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May 23–29, 2016

Northwest Choirs: Northwest Boychoir & VocalPoint! Seattle: Vocalpoint! Seattle Spring Show — Rockin’ Tunes from Vocalpoint! Seattle, Where the Music Never Gets Old!
Tickets: Adult: $20; Senior: $15; Student: $10 ($5 on Thurs/Fri)
Ancora: Ancora at Folklife
Sunday, May 29, 7:00pm at Bagley Wright Theatre, Seattle, WA
Tickets: Free!
Come hear a subset of Ancora's Spring season concert repertoire in a free and relaxed environment!

May 30 – June 5, 2016

Ave Renaissance Women's Choir: Ave Renaissance Women's Choir Concert
Tickets: By donation
The concert theme is flowers, and we will performing works by Allegri, Clemens, Lassus, Frye, Dufay, Hildegard von Bingen, Binchois, Conduit, Martini, Klimek, Karen Thomas, and Mäntyjärvi.
Bellevue Chamber Chorus: Bridges of Song
Tickets: $20 Adult, $15 Sr, $10 Student, $5 children 12 and under; group rates available (10 or more tickets)
Experience the human connections we all share with a festival of folk music from around the world! You’ll hear delightful songs both familiar and less well known from across Europe, North and South America, and Asia, arranged by Veljo Tormis (Estonia), Gustav Holst (England), Aaron Copland (U.S.), and many others. Also thrill to the invigorating sounds of our guest artists, Dunava, a women’s ensemble specializing in vocal music from the Balkans and Eastern Europe.
Join Bellevue Girlchoir and Bellevue Boychoir in our grand finale performance of the season: Songs of the Sea. The sonorous voices of these choristers will tug at your heart with gorgeous folksongs from Scotland and Sweden and jaunty tunes from India, Japan, Norway and beyond! Our sing-alongs—a favorite tradition for choristers and audience alike—will have you up on your feet singing Yellow Submarine and other familiar ditties. As always, we are joined by the finest instrumentalists in town!
Saturday, June 4, 1:00pm at Town Hall Seattle, Seattle, WA
Tickets: $15 Adults, $10 Children and Seniors
Cascadian Chorale: Shakespeare and Friends
The words of Shakespeare continue to resound today, four hundred years after the dramatist lived. Great composers such as Vaughan Williams have always been drawn to his texts. We will also explore Shakespeare settings by living composers, including Jaakko Mäntyjärvi, Eric William Barnum, and Reginald Unterseher. To further demonstrate Shakespeare's artistic climate, we will present works from his era as well as settings of his contemporary poets.
Choir of the Sound: We (love) Rock-n-Roll
Tickets: General: $20 For additional ticket info and discount pricing visit choirofthesound.org/tickets
Choir of the Sound will rock you as we pay tribute to the music that changed America. Songs by The Beatles, Led Zeppelin, Queen, U2, and The Rolling Stones will headline this epic rock-fest!
Pacifica Children's Chorus: Summer Showcase Concert
Saturday, June 4, 3:00pm at Maple Leaf Lutheran Church, Seattle, WA
Tickets: $15 adults / $7 children under 18
(No description available.)
Rainier Chorale: Broadway Treasures — annual pops concert
Saturday, June 4, 7:30pm at Carco Theatre, Renton, WA
Sunday, June 5, 2:00pm at Carco Theatre, Renton, WA
Saturday, June 4, 2:00pm at Everett Civic Auditorium, Everett, WA
Tickets: Festival Seating Only, Adult-$20; Senior-$15; Student/Alumni-$10; Comp tickets to Music Educators
Our season finale will take the audience on an exciting musical journey as we celebrate the choral music of many different cultures. We will travel by choral sound visiting South Africa, Spain, Eastern Europe, Scandinavia, Brazil, Japan and then home again. We will also feature some of the great choral composers from across the globe. This lively and varied concert will be a tremendous conclusion to our choral season.
Seattle Girls' Choir: Annual Spring Concert
Tickets: $15 and $20
Spring is a time of new growth. Join all six Seattle Girls’ Choir levels as we celebrate the end of our season at the Annual Spring Concert. You’ll see how the girls’ musical skills have grown during the year and enjoy lilting sounds and folk melodies.
Northwest Chamber Chorus: Director's Choice — Celebrating 10 Years With Mark Kloepper
Tickets: $18-$23
Do you have some favorite pieces of music? What makes them special to you? Surely they touch your heart in a way that is unique and memorable. Join us in June, as we celebrate the 10th year of our musical journey with director Mark Kloepper. Mark will select his personal favorites from our concerts of the past decade. Will some of them be your favorites as well? We invite you to come and see.
Sunday, June 5, 7:00pm at Meadowbrook Church, Redmond, WA
Pops Concert with all your favorite Broadway hits!
Seattle Bach Choir: Swift as a Shadow — Shakespeare in Song
Tickets: $15-$18
Music in celebration of the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare's death by Amy Beach, Frank Martin, Vaughan Williams, Matthew Harris, Greg Brown, and others.
Tickets: $10.00
A delightful variety of musical choices presented by all three age groups as well as a combination choir.

