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February 19–25, 2018

 

Cora Voce: Winter Concert Series - February 2018
Major Works Concerts - Missa Brevis
Saturday, FebruaryFeb 24, 7:30pm at Mason United Methodist Church, Tacoma, WA
Sunday, FebruaryFeb 25, 3:30pm at Summit Avenue Presbyterian Church, Bremerton, WA
Tickets: General $18, Seniors $15, Students and children free

Featured Works include:
-Missa Brevis (Short Mass) by American choral composer, Mark Templeton (b 1974)
Movements: Kyrie, Sanctus, Agnus Dei, Psalm 23, A Prayer of St. Benedict, The Chorister's Prayer
-Missa 'Cantate' by British composer/arranger, Bob Chilcotte (b 1955)
Movements: Kyrie, Gloria, Sanctus, Benedictus, and Agnus Dei
-Alleluia by American composer, Eric Whitacre (b 1970).

Knight Sounds directed by Wendy McPhetres is our guest choir with us on Sunday in Bremerton.

[Special Performance] Northwest Firelight Chorale: Irish Tenor Emmet Cahill Live in Concert
With Special Guests The Northwest Firelight Chorale
Friday, FebruaryFeb 23, 7:30pm at University Christian Church, Seattle, WA
Tickets: Meet & Greet (includes Concert): $45; Concert Admission: $30

Ireland most exciting young tenor is back on a nationwide tour of the United states. Following on from a hugely successful 2017 tour, Emmet returns with his live concert of Irish Classics and many of your beloved church hymns. The Northwest Firelight Chorale will again open for Emmet, performing pieces from our upcoming winter fundraiser.

February 26 – March 4, 2018

 

Friday, MarchMar 2, 8:00pm at St. Mark's Cathedral, Seattle, WA
Tickets: $25-$50

Seattle’s Tudor Choir appears for the first time since 2015, directed by founder Doug Fullington. The Western Wind Mass by John Taverner is featured alongside a world premiere of a work based on it by rising star composer Nico Muhly.

Cappella Romana presents THE TUDOR CHOIR

Cantaré Vocal Ensemble: Going For Baroque!
Highlights of Baroque choral masterpieces
Saturday, MarchMar 3, 7:30pm at St. Catherine of Siena Church, Seattle, WA
Sunday, MarchMar 4, 2:00pm at Holy Rosary Church, Seattle, WA
Tickets: $23/$25 with $3 discount if purchased before March 2, 2018

Vivaldi's "Magnificat," Charptentier's "Te Deum," Bach's "Jesu, Meine Freude," Handel's "Zadok, The Priest," plus a few shorter pieces to round out the program.

Saturday, MarchMar 3, 7:30pm at Plymouth Congregational Church, Seattle, WA
Sunday, MarchMar 4, 3:00pm at Plymouth Congregational Church, Seattle, WA
Tickets: Advance: Reg-$27, Senior/Under 30-$24, Child-$10, Groups of 10+-$18. At door: Reg $30, Child-$10

Thalia Symphony Orchestra joins Choir of the Sound for an uplifting exploration of various Psalm settings, featuring Bernstein's Chichester Psalms and Vaughn Williams's Fantasia on a Theme by Thomas Tallis.

Saturday, MarchMar 3, 7:00pm at St. Luke's Lutheran Church, Bellevue, WA
Sunday, MarchMar 4, 7:00pm at Trinity Lutheran Church, Lynnwood, WA
Tickets: suggested donation $18

Featuring composers from Franz Schubert and Robert Schumann to Eric William Barnum, Joan Szymko and Kim André Arnesen, this Mirinesse concert program praises music and the ways in which music connects us as a community, soothes us in our sorrow, inspires us to act, and transports us to a higher plain.

