Thank you for coming to Passion and Resurrection!

Thank you so much for supporting Seattle Pro Musica by attending a performance this past weekend. We're pleased that you could be a part of our audience, and hope that you were uplifted and inspired by Passion and Resurrection.

If you attended, we’d appreciate if you could take a short online survey about your experience. We're gathering audience feedback and demographic information, and all questions are optional; please feel free to provide as much or as little information as you like. Your answers will give us helpful information for planning future concerts and events. 

Thank you for being a crucial part of the Seattle Pro Musica family. With your support, we are able to fulfill our mission: to enrich and inspire our audiences, singers, and community through the experience of choral artistry, and to increase access to and appreciation of choral music.

We look forward to announcing our 2019-20 season very soon!


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WATCH & Listen

Passion and Resurrection Preview:
Mass for Double Choir: Sanctus

Frank Martin (Switzerland, 1890-1974)

Composed as a private act of devotion, now considered to be one of the greatest a cappella masterpieces of the 20th century. Rhythmic, subtle, and uplifting.

Cherubic Hymn - Pavel Chesnokov (Russia, 1877–1944) - recorded in rehearsal at St. James Cathedral, 5/6/19.

Hymn written from the viewpoint of the Cherubim, heavenly beings who attend to God according to Judaism, Christianity, and Islam.

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.'