A commitment to build a more inclusive world.
We are committed to playing our role in the breakdown of systemic racism that leaves the Black community unsafe and unequal in America.
Our region's largest annual community-giving event is May 5 and 6.
In light of current events, we have made the necessary decision to suspend our remaining concerts.
Stories of how the Choruses are coming together and how you can help.
Details on how our schedule and operations have been affected and how together we can come out strong.
Due to department of health recommendations regarding large gatherings, we have made the incredibly difficult decision to postpone this concert.
Thank you for making our December fundraiser a success!
Artistic Director Paul Caldwell introduces SWC's next big thing, Revolution 2020.
This announcement follows a 4-month national search.
September 28th, benefiting Lifelong
In 2020, the plaza over Capitol Hill's light rail station and the north edge of Cal Anderson park will become home to The AMP: AIDS Memorial Pathway.
Steve tells us what's in store for him and the things that have made him most proud of SWC and SMC.
Meet some of the instrumentalists from SWC's Legends of Rock, on stage at Benaroya Hall on April 28.
Learn more about Citizens Against Domestic and Sexual Abuse. SWC performs a benefit concert in Langley on April 20.
This singer/actor/writer joins SWC at Benaroya Hall for Legends of Rock.
The song will premiere at McCaw Hall in the spring.