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Women’s Chorus

2015 / 2016 Concert Season

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graphic: Seattle Women's Chorus 2015-16 Fall Concert

Hallows in the Cathedral: Spirits Rising

It’s Halloween — bring your Boo
and join us for tricks and treats!

As the late autumn sun slips below the horizon, Saint Mark’s Cathedral will resonate once again with ethereal harmonies enchantingly sung by Seattle Women’s Chorus. From the Romantic to the contemporary, the spooky to the soothing, this diverse concert features an entertaining collection of classical and pop songs and tales that will stir your soul and raise your spirits.

Saint Mark’s Cathedral

Friday, October 23, 2015  —  8:00pm †
Saturday, October 24  —  8:00pm †
Friday, October 30  —  8:00pm
Saturday, October 31  —  2:00pm
Saturday, October 31  —  8:00pm

† featuring guest artist Rebekah Del Rio

icon: ASL interpretation ASL interpreted performance

Family Performances

Section C or Section D tickets for $15 to children up to age 12. Call the box office ( 388.1400 ) for reservations

Saturday, October 31  —  2:00pm

Please note: This performance features the same content as all other performances and the full length program (2 hours) may not be suitable for all children.

Preview Performance

Saturday, October 10, 2015 — 7:00 PM

Renton IKEA Performing Arts Center
400 S Second Street
Renton, WA 98057
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$10 or pay-what-you-can

Tickets for the Friends and Family Preview Performance can be purchased online, by calling the Box Office at 206.388.1400, or bought at the door on the day of the preview.

photo: Rebekah Del Rio

Opening Weekend
Guest Artist

Rebekah Del Rio
Singer / Songwriter

Singer/songwriter Rebekah Del Rio is well known for a unique style that is best represented in her signature song, the wrenchingly beautiful ballad “Llorando,” a Spanish-language version of Roy Orbison’s “Crying” which was featured in David Lynch’s award-winning film, Mulholland Drive. Ms. Del Rio has released several albums, and her work has been featured across film and television.