Seattle Children's Chorus: Splish Splash: American Patchwork
Featuring SCC's youngest choirs Poco a Poco, Brio, and Intermezzo.
Saturday, MarchMar 3, 1:00pm at Trinity Lutheran Church, Lynnwood, WA
Tickets: Adult $20, Senior $15, Student & Alumni $10 Dicounts are offered to Music Educators.

Once a year, the Seattle Children’s Chorus carves out a delightful concert opportunity for the youngest musicians in our program. In this particular performance, Poco a Poco, Brio, and Intermezzo will take the stage to share playful, imaginative and reflective songs about water. Children seem to be made for water fun: wading and splashing through puddles, long tub times, umbrellas and rain showers, making bubbles in sinks, summer fun with sprinklers, and the list could go on. Children’s choral

Seattle Children's Chorus: Still Waters: American Patchwork
Featuring SCC's Youth Choirs, Arioso, Coro Vivo, and Camerata
Saturday, MarchMar 3, 3:00pm at Trinity Lutheran Church, Lynnwood, WA
Tickets: Adult $20, Senior $15, Student & Alumni $10. Disounts available for Music Educators.

Our Youth Choirs, Arioso, Camerata, and Coro Vivo will bring to our audience a stunning and beautiful collection of American Choral pieces that use the image of water as a central theme. This concert will consist of folk music pieces, such as “Shenandoah” that celebrate great North American rivers. Also included will be songs of the sea and play songs like “Bring Me Little Water, Sylvie.” We will feature gospel pieces, spirituals, and new compositions by American composers. As we are drawn to

Sunday, MarchMar 4, 3:00pm at Trinity Parish Episcopal Church, Seattle, WA
Tickets: $20 general, $18 concessions

Join the Seattle Bach Choir for a performance Bach's epic Mass in B Minor, complete with baroque orchestra accompaniment. It's the Seattle Bach Choir doing what we do best (singing lots of Bach), and it promises to be quite the occasion!

Concert begins at 3:00, tickets will be available online and at the door.

[Fundraiser] Everett Chorale: Gala Fundraiser
Club New York
Saturday, MarchMar 3, 3:00pm at Rosehill Community Center, Mukilteo, WA
Tickets: $30 per person or $200 for a table of 8

A night out in New York featuring professional jazz pianist Eric Verlinde - Appetizers, dessert dash, live auction, raffle, singing and much more!

March 5–11, 2018

 

Bellevue Chamber Chorus: Water Music
Songs of Rain, Rivers, Lakes, and Oceans
Saturday, MarchMar 10, 7:30pm at St. Margaret's Episcopal Church, Bellevue, WA
Sunday, MarchMar 11, 3:00pm at St. Luke's Lutheran Church, Bellevue, WA
Tickets: $20 Adult, $15 Senior/Singer/Teacher, $10 Student (children 12 and under FREE)

Captivating classics, compelling contemporary pieces, creative folk song arrangements, and rousing spirituals all explore the literal and symbolic importance of water in our lives. Immerse yourself with Palestrina’s poignant Super flumina Babylonis (By the waters of Babylon), Samuel Barber’s hypnotic To Be Sung on the Water, the tango-inspired Noche de Lluvia (Night of Rain) by Canadian composer Sid Robinovitch, Moses Hogan’s soulful arrangement of Wade in the Water, and others.

Saturday, MarchMar 10, 8:00pm at Trinity Parish Episcopal Church, Seattle, WA
Tickets: Advance:$25/Door:$30 /Students:$15

Today, it is hard to imagine how life in ages past was governed by weather and the seasons. Any Seattlite who has ever braved the lingering chill in a warm coat in can understand the exuberance with which medieval Europeans looked forward to the balmy afternoons, the symphony of birdsong, the explosion of flowers, and the stirrings of young love. All these things were extolled in song, and we invite you to join the choir in casting off the gloom of winter through a celebration of spring.

