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Seattle Men’s Chorus & Seattle Women’s Chorus Announce 2014-15 Season

Courtesy of Seattle Men's and Women's Chorus

Seattle Men’s Chorus and Seattle Women’s Chorus are excited to bring wide ranging and impactful music to the local arts scene in 2014-15. Under the umbrella of Flying House Productions, the combined choruses are the largest community choruses in America and the largest gay choruses in the world. Their coming season reflects their diversity and diverse talents.

Seattle Women’s Chorus Fall Concert
Hallows in the Cathedral – Moonshadow
At Saint Mark’s Cathedral, the Seattle Women’s Chorus’s concert will be filled with dark, mysterious, eerie and intriguing songs just in time for the Halloween season.
Oct. 17-25 at Seattle’s St. Mark’s Cathedral; Oct. 11 at Renton’s IKEA Performing Arts Center.

Seattle Men’s Chorus Holiday Concert
…Our Gay Apparel
Who better to highlight all of the campy, fun, and well, gay apparel we have to wear duing the holiday season than Seattle Men’s Chorus? Audience members are asked to wear their favorite holiday sweater to see a rip-roaring show of everyone’s favorite holiday tunes.
Nov. 29 – Dec. 22 at Benaroya Hall, Dec. 4 at Tacoma’s Pantages Theatre and Dec. 13 at Everett Civic Auditorium.

Seattle Women’s Chorus Winter Concert
Reel Women
Seattle Women’s Chorus gives a musical tribute to some of the silver screen’s most scintillating ladies.
Feb. 5-8 at Cornish Playhouse at Seattle Center, Feb. 1 at Renton’s IKEA Performing Arts Center.

Seattle Men’s Chorus Spring Concert
Tyler’s Suite/I Am Harvey Milk
Through new, original commissions, this production honors the lives of two men who have left a powerful legacy in the gay community – Tyler Clementi and Harvey Milk.
March 28 and 29, McCaw Hall

Seattle Men’s Chorus Summer Concert
Queen
Get ready for the full spectrum of Queen hits as the Seattle Men’s Chorus plans on singing “We Are The Champions,” “Another One Bites the Dust,” and “We Will Rock You.”
June 20 and 21, McCaw Hall

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