social time. New friends welcome!

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