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September 26 – October 2, 2016

Tickets: Adults: $20, Seniors/Students: $15, Kids: $10, Little Ones under 5: Free
Get ready for an evening of mayhem as Pacific Sound Chorus prepares to makeover Kirkland with its evil genius, barbershop-style! The chorus will present the performance package it will be taking to the Sweet Adelines International chorus contest in Las Vegas. First Kirkland, then the world! The evening will also include performances by member quartets and special guests.

October 3–9, 2016

Friday, October 7, 7:30pm at Phinney Ridge Lutheran Church, Seattle, WA
Tickets: suggested donation $15 - 20
An evening of choral singing with the Swedish choirs, soloists soprano Linnea Olson and baritone Dan White, and guest organ soloist Martin Olson. A fundraiser for the Swedish choirs and a wonderful opportunity to feature some of our very talented singers in solo roles.
(Buy Tickets) Saturday, October 8, 8:00pm at Holy Rosary Church, Seattle, WA
Tickets: $15-25
A continuation of The Esoterics' 2016 season, "the voice of the poet," the concert series is completely inspired by the verses of Oscar Wilde, and will feature world premieres by the winners of this year’s POLYPHONOS competition: Kenji Oh, Casey Rule, and Gordon Williamson, as well as new works by Eric William Barnum, Dominick DiOrio and Eric Banks.
Tickets: $25 adult, $20 senior, $10 student
Prokofiev’s powerful Alexander Nevsky cantata, drawn from his score for Sergei Eisenstein’s cinematic masterpiece, recounts a 13th-century battle between Russian forces and Teutonic invaders — from the thrilling “Battle on the Ice” to the haunting “Field of the Dead.” Equally picturesque, Rimsky-Korsakov’s festive Russian Easter Overture evokes the sounds of Russian Orthodox chants and celebratory church bells. Cellist Kai Chen joins Orchestra Seattle for Tchaikovsky’s charming Rococo Variations

October 10–16, 2016

Tickets: $28 General | $24 Senior/Military
Thought by some to be Rachmaninoff’s response to the outbreak of World War I, his All Night Vigil – or Vespers – stands as the crowning achievement of the “Golden Age” of Russian Orthodox sacred choral music. Experience his orchestral treatment of voices in either (or both!) of these remarkable acoustic settings: Plymouth Church (Seattle) or the Washington State Capitol Rotunda (Olympia).
Tickets: $20 in advance, $25 at the door
A concert focused on themes of war, strife, loss of loved ones, and longing for peace. Featured works include Pizzetti’s ”Ululate,” Jeffrey Van’s “Beat Beat Drums!” Rheinberger's Warum toben die Heiden (Why do the Nations Rage?), Stephen Paulus' Peace; Paul Aitken's In Flander's Field, Elgar's They are at Rest, and many others works based on a wide variety of texts from scripture, Rumi, and the Civil War, as well as several from WWI as part of the WWI Centennial Commemoration.
Sunday, October 16, 3:30pm at University Christian Church, Seattle, WA
Tickets: Free admission
Welcome to our 2016-2017 season with this sampler of music for our upcoming holiday concerts. It's a great introduction to each of the auditioned choir levels at Northwest Girlchoir. Invite your family, friends, neighbors, music teachers, and all girls who love to sing!

October 17–23, 2016

Monday, October 17, 7:00pm at New Hope Presbyterian Church, Kent, WA
Tickets: Donations
All six RYC ensembles performing mostly American folk and patriotic songs, and audience sing-a-longs in this short introductory concert.
(Buy Tickets) Saturday, October 22, 8:00pm at St. Mark's Cathedral, Seattle, WA
Tickets: $20-$45
Artistic Director Paul Caldwell makes his highly anticipated debut leading SWC into a new era for our choruses. Saint Mark’s Cathedral will reverberate with dynamic sounds and bold spirits in a concert that explores our universal need to be seen and heard for who we really are. Alluring choral harmonies influenced by China, Brazil, and Ireland are juxtaposed against pop anthems by Christina Aguilera, Cher, and Lady Gaga for an exciting program that reveals the heart and awakens the soul.
Saturday, October 22, 7:00pm at University Christian Church, Seattle, WA
Tickets: $10 admission. Students are Free.
Join choristers from around greater Seattle to sing the Duruflé and Fauré Requiems. Led by GSCC choral directors, the evening features Joseph Adam, organist, and a chamber ensemble of instrumentalists.
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