June 6–12, 2016

Northwest Firelight Chorale: Tell Me a Story — Story Songs and Sea Chanties from the Americas and the British Isles
Tickets: Adult $20, Youth 12 or under $12, Child 4 & under FREE
Gather close as we share with you the art of storytelling through song. We will use innovative staging to create a unique setting for these intimate concerts.
Seattle Choral Company: American Songbook
Tickets: $25 General / Children and students free at the door
Join us in June for a special salute to some of America’s greatest songs, ranging from the 19th century parlor, to spirituals, to Broadway, and the pop troubadours of our era. American Songbook will include enduring and influential songs and popular standards from the past two centuries. These songs never go out of style, but continue to mirror our history as a nation.
ChoralSounds Northwest: Masterworks III
CSN sings Lauridsen’s Lux Aeterna, VocalSounds performs Verdi’s Stabat Mater and our Baltic Tour Choir will present a short segment of the repertoire they will be performing on their travels in July 2016, accompanied by the stunning pipe organ in Glendale sanctuary.
Everett Chorale: Celebrate and Sing — A collage of American Chorale Music celebrating our past 50 years.
Tickets: Adults $18.00 Senior/Student/Military $16.00
Our final 50th anniversary celebration concert featuring some of the favorite pieces performed over the past 50 years.
Northwest Chamber Chorus: Director's Choice — Celebrating 10 Years With Mark Kloepper
Tickets: $18-$23
Do you have some favorite pieces of music? What makes them special to you? Surely they touch your heart in a way that is unique and memorable. Join us in June, as we celebrate the 10th year of our musical journey with director Mark Kloepper. Mark will select his personal favorites from our concerts of the past decade. Will some of them be your favorites as well? We invite you to come and see.
Northwest Girlchoir: On the Town — Fresca, Amabile, Vivace, Amore, Ensemble
(Buy Tickets) Saturday, June 11, 2:00pm at Benaroya Hall, Seattle, WA
The rhythms of city life, the meeting of cultures, and music of the Seattle region combine in this spirited final concert of Northwest Girlchoir’s 2015-2016 Season. Set on the expansive stage of Benaroya Hall, this high-energy concert will feature toe-tapping numbers, majestic combined-choir works, and dynamic instrumental accompaniment to match the bustling metropolis just outside the door.
Sno-King Community Chorale: Ticket to Broadway: Carousel — A Concert Version
"June is Bustin' Out All Over" in the concert version of this classic musical.
Whatcom Chorale: The Language of the Soul: The Majestic Soul
(Buy Tickets) Sunday, June 12, 3:00pm at (Venue To Be Announced)
Tickets: 20, 15, 5
Treat yourself to an afternoon of polyphonic brilliance. G. F. Handel proclaims the grand and the glorious in his popular works of adulation and charity, The Coronation Anthems and The Foundling Hospital Anthem.

June 20–26, 2016

Seattle Girls' Choir: Music with a Heart
Tickets: $20 suggested donation
As part of the concert series, Music with a Heart, the young women of Prime Voci bring their elegance & artistry to diverse selections from their repertoire for the upcoming performance tour of Finland, Estonia, Latvia, & Lithuania. The venue's acoustics & beautiful hand made German concert grand piano will complement the young women's voices exquisitely. The series' goal is to provide an eclectic range of high caliber musical performances in West Seattle, & support West Seattle Helpline.
Tickets: $25-$78
CELEBRATING 35 YEARS WITH DENNIS COLEMAN
Add your voice to ours as we honor a legend. Past, present, and future collide as we celebrate the end of an era — our final concert under the baton of our incomparable Artistic Director, Dennis Coleman. We look back with a poignant sampler of Dennis’ favorite songs from the past 35 years. We sing of today with exciting new music, written in his honor. And we look ahead as we say bon voyage to our dear friend and open the door to an exciting new future
Seattle SeaChordsmen Barbershop Chorus: Disney Noir — An Original Barbershop Musical
Tickets: $30 - reserved seats; $20 - general admission; $15 - seniors and under 18
A Disney storyline that pits the menacing Cruella de Vil as a political fixer and crony capitalist versus the good Seattle Progressive Reformer and a Social Worker, all played out in familiar Seattle locations. And, of course, there will be a Hero and Heroine and a love story. All of this and barbershop music, too.
Master Chorus Eastside: Celebrate America — All-American Independence Celebration
Tickets: $15 general admission; $12 senior, student, veteran; 9 and under, free
Our ever-popular Celebrate America concert returns to ring in Independence Day with patriotic songs, sing alongs, historical commentary and the all-American music that you know and love. This year’s focus: readings from our founding fathers and the documents they penned.
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