Aug
22
Aug 24

Season Auditions

  • Epiphany Parish of Seattle

Great singers and great people are always welcome! 

Our 2017-18 season auditions will take place at Epiphany Parish in the evenings of August 22, August 23, and August 24; we will begin scheduling appointments in early July.

If you would like to be added to the list for our 2017-18 season, please email us at auditions@seattlepromusica.org!

Sep
29
7:00 pm19:00

Rearranged

  • The Triple Door

Join members of Seattle Pro Musica and emcee Karen P. Thomas for a lively evening of Broadway choruses and cabaret solos. Enjoy a delicious full dinner and cocktails from Wild Ginger and meet some of the talented members of our community as they share their favorite standards from stage and screen at the gorgeous Triple Door!

Friday, September 29
at the Triple Door
two showtimes: 7:30 and 9:15pm

apx. 75 minutes, including a short intermission
full menu and bar available

Save the date! Tickets and additional information available soon.

Nov
9
7:30 pm19:30

Berlioz Requiem

  • Benaroya Hall

Berlioz’s Requiem shakes the earth below and soars to the heavens above, all while surrounding us with a profusion of orchestral and choral colors. This glorious work unites the spiritual and physical aspects of sound like nothing else in music.

Seattle Pro Musica joins the Seattle Symphony Orchestra, Seattle Symphony Chorale, and tenor Kenneth Tarver for performances of this extraordinary work on November 9 and 11.

Currently, tickets are only available as part of a Seattle Symphony Orchestra season subscription.

Nov
11
8:00 pm20:00

Berlioz Requiem

  • Benaroya Hall

Berlioz’s Requiem shakes the earth below and soars to the heavens above, all while surrounding us with a profusion of orchestral and choral colors. This glorious work unites the spiritual and physical aspects of sound like nothing else in music.

Seattle Pro Musica joins the Seattle Symphony Orchestra, Seattle Symphony Chorale, and tenor Kenneth Tarver for performances of this extraordinary work on November 9 and 11.

Tickets are currently available as part of a Seattle Symphony Orchestra season subscription.


May
20
8:00 pm20:00

Dona nobis pacem - May 20

Written between World War I and II, Dona nobis pacem (Grant us peace) is one of Ralph 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.

May
19
8:00 pm20:00

Dona nobis pacem - May 19

  • St. James Cathedral
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Written between World War I and II, Dona nobis pacem (Grant us peace) is one of Ralph 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.

Dec
17
7:30 pm19:30

Star of Wonder at Bastyr University Chapel, 7:30pm

Star of Wonder showcases music from around the world that evokes the winter lights of the holiday season. The program covers over a thousand years of choral music, from medieval chant to contemporary works. Centerpieces include the ethereally beautiful Stars by Ēriks Ešenvalds, Morten Lauridsen’s O magnum mysterium, and Eric Whitacre’s shimmering Lux Aurumque. Also featured are recent works by Judith Weir, John Rutter, and Gabriel Jackson.

Dec
17
3:00 pm15:00

Star of Wonder at Bastyr University Chapel, 3pm

  • Bastyr University Chapel

Star of Wonder showcases music from around the world that evokes the winter lights of the holiday season. The program covers over a thousand years of choral music, from medieval chant to contemporary works. Centerpieces include the ethereally beautiful Stars by Ēriks Ešenvalds, Morten Lauridsen’s O magnum mysterium, and Eric Whitacre’s shimmering Lux Aurumque. Also featured are recent works by Judith Weir, John Rutter, and Gabriel Jackson.

Dec
10
7:30 pm19:30

Star of Wonder at First Baptist

Star of Wonder showcases music from around the world that evokes the winter lights of the holiday season. The program covers over a thousand years of choral music, from medieval chant to contemporary works. Centerpieces include the ethereally beautiful Stars by Ēriks Ešenvalds, Morten Lauridsen’s O magnum mysterium, and Eric Whitacre’s shimmering Lux Aurumque. Also featured are recent works by Judith Weir, John Rutter, and Gabriel Jackson.

Dec
10
3:00 pm15:00

Star of Wonder at First Baptist

Star of Wonder showcases music from around the world that evokes the winter lights of the holiday season. The program covers over a thousand years of choral music, from medieval chant to contemporary works. Centerpieces include the ethereally beautiful Stars by Ēriks Ešenvalds, Morten Lauridsen’s O magnum mysterium, and Eric Whitacre’s shimmering Lux Aurumque. Also featured are recent works by Judith Weir, John Rutter, and Gabriel Jackson.

Oct
14
8:00 pm20:00

Cabaret Night with Seattle Pro Musica

  • Washington Hall

SPM does show tunes! Join members of Seattle Pro Musica and emcee Karen P. Thomas for a lively evening of Broadway choruses and cabaret solos. Sip a signature cocktail, wine, or beer, and meet some of the talented members of our community as they share their favorite standards from stage and screen in the beautifully renovated Washington Hall.

Dec
4
8:00 pm20:00

Northwest Focus Live

Northwest Focus Live

Tune in to our annual appearance on Northwest Focus Live on Classical KING FM 98.1. We'll present selections from our upcoming concert, Northern Lights - Music of the Baltics and Scandinavia.  

Oct
8
Oct 10

"Seattle Sings" Choral Festival

  • St. Mark's Episcopal Cathedral

Seattle Pro Musica is a proud member of the Greater Seattle Choral Consortium, hosting organization of the 2nd Annual Seattle Sings Choral Festival. On Saturday, October 10, at 7pm, we'll present selections from our upcoming concert Northern Lights - Music from the Baltics and Scandinavia.