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January 23–29, 2017

Tickets: Tickets start at $22
Hear Einojuhani Rautavaara’s exotic and avant-garde All-Night Vigil, featuring legendary Grammy-award winning basso profundo Glenn Miller. Sung in memory of the composer.

January 30 – February 5, 2017

Tickets: $13 general/$11 seniors and students in advance: $16/$13 at the door
Skunks scurry and birds take flight as Ancora celebrates the beauty, joy and magnificence of nature and its inhabitants. Artistic Director Aimee Mell leads a program of classic and contemporary works by Randall Thompson, Ola Gjeilo, Sara Quartel, Joan Szymko, Dan Forrest, and others. Ancora and special guests Skyros String Quartet join for a rare performance of South Dakota Shadows by acclaimed American composer Jackson Berkey.
Tickets: $25 adult, $20 senior, $10 student
Brahms found himself “stirred to his depths” by Hölderlin’s poem “Hyperion’s Song of Destiny,” which contrasted the blissful existence of the gods with the perils of human suffering. Schubert — an unrivalled master of lieder and chamber music — longed to become a successful composer for the stage. His operas failed to gain favor and his incidental music did not fare much better: the play Rosamunde, Princess of Cypress closed after two performances, but contains some of his most remarkable music

February 6–12, 2017

Tickets: Tickets start at $22
An exciting weekend festival packed with choral and chamber music, major works, public lectures, and more, all celebrating the music of Estonian Orthodox composer Arvo Pärt. Programs, artists, and repertoire subject to change. In Portland, Oregon.
February 9-12, 2017 * Pärt & Pärcel: Third Angle New Music * Organ Works: Bruce Neswick* Public Lecture: Dr. Peter Bouteneff * Odes of Repentance * Pärt: PASSIO by candlelight * Missa Syllabica * Pre-concert talk: Alexander Lingas * Pärt: TE DEUM
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!
Sunday, February 12, 3:00pm at Plymouth Congregational Church, Seattle, WA
Tickets: $15 suggested donation at the door
“For the Love of Music!” Four Hands, Four Feet Organ Duets
Wanda Griffiths and Stephen Marshall-Ward, with reSound, a Northwest Chamber Ensemble and Kyle Erickson, trumpet.
Sunday, February 12 at 3 pm. Plymouth Congregational Church, 1217 Sixth Avenue, Seattle 98101. Free parking is available in the Plymouth Garage.
Suggested donation $15. Benefit Concert for “Selma: A Civil Rights Journey," Plymouth Youth Mission Trip 2017.

February 13–19, 2017

(Buy Tickets) Tuesday, February 14, 7:00pm at Slavonian Hall, Tacoma, WA
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.
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