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Trinity Lutheran Church
Tacoma, WA
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Illuminare explores the warmth of choral music during the season of winter lights. Seattle Pro Musica joins the tradition of those who bring light to the darkness of winter through the performance of radiant song.

The program includes the ethereal 'Christus vincit' by Scottish composer James MacMillian, which will uplift the spirit with its soaring soprano solos and rich harmonies; the compelling drama of Whitacre's extraordinary 'Leonardo Dreams of his Flying Machine'; and the austere beauty of 'Illuminare Jerusalem' by Judith Weir - a call for glorious light to usher us all through the starkness of the winter season and into the glories of Spring.

Seattle Pro Musica is presenting this outreach concert in conjunction with Trinity Lutheran Church in Parkland, WA.  Special pricing for members of the PLU Community and for students!

Additionally, Seattle Pro Musica is pleased to announce a partnership with 208 Garfield!  A cozy eatery one block from our concert venue, 208 Garfield offers hand-crafted menu items with a focus on local, sustainable, delicious foods. (  Show your Illuminare ticket and enjoy half-price glasses of wine!

ABOUT SEATTLE PRO MUSICA. As a recipient of the National Endowment for the Arts American Masterpieces grant and the Margaret Hillis Award for Choral Excellence, Seattle Pro Musica has garnered international recognition and praise for its CDs and performances. Seattle Pro Musica has appeared at international music festivals and on NPR's Saint Paul Sunday and was a finalist for the 2011 American Prize. American Record Guide ranks Seattle Pro Musica as "among America's very best choirs."



Trinity Lutheran Church (View)
12115 Park Avenue South
Tacoma, WA 98444
United States

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Music > Choral
Music > Classical

Kid Friendly: Yes!
Non-Smoking: Yes!
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!