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WEIHNACHTEN: Experience the joyous sounds of traditional German choral music for the Christmas season, including our atmospheric candlelight processional, traditional carols, and beautiful works by Bruckner, Mendelssohn, Biebl and Distler. (December 8 at Town Hall Seattle, 7:30pm; December 15 at Bastyr University Chapel, 3pm and 7:30pm)
CHRISTMAS WITH SEATTLE PRO MUSICA: Enjoy traditional carols, holiday favorites, and an audience sing-along for children and families in this one-hour concert. Children from area schools will join us in performance. Bring the whole family! (December 8 at Town Hall Seattle - 3pm)
FLEUR: Rejoice in the return of the sun, with music that captures the beauty and splendor of spring. Eric Whitacre's Cloudburst portrays a wild thunderstorm with dramatic intensity; while Morten Lauridsen applies a delicate touch to the exquisite poetry of Rilke in Les Chansons des Roses. The evocative Five Flower Songs of Benjamin Britten provide a contemporary contrast to Renaissance madrigals of springtime, and Debussy's Trois chansons celebrate love and bid adieu to winter. (March 9 at Town Hall Seattle, 7:30pm; March 10 at Phinney Ridge Lutheran Church, 3pm)
LUCIS: Immerse yourself in the sound of contemporary classics - 20th and 21st century works written for a reverberant cathedral acoustic, and expressing humanity's connection to the divine and to each other. The featured work is Canticum calamitatis maritimae by Finnish composer Jaakko Mäntyjärvi written to commemorate a tragic 1994 shipwreck. Also included are the luminous Lucis creator optime by the Latvian composer Vytautis Miškinis, Penderecki's Song of the Cherubim, A drop in the ocean by the Estonian composer Eriks Ešenvald, and Herbert Howells' touching Take him, earth, for cherishing, dedicated to the memory of JFK. (May 18 and 19 at St. James Cathedral - 8pm)
St. James Cathedral (View)
804 9th Avenue
Seattle, WA 98104
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