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March 19–25, 2018


Concert: Baltic Centennial: 100 Years of Statehood — Seven area choirs commemorate the home of the "Singing Revolution"
Saturday, MarchMar 24, 8:00pm at St. Mark's Cathedral, Seattle, WA
Tickets: $25 (general), $20 (senior/military/vets), $5 (student). Children 6-10 free.

Pre-concert lecture at 7:00 pm presented by Prof. Guntis Smidchens, Chair of Baltic Studies at U of W.

A concert to commemorate one hundred years since the Declaration of Independence of the three Baltic states—home of the “Singing Revolution.” Hear the finest contemporary choral music today from Latvia, Estonia, and Lithuania.

Participating choirs to include:
Seattle Choral Company, Magi Baltic Ensemble, Redmond Chorale, Ancora, Illumni Men's Chorale, Seattle Girl's Choir, & Columbia Choirs.

Now in its sixth year, the French Fest at Seattle Center is a part of the Seattle Center’s FESTÁL cultural event series and attracts 5,000 visitors. Drop by the Alliance Française booth to say BONJOUR and stay to hear our choir perform from 1:15-1:45pm.
The event is free and open to the public.

Concert: Johann Nepomuk Hummel's MASS IN B-FLAT — Masterworks Concert
Sunday, MarchMar 25, 2:00pm at Kent United Methodist Church, Kent, WA
Tickets: $18 general admission; $16 seniors/students; $2 more at door

In his day, Johann Nepomuk Hummel (1778-1837) was highly respected as a composer and pianist. He has the distinction of being the only full time music student of Mozart. Most remembered for his piano compositions, his sacred music is also well regarded. This is the first of five orchestral Masses composed by Hummel during his time at the Esterhazy court, and continues the tradition of the masses of Mozart and Haydn. Join us for this marvelous work, plus selections by other master composers.

Concert: Musica Nova — New music of the 14th Century
Tickets: Advance:$25/Door:$30 /Students:$15

New developments in musical notation in the early 14th century allowed composers to write music they never could write before. They wasted no time in embracing the complexity and variety that was suddenly available to them, literally referring to their music as an ars nova, or "new art.” Composers in France and Italy were most active in promoting this musical avant-garde, yet their works are strikingly different in style: In Italy, exuberant melodies and virtuosic display were highly prized.

Concert: Neighborhood Memorial Gathering — For those we have loved and lost
Saturday, MarchMar 24, 3:00pm at Woodland Park Presbyterian Church, Seattle, WA
Tickets: Free

The Phinney Neighborhood Chorus invites you to a sharing of song and poetry in remembrance of those loved and lost. After the program we will share tea, cookies and memories. If you would like to recommend or contribute a song or poem for the program please contact Maggie at

Concert: Out of the Deep Spring Concert — 50th Anniversary Season
Saturday, MarchMar 24, 7:30pm at Phinney Ridge Lutheran Church, Seattle, WA
Tickets: $25 general, $20 Senior Cit & Singer, Free admission for students through H.S.

Every life includes periods of passion and pathos, growth and stagnation. In this concert, we sing about woes of our world, and then sing to reclaim our joy during the week of the Spring equinox. Featured composers include Claudio Monteverdi, Pablo Casals, Alberto Ginastera, Heinrich Schütz, and contemporary Americans Charles Anthony Silvestri, Brandon Hurley, Daniel Elder and J. Aaron McDermid.

To celebrate its 10th Anniversary, Sine Nomine will perform some of its members' favorite pieces. Every song is a Renaissance gem: from Binchois to Byrd, 15th to 17th centuries, from England, Italy, Spain, Germany, Netherlands, Belgium and France. We feature Gombert's 'Lugebat David Absalon', Byrd's 'Tribue Domine', and offer more by Byrd, Binchois, Encina, Gesualdo, Guerrero, Josquin, Palestrina, Praetorius and Tallis. See www for program details. Preconcert lecture by Gary Cannon at 4pm.

