Thank you for attending Saturday’s performances of Rearranged: a Seattle Pro Musica Cabaret!

Our lively evening of Broadway choruses and cabaret solos was a rousing success - thank you to all those who were able to attend! If you didn't get the opportunity to donate to our ongoing initiatives while you were enjoying the show, you'll be thrilled to hear that our campaign is still open - visit our online giving page to participate!

Karen P. Thomas named recipient of Mayor's Arts Award

Terrific news - our own Karen P. Thomas has been named a 2018 Mayor's Arts Awards recipient by the Office of Arts & Culture Seattle in recognition of her work to make Seattle Pro Musica fully welcoming for LGBTQ individuals. As a board member of Chorus America, she has also worked to help choruses throughout the US become welcoming and safe places for trans and non-binary singers. Congratulations, Karen!



Seattle Pro Musica joins Opus 7, Illumni Men's Chorale, the St. James Cathedral Choir, and the Jubilate! Young Women’s Ensemble on Friday, October 19 at 8pm for
Mahler’s "Resurrection" Symphony at St. James Cathedral.


WATCH & Listen

Sacred Ground preview: Earth Song by Frank Ticheli

But music and singing have been my refuge,
And music and singing shall be my light.

Frank Ticheli, Earth Song

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

Seattle Pro Musica acknowledges that our performances take place on Indigenous land: the traditional territory of Coast Salish peoples, specifically the Dkhw’Duw’Absh, or Duwamish, 'The People of the Inside.'