Subscribe to Seattle Pro Musica's 2016-17 Season!

We have an exciting new season planned, ranging from December holiday music that celebrates winter lights in Star of Wonder to Leonard Bernstein’s beloved Chichester Psalms and James MacMillan’s haunting Cantos sagrados. We are especially pleased to present Ralph Vaughan Williams’ searing anti-war masterpiece, Dona nobis pacem, for choir, soloists, and orchestra.

Please join us for a season of vibrant music and profound emotion as expressed by the human voice. Subscriptions and single tickets are available now!



2016-17 Season Auditions

Mark your calendars and join our mailing list - Seattle Pro Musica is seeking extraordinary singers of all voice types to join us for our 2016-17 Season! Auditions will take place at Epiphany Parish on August 15, 16, and 17, from 6pm to 9:30pm each evening. 

Contact us with your questions or to sign up for more information; we will begin taking appointments in July.


Upcoming Concerts


WATCH & Listen

Ēriks Ešenvalds - Northern Lights

We performed Ēriks Ešenvalds' Northern Lights on NW Focus Live in the KING FM Studio on December 4, 2015.

Northern Lights concert preview

Hear our entire preview of Northern Lights - Music of the Baltics and Scandinavia with KING FM's Sean MacLean.

You can enjoy more videos or hear more of our recordings on our Listen & Watch pages.


thank you for your support!

Enchantment Under the Sea

Our 22nd Gala Benefit & Auction, Enchantment Under the Sea, took place on April 9 - and we are so grateful to our attendees and donors. Visit our Auction page for a full list of the generous businesses that supported our annual event.

Did you miss your chance to support us through your attendance? We're always happy to accept a donation - you can support general operating funds or direct your support to our Fund-a-Dream project - the May 2017 presentation of Ralph Vaughan William's stunning Dona Nobis Pacem. 

“Word over all, beautiful as the sky,
Beautiful that war and all its deeds of carnage must in time be utterly lost.”

– Walt Whitman

Written between World War I and II, Dona nobis pacem (Grant us peace) is one of Vaughan Williams’ most significant works. It is an impassioned plea for peace that blends Biblical text with the emotionally-charged anti-war poetry of Walt Whitman to create a searing indictment of the tragedy of war.