Concert: There Is Sweet Music Here — Olympia Youth Chorus in Concert
Tickets: Adults $20, Students and Seniors $18, Children 12 and under $10

Featuring the music of all five choirs in Olympia Youth Chorus, Dolce, Bel Canto, Coro Voce, Forza and Cantabile.
Tickets are available at the Washington Center Box Office, 360-753-8586, or

Concert: University of Nevada, Las Vegas Chamber Chorale — UNLV Chamber Chorale & Mill Creek Chorale
Friday, MarchMar 23, 7:30pm at Advent Lutheran Church, Mill Creek, WA
Tickets: Free-will offering only

The Chamber Chorale from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas celebrates over 30 years of concert tours this year with performances and singing exchanges in the Pacific Northwest, March 22-27, 2018. The 21-voice advanced ensemble performs an exciting program of a cappella and accompanied repertoire by J. S. Bach, W. A. Mozart, William Billings, Johannes Brahms, Samuel Barber, Stephen Chatman, Elizabeth Alexander, Joan Szymko, and Ivo Antognini.

KCS and Philharmonia Northwest present Verdi's monumental Requiem at Benaroya Hall, with soloists Kim Giordano, Melissa Plagemann, Tim Janecke, and Clayton Brainerd; Dr. Glenn R. Gregg, conducting.

Fundraiser: And the Winner Is... — A Night at the Tony Awards!
Friday, MarchMar 23, 6:30pm at NewHolly Gathering Hall, Seattle, WA
Saturday, MarchMar 24, 6:30pm at NewHolly Gathering Hall, Seattle, WA
Tickets: Tickets: Adults: $70 | Youth (12 and under): $40

Have you ever dreamed of strolling down the red carpet dressed in all your finery? We are here to make your dreams come true! Our annual fundraiser gala includes a spectacular full concert performance of Tony-award winning music, as well as dazzling choreography. We will make you feel like a star as you support our mission with silent auction, Dessert Dash auction and a Raise the Paddle. Join us for a magical evening reliving 75 years of Broadway's best!

March 26 – April 1, 2018


Concert: Choir Festival and Exchange — with Stanford Chamber Chorale
Monday, MarchMar 26, 7:30pm at Glendale Lutheran Church, Burien, WA
Tickets: No tickets needed for this event; $5 suggested donation at the door

In this last minute addition to our 2017-2018 season, ChoralSounds Northwest And VocalSounds Northwest are honored to host renowned vocal ensemble Stanford University Chamber Chorale, conducted by Dr. Stephen M. Sano. Stay tuned for more details. We greatly look forward to collaborating with this incredible vocal group for this special event!

Concert: Stories from the East — conducted by Aaron Breid
Saturday, MarchMar 31, 7:30pm at First Free Methodist Church, Seattle, WA
Tickets: $25 adults, $20 seniors, $10 students

Chopin Piano Concerto No. 1 Mvts. II and III
Kamran Ince: Gloria (Everywhere)
Rimsky-Korsakov Scheherazade

April 2–8, 2018


Concert: 42nd ANNUAL KALEVALA FESTIVAL — Celebrating the 150th Anniversary of the Finnish Composer Oskar Merikanto
Tickets: $20, students $7

The Finnish Composer Oskar Merikanto's (1868 - 1924), style reminds of Finnish folk songs. He had a unique ability to compose vividly emotional music and has become one of the most beloved Finnish composers. Program: Choir, conducted by Heather MacLaughlin-Garbes, solo singing by soprano Maria Männistö acc. Aaron Otheim, the Evergreen Kantele, Kalevala Trio and Katrilli folkdancers. Guest speaker Hanna-Ilona Härmävaara of UW Finnish Studies.

Saturday, AprilApr 7, 7:30pm at Trinity Parish Episcopal Church, Seattle, WA
Tickets: General Admission: $20 Seniors (65+): $15 Students: $10. Save $3 by purchasing tickets in advance.

We are happy to premiere music by local composers selected from our recent call for compositions. The music on the program bears a relationship to early music either in construction, sound, or theme. A CD recording of the program will be for sale at the concert.

