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January 22–28, 2018

 

Saturday, JanuaryJan 27, 7:30pm at Greenlake Seventh Day Adventist Church, Seattle, WA
Sunday, JanuaryJan 28, 4:30pm at Church of the Holy Cross, Redmond, WA
Tickets: $13 general admission, $11 seniors, students FREE (or $16/$13/free at the door)

Seattle women’s choir Ancora, directed by Interim Artistic Director Freddie Coleman, accompanied by Justin Hansen, and joined by guest artists Resonance Handbell Quartet, unveils “Sacred Night,” a seasonal winter program featuring a Gregorian-inspired “Magnificat” and “Nunc Dimittis” by Frank La Rocca, the Bach-inspired “Mass No. 6” by Romanian-born Hungarian György Orbán, and the mystical “Northern Lights” written for treble voices, handbells, and tuned glasses by Latvian Ēriks Ešenvalds.

Monday, JanuaryJan 22, 5:00pm at Bethany Covenant Church, Mount Vernon, WA
Tickets: Free

CHAMBER CHOIR AUDITIONS! (BY APPOINTMENT ONLY) Seeking experienced adult choral singers of all parts (but especially tenors) with a strong desire for creating beautiful chamber music under the expertise of Music Director, Dr. Stephen Marshall-Ward. Cantabile Chamber Choir performs throughout the Skagit Valley and beyond. See the Cantabile Chamber Choir Facebook page for more info. Contact 425-312-4565 or cantabilechamberchoir@gmail.com to schedule your audition.

[Audition] Northwest Chorale: Come and Sing with Northwest Chorale Spring 2018
All parts welcome to come and sing with their section as we prepare for Mendelssohn's Elijah
Monday, JanuaryJan 22, 7:00pm at Faith Lutheran Church, Seattle, WA
Tickets: Dues are currently $55 spring season/$55 winter season (occasional score purchase averages $10)

The Chorale currently consists of singers from the greater Seattle area. NWC is both demanding and easygoing at the same time. Auditions are held informally by section and take place during the first several weeks of rehearsals. Singers are expected to keep up during rehearsal and be able to sing the complexity of music we perform, as well as regularly attend rehearsals* (*no rehearsal 1/15 -MLK Day). {Mid-spring we'll plan a return to our regular rehearsal space LOGLC, still under construction}

Monday, JanuaryJan 22, 7:00pm at Church of the Holy Cross, Redmond, WA
Tickets: Free

"Semi"-auditions are a truly painless experience for both experienced and completely inexperienced singers and take place immediately following the first 3 rehearsals (7pm start time) of each concert season in September, January, and April.

Cost for participation is $75/season (3 seasons a year) or $200 if paying for the year in advance.

January 29 – February 4, 2018

 

Friday, FebruaryFeb 2, 8:00pm at St. James Cathedral, Seattle, WA
Tickets: $25-$50

Following his Cappella Romana début leading the men of Cappella Romana in chants from Santiago de Compostela, Marcel Pérès from Paris directs the earliest known Mass setting by a single composer, Guillaume de Machaut (1300-1377).

Byrd Ensemble: PARADISE
Death and the Afterlife
Saturday, FebruaryFeb 3, 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

There is no shortage ​of masterpieces about death and the afterlife. ​From the Spanish Renaissance with Juan Esquivel, to the early 20th century with English master Herbert Howells, to the contemporary era with local composer Peter Hallock, this program showcases the most hauntingly beautiful motets of the ages.

Saturday, FebruaryFeb 3, 7:30pm at First Free Methodist Church, Seattle, WA
Tickets: $25 adults, $20 seniors, $10 tickets

Elgar Sospiri, Op. 70
Bax November Woods
OSSCS Concerto Competition Winner
Vaughan Williams Five Tudor Portraits

[Audition] Northwest Chorale: Come and Sing with Northwest Chorale Spring 2018
All parts welcome to come and sing with their section as we prepare for Mendelssohn's Elijah
Monday, JanuaryJan 29, 7:00pm at Faith Lutheran Church, Seattle, WA
Tickets: Dues are currently $55 spring season/$55 winter season (occasional score purchase averages $10)

The Chorale currently consists of singers from the greater Seattle area. NWC is both demanding and easygoing at the same time. Auditions are held informally by section and take place during the first several weeks of rehearsals. Singers are expected to keep up during rehearsal and be able to sing the complexity of music we perform, as well as regularly attend rehearsals* (*no rehearsal 1/15 -MLK Day). {Mid-spring we'll plan a return to our regular rehearsal space LOGLC, still under construction}

Thursday, FebruaryFeb 1, 6:00pm at Trinity Lutheran Church, Seattle, WA
Tickets: Free

Ancora will hold mid-season auditions for a small number of spaces in the group. Altos are especially encouraged to audition. Ancora sings with a straight tone--no vibrato. Our spring season will include a guest appearance with the Seattle Choral Company, a performance on KING FM's Northwest Focus LIVE, and our own concert. If you are interested in learning more or signing up to audition, please visit the link above and fill out our audition form.