Sunday, MarchMar 11, 4:00pm at First Congregational Church, Bellevue, WA
Tickets: $15 Adults, $10 Children and Seniors

Join Concord Chamber Choir, Cantabile Vocal Ensemble, and Bel Canto Children's Choir in an afternoon concert celebrating classic choral compositions from throughout history. Experience the music of J.S. Bach, Brahms, Byrd, di Lasso, Mendelssohn, Schubert and Victoria, and a few modern era composers, as the voices of the Columbia Choirs singers ring in the acoustically-rich Bellevue First Congregational Church.

Choral Arts Northwest: A Kipling Passion
But Who Shall Return Us Our Children?
Sunday, MarchMar 11, 3:00pm at Plymouth Congregational Church, Seattle, WA
Tickets: TICKETS: $28 Regular Admission | $24 Senior/Military | Student and Youth tickets FREE at the door

This spring, CANW reprises this concert-length oratorio in a revised version for choir with vocal soloists and chamber orchestra composed by CANW’s 2016-17 Composer-in-Residence, John Muehleisen.

A Kipling Passion commemorates the centennial of World War I in a historical account of Lieutenant John Kipling’s 1918 death, and its impact on his famous parents, Rudyard and Carrie Kipling. Muehleisen uses the passion form to explore how we might find healing in the face of unspeakable tragedy.

Sunday, MarchMar 11, 3:00pm at Bellevue Presbyterian Church, Bellevue, WA
Tickets: Adults-$20, Senior/Student/Veteran-$15, Families-$44, Children 9 & under-free

Shakespeare’s famous observation from The Tempest provides the backdrop for this imaginative musical exploration of dreams and visions and things fantastickal; featuring Eric Whitacre’s Sleep and Ola Gjeilo’s stunning Dark Night of the Soul.

Sunday, MarchMar 11, 3:00pm at Trinity Parish Episcopal Church, Seattle, WA
Tickets: suggested donation $18

Featuring composers from Franz Schubert and Robert Schumann to Eric William Barnum, Joan Szymko and Kim André Arnesen, this Mirinesse concert program praises music and the ways in which music connects us as a community, soothes us in our sorrow, inspires us to act, and transports us to a higher plain.

Seattle Pro Musica: Sounds and Sweet Airs
Seattle Celebrates Shakespeare Festival
Sunday, MarchMar 11, 3:00pm at Trinity Lutheran Church, Lynnwood, WA

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March 12–18, 2018

 

Friday, MarchMar 16, 8:00pm at St. James Cathedral, Seattle, WA
Tickets: $25-$50

Rev. Dr. Ivan Moody, British composer, conductor, and Orthodox priest, returns to direct his largest composition, a setting of the 6th-century Kontakion to the Mother of God. The Akáthistos Hymn blends medieval Byzantine chant with richly-textured Russian style choruses in this stunning vocal work, composed expressly for Cappella Romana. In English with the traditional Greek refrains.

Friday, MarchMar 16, 7:30pm at Phinney Ridge Lutheran Church, Seattle, WA
Tickets: suggested donation $18

Featuring composers from Franz Schubert and Robert Schumann to Eric William Barnum, Joan Szymko and Kim André Arnesen, this Mirinesse concert program praises music and the ways in which music connects us as a community, soothes us in our sorrow, inspires us to act, and transports us to a higher plain.

Saturday, MarchMar 17, 3:00pm at St. Thomas Episcopal Church, Medina, WA
Tickets: ADV: $13 senior / student; $18 general DOS: $15 senior / student; $18 general

Welcome to “Once Upon a Time,” a concert featuring our most advanced girl and boy choristers from our Training, Concert, and Premier Choirs. "Once Upon a Time" exhibits songs about all sorts of tales, stories and lullabies from around the world. This concert also introduces a special first for BYC - the World Premiere performance of “Dreams Upon a Brow," a newly commissioned choral composition by our Artist-in-Residence, Dr. Andrew Seifert, with text by BYC parent and poet, Tulika Dugar.

