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September 7–13, 2015

Cappella Romana: Rachmaninoff's All-Night Vigil — "The Vespers"
(Buy Tickets) Friday, September 11, 7:30pm at St. James Cathedral, Seattle, WA
Tickets: Starts at $26 with discounts for students and subscribers
Cappella Romana’s 24th Annual Season opens with Sergei Rachmaninoff’s monumental All-Night Vigil (also known as the Vespers), in celebration of the 100th anniversary of its premiere in 1915. Impassioned and hauntingly beautiful, the All-Night Vigil is a pinnacle of the Russian choral repertoire. The performances will include psalms and hymns by Tchaikovsky and others to place Rachmaninoff’s work within its larger context. Cappella Romana favorite Mark Bailey guest directs.
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Captain Smartypants: Zero Brides for Seven Brothers
(Buy Tickets) Saturday, September 12, 8:00pm at The Triple Door, Seattle, WA
Tickets: $25/$35
Join this musical comedy ensemble for their take on brotherhood and what it means to be a “bro” with hits from the Doobie Brothers, the Bee Gees and the Jacksons, plus the brothers Grimm. Featuring The Half Brothers, Seattle’s alt-bluegrass trio.
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Jet Cities Chorus: General Performance — Performing at the Fair
Saturday, September 12, 11:30am at Education Building -Pavillion, Puyallup, WA
Tickets: Free with fair admittance
The chorus will perform a half hour set in the education building at the WA State Fair.
Saturday, September 12, 3:00pm at Ballard First Lutheran Church, Seattle, WA
Saturday, September 12, 7:30pm at Ballard First Lutheran Church, Seattle, WA
Tickets: This is a free concert. Donations are gratefully accepted.
We wrap up our Summer 2015 season with a short performance, presented for the first time, TWICE IN ONE DAY: in the afternoon at 3:00pm or in the evening at 7:30pm. Expect to hear a wide blend of styles and choral textures, from classical to pop, from comedy to ragtime, from love ballads to choral classics. Celebrate the end summer with music of many moods and a wide expressive palette. Presented in conjunction with the famous monthly Ballard Art Walk.
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September 14–20, 2015

Captain Smartypants: Zero Brides for Seven Brothers
(Buy Tickets) Friday, September 18, 8:00pm at The Triple Door, Seattle, WA
(Buy Tickets) Saturday, September 19, 8:00pm at The Triple Door, Seattle, WA
Tickets: $25/$35
Join this musical comedy ensemble for their take on brotherhood and what it means to be a “bro” with hits from the Doobie Brothers, the Bee Gees and the Jacksons, plus the brothers Grimm. Featuring The Half Brothers, Seattle’s alt-bluegrass trio.
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Jet Cities Chorus: Chancel Arts Series — Jet Cities Chorus
Sunday, September 20, 3:00pm at Kent Lutheran Church, Kent, WA
The chorus and small ensembles will perform.

September 21–27, 2015

a capella Joy Chorus: Drop the Mic!
Tickets: $25 adult, $20 senior/student, save $5 if purchased before September 1
Featuring BHS Champion quartet Storm Front, this show will be a rollicking good time for the whole family. Drop the Mic also features the humor and amazing sounds of Frenzy Quartet who are currently the 5th Place SAI quartet. Add in the joyful energy of a cappella Joy Chorus, and you have a concert that shouldn't be missed! AJoy doesn't do a show very often but our last one was so well received at the matinee, we almost sold out the evening show!
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September 28 – October 4, 2015

The Esoterics: SUBTILIOR: Contemplating fragility in the world around us
(Buy Tickets) Saturday, October 3, 8:00pm at Holy Rosary Church, Seattle, WA
Tickets: $10-$25
A program of all-new a cappella choral music on the theme of the delicate: 'The wheel of time, the dance' (2014) by Aaron Jay Kernis (world premiere) 'Clouds ephemeral' (2015) by Karen Siegel (world premiere) 'Late' (2015) by Michael Gilbertson (world premiere) 'Sevgerilde' (2015) by Hasan Ucarsu (world premiere) and 'This delicate universe' (2015) by Eric Banks.
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Choral Arts: the little match girl passion — David Lang
(Buy Tickets) Saturday, October 3, 8:00pm at St. Joseph Parish, Seattle, WA
Tickets: $25 Regular | $20 Senior | $0 Student
David Lang's "the little match girl passion" (2008) has been described as "breathtakingly spare and icily gorgeous," and is a surprisingly lush retelling of the Hans Christian Anderson tale in spite of its minimalist construction. The program also features the opening movement from Ildrebrando Pizzetti's Messa di Requiem (1922-23) and Jake Runestad's beautiful And So I Go On (2014); all works that seek to transform grief into a tribute to love.
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