February 5–11, 2018

 

Friday, FebruaryFeb 9, 8:00pm at Holy Rosary Church, Seattle, WA
Saturday, FebruaryFeb 10, 8:00pm at St. Stephen's Episcopal Church, Seattle, WA
Sunday, FebruaryFeb 11, 7:00pm at Christ Episcopal Church, Tacoma, WA
Tickets: $25 general ($22 in advance); $18 students/seniors ($15 in advance)

DĒLECTŌ will feature three works, including two world-premiere commissions.

Love, a short work by Rodney Sharman setting a verse by 17-century poet George Sandys.

This is how you love, a commission from Timothy Takach and Jocelyn Hagen, setting poems and excerpted transcripts from couples counseling.

The river of love, Eric Banks' commission - a wedding gift from Robert Alexander to his wife Ali - setting couplets by the 14th-century Sufi poet Amir Khusro.

reSound, a Northwest Chamber Ensemble: Let Justice Roll Down
A Multi-Media Musical Journey to Selma and Back
Sunday, FebruaryFeb 11, 3:00pm at Plymouth Congregational Church, Seattle, WA
Tickets: $15 suggested donation at the door

Let Justice Roll Down — A Multi-Media Musical Journey to Selma and Back features Duo-Organists Wanda Griffiths & Stephen Marshall-Ward with reSound, a Northwest Chamber Ensemble, Dave Beck, cello, Kyle Erickson, trumpet, Ian Alvarez, percussion, and Plymouth Youth Forum Members.

This event will feature an exciting world-premiere of "Kyrie," a new 20-minute work by Stephen Marshall-Ward and Michael Austin Miller, featuring selected texts from the Plymouth Youth Forum members.

Sunday, FebruaryFeb 11, 3:00pm at St. John's Episcopal Church, Olympia, WA
Tickets: Free-will offering only

Please join Seattle Pro Musica for our annual appearance as part of the St. John's Concert Series in Olympia.

This year’s event returns to the wonderful facilities of South Seattle College, including a dinner prepared and served by students from the school’s acclaimed culinary arts program. Favorite events such as the Dessert Dash and the Wine Pull will also return. Soloists, duets, and ensembles from all of our choruses will perform a wide variety of songs as guests enjoy this wonderful dinner and bid on a wide variety of auction packages.

February 12–18, 2018

 

Wednesday, FebruaryFeb 14, 7:30pm at Resonance at SOMA Towers, Bellevue, WA
Tickets: All tickets $35

Brahms tapped into a lucrative vein when composing a set of Liebeslieder Waltzer (“Lovesong Waltzes”) in 1868. They were so popular that Brahms’s publisher requested a second set. These audience favorites have since been adopted by choruses worldwide, but the Emerald Ensemble will present them as originally intended, for four solo voices and piano four-hands. Our four soloists will also sing a bouquet of art-songs on the subject of love. This is a Valentine’s Day event to cherish forever.

Saturday, FebruaryFeb 17, 7:30pm at Kirkland Performance Center, Kirkland, WA
Tickets: $20 General / $15 Student & Senior

Join Kirkland Choral Society for a festive evening of wine, chocolate, and love songs from a variety of styles; hear works by Brahms, Bizet, Bernstein, and the Beatles, for solo voice, small ensemble, and 100-voice choir.

Saturday, FebruaryFeb 17, 8:00pm at St. James Cathedral, Seattle, WA
Tickets: $20 in advance, $24 at the door

Opus 7 presents an inventive and powerful concert of choral music for the Lenten season, which includes Benjamin Britten’s great masterpiece, Cantata Misericordium for choir; soloists Eric Neuville, tenor and Charles Robert Stephens, baritone; harp; percussion; piano; and string orchestra. Also featured are settings of the “O vos omnes” text, alternating with works by Rheinberger, Parry, Barber, Casals, and Elgar.

Wednesday, FebruaryFeb 14, 9:00am at (Venue To Be Announced)
Tickets: Prices $50 and up depending on time window specified for delivery.

Send four charming gentlemen to serenade your sweetheart and present a red rose as a token of your love. Delivered at the time and place you choose (some limitations apply).
An unforgettable gift!
A treasured memory!

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