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February 20–26, 2017

 

Tickets: $20 - $40

Join with the sixteen professional voices of the Emerald Ensemble as they present an evening of English Choral music. This performance will feature each of the sixteen singers' solo voices in Vaughn William's masterpiece "Serenade to Music." Works by Walton, Elgar, and Britten are included on this not to missed concert!

(Buy Tickets) Saturday, FebruaryFeb 25, 8:00pm at St. James Cathedral, Seattle, WA
(Buy Tickets) Sunday, FebruaryFeb 26, 8:00pm at St. James Cathedral, Seattle, WA
Tickets: $12-$38

Bernstein’s beloved Chichester Psalms is paired with James MacMillan’s deeply moving Cantos sagrados in this concert of sacred music for choir and organ. Both works explore the theme of liberation –the desire of humankind to seek social justice and peace. Scottish composer MacMillan’s riveting Cantos sagrados uses Latin American liberation theology poetry to address contemporary issues of government repression and the “disappearances” of political prisoners in Latin America.

Tuesday, FebruaryFeb 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!

(Buy Tickets) Saturday, FebruaryFeb 25, 5:30pm at Rosehill Community Center, Mukilteo, WA
Tickets: $60 per person or $400 for a table of 8 guests

Enjoy a dinner out with local entertainment. 21 and older only please. Live and silent auctions along with a performance by the Everett Chorale and various local performers. There will also be a dessert dash! You won't want to miss this event!

Saturday, FebruaryFeb 25, 6:00pm at Green River Community College, Auburn, WA
Tickets: $70.00 per person

Enjoy a fabulous meal and great entertainment from Rainier Chorale’s talented singers! This important fundraiser helps support the Chorale’s scholarship programs and operating expenses. Tickets and additional information will be available in mid-November.

February 27 – March 5, 2017

 

Tickets: Single tickets: $20 Adult, $15 Senior, $10 Student, $5 Children 12 and under.

Celebrate the splendid music and poetry of France with this program of choral classics, directed by Fredrick Lokken. The concert features Maurice Duruflé’s exquisite Requiem, accompanied by talented organist Norma Aamodt-Nelson. Also enjoy works by Fauré (Cantique de Jean Racine), Poulenc (Belle et ressemblante from Sept Chansons), Saint-Saens (Calme des Nuits), and others. Come savor this fascinating preview of the Chorus’ July 2017 “Tour de France"!

Tickets: $20-25

Rutter's "Requiem" Britten's "Rejoice In The Lamb" Bernstein's "Chichester Psalms"

Tickets: $5-$15 in advance, $5-$18 at the door

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Tickets: All tickets and seating are Festival Seating. Adult Ticket-$20/Senior Ticket-$15/Student&Alumni Tic

Every choral composer of every musical period and genre goes in search of just the right text, the most beautiful and suitable lyrics on which to build an inspirational song. It is the partnership of both the lyrics and the music that speak to the human heart. This March performance will feature choral “poems” that have spoken to our choristers, sometimes fun, happy, lovely, joy-filled and sometimes powerful, addressing the realities of life, loss, human experience, the rough parts of the jour

Tuesday, FebruaryFeb 28, 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!

March 6–12, 2017

 

Tickets: By donation

A concert on Psalms with works by Kraus, Mendelssohn, Vaughan Williams, Lassus, Monteverdi, Turini, and Victoria.

Tickets: Free-will offering

Join Canonici as we celebrate Valentine's Day with a collection of chansons, madrigals, and folk songs for voices and guitar. Performers include Anne Lyman, Holly Boaz, James Brown, and Elizabeth Brown.

(Buy Tickets) Saturday, MarchMar 11, 7:00pm at St. Mark's Cathedral, Seattle, WA
(Buy Tickets) Sunday, MarchMar 12, 2:00pm at St. Mark's Cathedral, Seattle, WA
Tickets: Regular $20 Senior (60+) OR 30-and-under $18 Child (12 and under) $10 Groups of 10+ $16

Thalia Symphony Orchestra joins Choir of the Sound for a spectacular and emotional performance of Mozart’s final masterpiece in the glorious atmosphere of Saint Mark’s Cathedral.

Tickets: $18 General, $15 Seniors, Students and children free

The words of the Cantata "Rejoice in the Lamb" are taken from a long poem by Christopher Smart, an eighteenth century poet, deeply religious, but of a strange and unbalanced mind. Written while Smart was in an asylum, the poem is chaotic in form but contains many flashes of genius. Britten sets a few of the finest passages; the theme of the cantata is the worship of God by all created beings and things, each in its own way. The Columbia Choir, directed by Steve Stevens, joins us in this concert.

Saturday, MarchMar 11, 11:45am at Greenlake Public Library, Seattle, WA
Tickets: free

To preview our concert highlighting music sung and encountered by medieval pilgrims in Europe. This will take place at the Greenlake Public Library. Led by artistic director Eric Mentzel, the performance features Marian Seibert and Linda Strandberg, sopranos, Shulamit Kleinerman, vielle, and Bill McJohn, harp. See more details about our full concert in our other listing.

Saturday, MarchMar 11, 3:00pm at Woodland Park Presbyterian Church, Seattle, WA
Tickets: free

A sharing of song and poetry in remembrance of those we have loved and lost. A time to reflect, to grieve and to rejoice in the gift of life and relationship. Following the program there will be a reception where we can share tea, cookies and memories.

Tickets: $30/door;$25/advance; $15/students

In an age when foreign travel was rare, the thing that inspired legions of believers to undertake long, and sometimes harrowing journeys was pilgrimage. Well-established pilgrimage routes stretched from Scandanavia, Britain and Eastern Europe to holy shrines in Compostela, Rome, and the Holy Land. Pilgrims would have encountered a wide range of music both familiar and exotic. Follow the progress of the Medieval Women’s Choir as we discover the music of pilgrimage.