Saturday, MarchMar 17, 8:00pm at St. James Cathedral, Seattle, WA
Tickets: General Admission: $30 Seniors (65+): $25 Students: $20. Save $2 per pass by purchasing in advance

Motets based on chant. Chant has been the cornerstone of Western music since the 9th century. It has provided an evolutionary foundation from the Gregorian era to the Renaissance, Baroque, and even contemporary music. While some composers like Renaissance composer Thomas Tallis's Loquebantur variis linguis use chant literally to construct their music, others have used chant as an inspiration, like in American composer Eric Whitacre's Sainte-Chapelle.

Seattle Pro Musica: Sounds and Sweet Airs
Seattle Celebrates Shakespeare Festival
Saturday, MarchMar 17, 7:30pm at Seattle First Baptist Church, Seattle, WA
Sunday, MarchMar 18, 3:00pm at Faith Lutheran Church, Redmond, WA

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The OK Chorale: St Patrick's Day Concert
The OK Chorale with All Present
Saturday, MarchMar 17, 3:00pm at Greenwood Senior Center, Seattle, WA
Tickets: Free

All Present is a song circle for people with memory loss and their supporters. The OK Chorale, a community choir, teams up with them for a joint concert and audience singalong of Irish songs.

Bellevue Boychoir, Bellevue Girlchoir: Once Upon a Time
Bellevue Youth Choirs Spring Concert and Family Folk Dance
Sunday, MarchMar 18, 3:00pm at Kirkland Middle School, Kirkland, WA
Tickets: ADV: $13 senior / student; $18 general DOS: $15 senior / student; $18 general

Welcome to Once Upon a Time, a concert featuring our youngest girl and boy choristers from Prelude, Primary, and Intermediate Choirs singing all sorts of tales, stories, and lullabies from around the world. This concert and family folkdance is always an audience favorite. We start with a delightful formal concert and give you the opportunity to join us in sing-alongs. Then be prepared to kick up your heels and join the choristers in folk dancing led by Caller Amy and her fantastic string band.

Sunday, MarchMar 18, 3:00pm at Phinney Ridge Lutheran Church, Seattle, WA
Tickets: $25 general, $20 Senior Cit & Singer, Free admission for students through H.S.

Every life includes periods of passion and pathos, growth and stagnation. In this concert, we sing about woes of our world, and then sing to reclaim our joy during the week of the Spring equinox. Featured composers include Claudio Monteverdi, Pablo Casals, Alberto Ginastera, Heinrich Schütz, and contemporary Americans Charles Anthony Silvestri, Brandon Hurley, Daniel Elder and J. Aaron McDermid.

Sunday, MarchMar 18, 4:00pm at First Free Methodist Church, Seattle, WA
Tickets: $18 General Admission, $10 Youth/Student, $15 Senior

A special presentation by our emerging choral artists, they’ll dance into your hearts with folk songs, circle dances, and singing games that get you out of your seat and moving to the beat!
 
Featuring: Prep Choir, Fresca, Amabile

Sunday, MarchMar 18, 7:30pm at First Free Methodist Church, Seattle, WA
Tickets: $20 General Admission, $10 Youth/Student, $15 Senior

Dance and song have always gone together—in some cultures, they are inseparable! Join Northwest Girlchoir’s advanced choirs as we perform a variety of music with dance as inspiration, from international folk songs and settings of poems by Shakespeare and Carroll to singer-songwriter favorites.

Featuring: Vivace, Amore, Ensemble

Sunday, MarchMar 18, 3:00pm at First Congregational Church, Bellingham, WA
Tickets: Senior/Students $15, Adults $20, Children $5

As the stark outlines of winter give way to spring’s rebirth, enjoy an afternoon of rich melody and reflection. Whatcom Chorale presents Frostiana, Randall Thompson’s insightful settings of timeless poetry by Robert Frost, plus selections from Joseph Haydn’s compelling oratorio, Die Jahreszeiten: Winter, and Pietro Mascagni’s Anthem for Spring.

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