COMING UP

HANDEL’S ‘SAMSON’

Composed immediately following his wildly successful Messiah, this dramatic tale of love, betrayal, faith, and redemption has remained one of Handel's most enduringly popular oratorios. Stephen Stubbs leads the Pacific MusicWorks orchestra UW Chamber Singers and an all-star cast:

Samson – Aaron Sheehan
Dalila - Tess Altiveros
Micah – Reginald L. Mobley
Manoah – Zachary Lenox
Harapha – Jonathan Woody
Philistine woman/Israelite - Danielle Sampson
A Philistine/An Israelite -Thomas Segen  


fri May 3, 2019

7:30 pm: Trinity Lutheran Church, Lynnwood
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Sat May 4, 2019

7:30 pm: First Baptist Church, Seattle
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NOTE: All online ticket sales end two hours prior to each performance.


UNDERGROUND

While Italy was busy acquiring its status as the center of the 17th and 18th century musical world, composers and performers in north Germany, Scandinavia, England, and Holland were busy developing their own unique sound, blending Italian influences with a distinctly northern sensibility and style. San Francisco’s free-spirited early music powerhouse Agave Baroque offers up this program of fiery, bold, and inventive works by Buxtehude, Sidon, Peterson, Blow, and Roman.

While Italy was busy acquiring its status as the center of the 17th and 18th century musical world, composers and performers in north Germany, Scandinavia, England, and Holland were busy developing their own unique sound, blending Italian influences with a distinctly northern sensibility and style. San Francisco’s free-spirited early music powerhouse Agave Baroque offers up this program of fiery, bold, and inventive works by Buxtehude, Sidon, Peterson, Blow, and Roman.

Fri may 10, 2019

7:30 pm: United Methodist Church of Anacortes | Tickets at the door

SAT May 11, 2019

7:30 pm: St. Augustine's Episcopal Church, Freeland | Buy Tickets

SUN May 12, 2019

3:00 pm: Resonance at SOMA Towers, Bellevue | Buy Tickets

TUE May 14, 2019

7:00 pm: Capitol Cider, Seattle (ages 21+)| Buy Tickets

NOTE: ALL online ticket sales end two hours prior to each performance.


SANCTUARY IN THE CITY

Schubert’s great String Quintet in C, composed just months before his death, remains one of the greatest works of chamber music ever written. Experience this monumental masterpiece performed on period instruments, led by Pacific MusicWorks orchestra director Tekla Cunningham, in the sumptuous acoustic of Christ Our Hope at the Josephinum, 1902 2nd Ave. (2nd Ave. at Stewart St.) in downtown Seattle.


2018-2019 SEASON BROCHURE

 
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