Seattle Pro Musica - A World of Choral Beauty
CONCERTS
Seattle Pro Musica invites you to experience the sublime beauty of the human voice in expressions of joy, pathos and inspiration. Enjoy the excitement of Seattle Pro Musica’s new season!

2013-2014 Season Subscription - Enjoy all three concerts!
Save up to 30% off door prices. Simply choose your level of season ticket (standard, senior, student, or prime seating) and a performance time for each of our three concerts, and enjoy the advantages offered by being a subscriber: assured seating at sold-out performances, the ability to change concert dates at the last minute if your schedule changes, and seating in the subscriber section.


Ceremony of Carols - Britten Centenary Christmas

December 7 & 14, 2013, Town Hall & Bastyr Chapel

2013 marks 100 years since the birth of Benjamin Britten, and our celebration of his centenary year concludes with a trio of gorgeous holiday works. His beloved classic A Ceremony of Carols is paired with his youthful choral tour-de-force, A Boy was Born. Also included is Conrad Susa's delightful Carols and Lullabies - Christmas in the Southwest. You may be wondering: what is a suite of Spanish-language Christmas carols with marimba and guitar doing on a Britten program? It all makes perfect sense: Susa created this work specifically as a colorful companion piece to Britten's Ceremony of Carols!

Christmas with Seattle Pro Musica - Family Holiday Concert

December 15, 2013, Phinney Ridge Lutheran Chruch

Enjoy traditional carols, holiday favorites, and an audience sing-along for children and families in this one-hour concert.  Children from area schools will join us in performance.  Bring the whole family!

Passio - Light in Darkness

March 8 & 9, 2014, St. James Cathedral

The season of Lent has inspired composers to write some of their most beautiful and poignant works, plumbing the depths of human emotion. This concert presents a meditative collection of musical expressions of the Passion story, from the recently rediscovered Passion Week by Gretchaninov, to the Pulitzer-Prize-winning Little Match Girl Passion by David Lang - a modern-day allegorical take on Medieval mystery plays, in a format inspired by Bach.

Brahms - Ein deutsches Requiem

May 17 & 18, 2014, St. James Cathedral

"Now I have surmounted obstacles I thought I could never overcome, and I feel like an eagle, soaring ever higher and higher." So wrote Johannes Brahms, after completing his monumental German Requiem for choir, orchestra and soloists. It is a masterwork of great humanity with melting moments of compassion, a balm in troubled times.






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