Three holiday concerts are scheduled for this weekend at nearby venues:
Seattle Wind Symphony performing at
Shorewood Performing Arts Center
17300 Fremont Ave. N. ~ Shoreline
Saturday, Dec. 10
A holiday celebration in music is what the Seattle Wind Symphony has in mind for the Edmonds-Shoreline area. The program will include the talents of Seattle soprano, Alexandra Picard singing “O Holy Night”, plus KING FM 98.1 announcer, David Beck narrating “Twas the Night Before Christmas”.
The band invites the public to join them in signing Handel’s classic “Hallelujah Chorus”.
Tickets are available at all Kennelly Keys Music Stores, at Brown Paper Tickets, or at the door.
Seattle Children’s Chorus Christmas Concert: A Scandinavian Christmas performing at
Trinity Lutheran Church, located at 6215 196th St. S.W. in Lynnwood
Dec. 11, 6 p.m. and 8 p.m.
Seattle has long been the second home for many Scandinavian immigrants. With these hearty settlers came the music, art and traditions of the homeland. Seattle Children’s Chorus celebrates and honors this vibrant heritage through our Advent performances, sharing beloved music and traditions in an unforgettable performance. Please join us at one of our two concerts!
Brown Paper Tickets is the outlet for A Scandinavian Christmas
Sunday and Monday
Dec. 11 and 12
Cascade Symphony Orchestra (CSO)
As a special treat to the community, CSO music director Michael Miropolsky will be the featured artist performing at Edmonds Center for the Arts in the popular orchestra’s Holiday Pops concert.
Miropolsky has selected music by Strauss, Anderson, Tchaikovsky, Seletsky, Hertert for the program.
A gifted violinist, Miropolsky is the author of the memoir, Theme and Variations: My Life’s Journey, which will be available for sale at the dual concert.
With the growing popularity of Cascade Symphony Orchestra, we recommend reserving tickets early and making this a sparkling all-family occasion.
Tickets for Sunday’s performance are available at this ECA link; tickets for Saturday’s event are also available through the ECA website.
–By Emily Hill