Concert: Not In Our Town
Sunday, AprilApr 8, 2:00pm at Mario Oliver McCaw Hall, Seattle, WA
Saturday, AprilApr 7, 8:00pm at Mario Oliver McCaw Hall, Seattle, WA
Tickets: $5-$78; TeenTix, Children's tickets, and Under 35 discounts available

Featuring special guest, Randy Rainbow

Standing up and singing out! The combined forces of SWC and SMC's voices share the stage for a special unity concert that confronts the rising tide of intolerance in our country. Featuring a tour de force musical theatre piece from the creators of Ragtime about the history of civil rights in America, Not In Our Town is filled with inspiring stories of equality, songs of celebration, and a Whitney Houston dance party to bring down McCaw Hall.

Concert: Shall We Dance?
Saturday, AprilApr 7, 7:30pm at St. Thomas Episcopal Church, Medina, WA
Sunday, AprilApr 8, 3:30pm at Church of the Holy Cross, Redmond, WA
Tickets: $20 general admission; $15 student/senior

It is said that music began with movement. This concert explores the various ways in which dance has been embraced by choral music. Brahms’ Liebeslieder, or “Love-Song,” waltzes are perennial favorites. Dance was all the rage during Bach’s time, and the most dancelike of his motets is surely Der Geist hilft. Tangos of Piazzolla have also been arranged for chorus. For a bit of Americana, we’ll round it all out with Copland’s country-dance Stomp your foot and Ives’s Circus Band.

Concert: Spring Concert — A Commemoration of the Civil Rights Movement
Sunday, AprilApr 8, 3:00pm at Carco Theatre, Renton, WA
Friday, AprilApr 6, 7:00pm at Chimacum High School, Chimacum, WA
Tickets: Presale; $12 Feb 18 thru Mar 18. Full price $15

The first half of the program will be a commemoration of the Civil Rights Movement, and of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. with a special collage of spirituals and Dr. King's writings/speeches. The second half of the program, will be enlivened with songs of the late 1960s. We hope the audience be moved by the more serious part of our commemorative concert, and will love hearing some of the songs of the era as well.... protest songs and popular songs of the the era.

Concert: You'll Never Walk Alone — Songs of Inspiration
Sunday, AprilApr 8, 3:00pm at Everett Performing Arts Center, Everett, WA
Tickets: $20 adults $17 military, student, senior

The choir will be singing John Rutter's "Requiem" which they will also be performing at Carnegie Hall in 2018

Fundraiser: As You Like It — 24th Annual Auction and Gala
Saturday, AprilApr 7, 6:30pm at Seattle Aquarium, Seattle, WA

As You Like It, our 24th Annual Auction, will be held on April 7, 2018 at the Seattle Aquarium. Join us for a stunning Shakespearean gala hosted by auctioneer John Curley!

Seating from $100-$150; visit for more information or to secure your spot!

Great music and a wonderful community are at the heart of Choir of the Sound. So why wouldn't we utilize those strengths to celebrate this premier community choir and help it grow to be the best it can be? That's exactly what we do through our Bottles n Bites fundraiser! This is a 21+ event.

April 9–15, 2018


Concert: CŌNFIDŌ - the reimagined mass — the certainty from ritual
Sunday, AprilApr 15, 7:00pm at Christ Episcopal Church, Tacoma, WA
Friday, AprilApr 13, 8:00pm at St. Stephen's Episcopal Church, Seattle, WA
Saturday, AprilApr 14, 8:00pm at Holy Rosary Church, Seattle, WA
Tickets: $25 general admission ($22 in advance); $18 student/senior ($15 in advance)

CONFIDO will present three secular masses and an additional piece:

Missa Charles Darwin, setting excerpts from Darwin's works alongside classic Latin mass texts, by Greg Brown

Missa Tiburtina and Petite messe solitaire, by British composer Giles Swayne

Island in space, an setting of dona nobis pacem alongside an astronaut's description of the earth, by Kirke Mechem

Concert: Faure Requiem — Featuring commission by Kevin T. Padworski
Saturday, AprilApr 14, 7:00pm at Church of the Holy Cross, Redmond, WA

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This season, SilverSounds Northwest celebrates the concept of time, including favorites like Monday, Monday, Nine to Five, and As Time Goes By. This fun-filled, theatrical show always promises the audience the time of their lives, proving you are never too old to rock and roll!

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