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Trinity Lutheran Church
Tacoma, WA
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Just in time for Valentine's Day, get swept away with songs of passion, yearning and love in Fire, Seattle Pro Musica's upcoming series of outreach concerts. The performance features Morten Lauridsen's Fire Madrigals, set to Italian Renaissance poetry steeped in unrequited love.  Also featured are selections from Joshua Shank's seductive and flirtatious Color Madrigals, the languid tenderness of Jonathan Miller's Let him kiss me, and sweet, poignant love songs by Samuel Barber, Dale Warland, and Eric Whitacre.

Plus, you won't want to miss the world premiere of Wild Nights! by Karen P. Thomas, Seattle Pro Musica's own Artistic Director and Conductor. The piece is set to a posthumously-published Emily Dickinson poem, unique in its tone of unrestrained passion.

There are three dates and locations available for this concert. For tickets to the performance at Richmond Beach Community Church on Saturday, February 2nd, please visit Tickets to the performance at Mercer Island Presbyterian Church on Saturday, February 9, will be available at the door only. Call 206-781-2766 with questions, or visit for more details. Thank you!

Seattle Pro Musica is a critically acclaimed choral organization comprised of four performing ensembles  the 80-voice Seattle Pro Musica choir; Vox, the mixed-voices chamber ensemble; Chroma, the select women's ensemble; and Orpheon, the select men's ensemble. Recipient of the Margaret Hillis Award for Choral Excellence and the ASCAP/Chorus America Award for Adventurous Programming, Seattle Pro Musica is ranked by American Record Guide as "among America's very best choirs."

Under the baton of Artistic Director and Conductor Karen P. Thomas, Seattle Pro Musica has received international acclaim for its CD recordings and live performances. Choir and Organ magazine writes: "Seattle Pro Musica presents a cappella singing at its best." Fanfare Record Magazine says: "This is truly an extraordinary choir." Seattle Pro Musica has appeared on the NPR radio show Saint Paul Sunday, and by invitation for numerous international and national festivals. This season, Chroma, the women's ensemble of Seattle Pro Musica, will perform for the National Conference of the American Choral Directors Association in Dallas.



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

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Non-Smoking: Yes!
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