February 5, 2019
Sunday, February 17
Choral Arts Northwest joins Plymouth Chancel Choir in 10:30 am worship to sing Moses Hogan's setting of My Soul's Been Anchored and Alice Parker's setting of Wondrous Love.
Friday, March 1, 12 pm Organ Recital
Honoring Women's History Month, Plymouth Director of Music and Organist Dr. Wanda Griffiths presents "Against All Odds: Organ Music by Women," including Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Wieck Schumann, Ethyl Smyth, Jeanne Demessieux and Florence Price. Suggested donation of $10 benefits Plymouth Friends of Music Fund.
Sunday, March 10
Harpist John Carrington joins Plymouth Ringers and Chancel Choir in 10:30 am worship to share music by Dale Wood and John Rutter.
Friday, March 15, 12 pm Organ Recital
Jeffrey Cooper, newly appointed Organist at Phinney Ridge Lutheran, presents music by Charles Tournemire, Maurice Durudle and more. Suggested donation of $10 benefits Plymouth Friends of Music Fund.
Friday, March 15, 8 pm Concert
Choral Arts Northwest presents "Passion and Resurrection: Music of Bach and Esenvalds." Hear Bach's sublime Easter cantata Christ lag in Todesbanden, Mozart's beloved Ave Verum Corpus and Latvian composer Eriks Esenvald's powerful Passion and Resurrection. Artistic Director Robert Bode conducts. Tickets at ChoralArtsNW.org
Friday, March 29, 12 pm Organ Recital
Organist Matthew Piel presents music of J.S. Bach, Leo Sowerby and Cesar Franck. Suggested donation of $10 benefits Plymouth Friends of Music Fund.
Music Crosses Borders
A group of 30 singers from Seattle Peace Chorus traveled to the US Southwest border through Feb. 3. Beginning in San Antonio, we will caravan west to El Paso, Tucson, San Diego and Riverside. Collaborating with local artists and choirs, we will present five concerts to benefit groups working with migrants on the border. At three points along the way, we hope to cross into Mexico and bring the gift of music wherever we can. Please hold us in your prayers as we travel during this uncertain, and opportune time to embody our theme Music Crosses Borders.– Rev. Donene BlairSubscribe