We’re at it again. Seattle Women's Chorus and Seattle Men's Chorus are about to raise the curtain on another thrilling season.

These days we’re standing taller, singing louder, and laughing harder. It’s good for the soul. We’re celebrating all the things that are best about Seattle. We’re dreaming of a future more luminous than anything we’ve imagined, and our songs will light the way.

We’re the voice of hope, the voice of peace, the voice of love, the voice of the LGBTQ experience. Could such a voice ever be silenced? Not in our town. -Paul

Single tickets go on sale September 5th.

Fired Up

Seattle Women's Chorus - Saint Mark's Cathedral
October 13-21

Every social movement in modern history has been accompanied by music that rouses the masses, speaks truth to power, and cements public consciousness. This fall, SWC brings heart and soul to songs of protest and social justice that have been inspired by such movements as anti-war, human rights, and the 2017 Women’s March. Featuring “Beautiful City” from Godspell, “Where Have All the Flowers Gone,” “This Land is Your Land,” and presenting the Northwest Girlchoir. 

 

A Sassy Brassy Holiday

Seattle Men's Chorus - Benaroya Hall
December 10-23

It’s not the holidays in Seattle without the most welcoming celebration of the season - and this year, we’ve infused your favorite carols and beloved classics with the warmth of brass and a pinch of sass! Featuring a soaring gospel arrangement of “Joy to the World,” the cheeky and cheerful “A Super Gay Christmas,” plus a down and dirty Dixie styling of “Let It Snow.”

 

Not In Our Town

Seattle Men's Chorus & Seattle Women's Chorus - McCaw Hall
April 7 & 8

Guest-starring Randy Rainbow

Standing up and singing out! The combined forces of SWC and SMC's voices share the stage for a special unity concert that confronts the rising tide of intolerance in our country. Featuring a tour de force musical theatre piece from the creators of Ragtime about the history of civil rights in America, Not In Our Town is filled with inspiring stories of equality, songs of celebration from Katy Perry and Melissa Etheridge, and a Whitney Houston dance party to bring down McCaw Hall. 

 

God Save The Queens

Seattle Men's Chorus - McCaw Hall
June 22 & 23

The British are coming! SMC ascends the throne to present 50 years of rock and pop royalty, from the swinging ‘60s to today’s biggest hits from across the pond. Get ready for an invasion that’s so lush, so flashy, it edges on revolutionary. Featuring The Beatles, Sting, Eurythmics, Adele and so much more.