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!
2014-2015 Season Subscription
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. Buy your subscription online through Brown Paper Tickets or by phone at 206-781-2766.
Family Holiday Concert
December 6, 2014, First Baptist Church
Enjoy carols, holiday classics, and a sing-along in this one-hour concert for kids and families. Local schoolchildren and famed French chef Thierry Rautureau, the Chef In The Hat, will join us for a special holiday treat. Bring the whole family!
Noël - French Christmas
Seattle Pro Musica brings a Gallic flair to the holidays with Christmas motets by 20th-century French masters Francis Poulenc and Pierre Villette. Our program also showcases medieval and Renaissance Christmas music from France along with traditional French carols. Our December concerts often sell out in advance and elicit glowing reviews: “Seattle Pro Musica’s annual Christmas concert is a gourmet event for music lovers.” (Philippa Kiraly, The SunBreak)
Caritas - Sacred Music by Women
Seattle Pro Musica celebrates International Women’s Day with a tribute to great female composers across the centuries. St. Hildegard of Bingen’s 12th-century chants are juxtaposed with today’s most exciting new composers from North America, Korea and Eastern Europe. SPM’s performance shines a special spotlight on composers of the Pacific Northwest, including Melinda Bargreen—capped off by the regional premiere of Karen P. Thomas’ Caritas abundat.
Prism - Pärt & MacMillan
"I could compare my music to white light which contains all colors. Only a prism can divide the colors and make them appear; this prism could be the spirit of the listener." Arvo Pärt
We celebrate Arvo Pärt’s 80th birthday with a concert of his mystical, minimal music paired with pieces by Scotsman James MacMillan, whose hauntingly beautiful works have been described as “both timeless and contemporary.” The striking yet spare sounds of other contemporary composers, including a world premiere by John Muehleisen, rounds out a wonderful program.
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