Tickets: $24 general, $20 Sr Cit, $20 Singer, Students age 6-18 free admission

With his first command, God created light. From that moment on, light has been a potent metaphor and strong spiritual symbol of virtue: it’s better to light one candle; we shed light on things that are unclear; we bring new ideas to light. Choirs sing songs of sunrise, moonlight, eternal light, darkness, and rainbows of color. Experience the shimmering music of light. Composers in this program include Francis Poulenc, Latvian Eriks Ešenvalds, and Eric Whitacre.

Tickets: $15-$18

The Seattle Bach Choir presents two monumental pieces of music: The Musikalische Exequien by Heinrich Schütz, and the Berliner Messe by Arvo Pärt, in addition to shorter works by Bach and Pachelbel.

Tickets: Adults $20, Senior/student $15, Child under 18 $5

The organ delivers power and majesty, its expansive tones embracing the multi-faceted choral voice in Louis Vierne’s Messe Solennelle. Wade Dingman joins Whatcom Chorale to present this 19th century tour de force and additional works from the French tradition.

Tuesday, MarchMar 7, 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!

March 13–19, 2017

 

Wednesday, MarchMar 15, 7:30pm at University Christian Church, Seattle, WA
Tickets: Free

Seattle is fortunate to have such a wide array of musical groups. Tonight SGC conductor, Alex Gagiu and Cantamus collaborate with Rain City Symphony for a free concert of Vivladi's Gloria. Join us in the audience for an evening that is certain to delight.

Tickets: Prices vary $10-32

The Northwest Boychoir presents their Spring Concert Series.

(Buy Tickets) Friday, MarchMar 17, 8:00pm at Cornish Playhouse, Seattle, WA
(Buy Tickets) Saturday, MarchMar 18, 2:00pm at Cornish Playhouse, Seattle, WA
(Buy Tickets) Saturday, MarchMar 18, 8:00pm at Cornish Playhouse, Seattle, WA
(Buy Tickets) Sunday, MarchMar 19, 2:00pm at Cornish Playhouse, Seattle, WA
Tickets: $25-$48

In cultures around the globe, women are the unsung heroes of ingenuity, creativity, and social justice. SWC tells the inspiring stories of women and girls who are transforming our world from Rwanda all the way to North America. Plus, the lives of trailblazing women come to life in an entertaining and unpredictable new musical by Eric Lane Barnes. From Nobel-winning activist Malala Yousafzai to television innovator Lucille Ball, women are leaving indelible marks on our world & how we live in it.

Tickets: $24 general, $20 Sr Cit, $20 Singer, Students age 6-18 free admission

With his first command, God created light. From that moment on, light has been a potent metaphor and strong spiritual symbol of virtue: it’s better to light one candle; we shed light on things that are unclear; we bring new ideas to light. Choirs sing songs of sunrise, moonlight, eternal light, darkness, and rainbows of color. Experience the shimmering music of light. Composers in this program include Francis Poulenc, Latvian Eriks Ešenvalds, and Eric Whitacre.

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!

(Buy Tickets) Saturday, MarchMar 18, 8:00pm at St. James Cathedral, Seattle, WA
Tickets: $20 in advance, $25 at the door

Join Opus 7, directed by Loren Pontén, for a stunning concert of dramatic choral music for the Lenten Season by Northwest composer Bern Herbolsheimer. The concert features his Stabat Mater for choir, soprano soloist, oboe and strings; his monumental Seven Last Words and the deeply moving /David Mourns, as well as Blesséd// for women’s choir and piano. This concert is featured as part of the Herbolsheimer Festival, a year-long celebration of the musical legacy of Bern Herbolsheimer.

Tickets: $20

Cantata Memoria by Sir Karl Jenkins is a new work which had its world premiere in October 2016. It commemorates the 1966 disaster in Aberfan, Wales. The Sno-king Chorale will also dedicate this concert to the victims of our own Oso landslide. Choir, orchestra, soprano and baritone soloists.

Saturday, MarchMar 18, 4:00pm at First AME Church, Seattle, WA
Sunday, MarchMar 19, 2:00pm at First AME Church, Seattle, WA
Tickets: $20.00 Senior and GSCC member discount - 25%

A narrated musical presenting a fictionalized account based on the true story of Denmark Vesey, leader of the Great Slave Conspiracy of 1822 and his role in the establishment of the AME Church in South Carolina.

Our youngest three ensembles, grades 1-6, demonstrate techniques, best practices, and other "trade secrets" of singing. You'll learn more about what it takes to make a great singing sound--perhaps you'll be inspired to join a choir! We'll sing a variety of music, from master composers, to folk songs from around the world, to the best music being written for children's choirs today.

What is singing all about? Northwest Girlchoir's most advanced choir levels will demystify singing and demonstrate what it takes to sing well, from techniques like breath management and beautiful vowels, to different singing styles, like bel canto, pop, and overtone singing. You'll hear evocative music from around the world and masterful compositions that show off the beauty of the human voice. Get inspired to get singing again!

Tuesday, MarchMar 14, 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!

(Buy Tickets) Saturday, MarchMar 18, 7:00pm at 415 Westlake, Seattle, WA
Tickets: $75 or $45 for SGC Alumnae

Save the date for the Seattle Girls’ Choir Cabaret. A festive evening of live music, drinks, abundant cocktail nibbles, dessert dash, and more – all to benefit Seattle Girls’ Choir.The evening’s program will feature performances by SGC alumnae as well as Prime Voci. Tickets available at http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/2846278

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