Music Notes 

December 4, 2018

“To send light into the darkness of people’s hearts — such is the duty of the artist.” —Robert Schumann

Friday, December 14, 12 pm

Hyokyoung (Hannah) Byun, Principal Organist for University Presbyterian Church, Seattle plays music including Bach and Messaien in a reflective noontime concert in Plymouth Sanctuary. Suggested donation $10 benefits Plymouth Music Friends of Fund.

Friday, December 21, 7 pm

Hear and share the longest night of the year with the bluesy, jazzy, urban sounds from Michael Powers, one of Seattle’s most legendary musicians.

Christmas Eve, 9 pm Worship (Prelude begins at 8:30 pm)

Come hear the extended prelude, Heinrich Schütz’s beautiful Christmas Story (Weinachts historie) presented by Plymouth Chancel Choir accompanied by string orchestra and organ. (5 pm Celebration Worship)

 Joyful Noise Concert

When the earth stills, and lights shine in the darkest skies, we rejoice and reflect. Music is a moving, powerful force to remind us what matters in life, what brings us joy and what connects us. Concert celebrates the hope, peace, warmth and reflection that music brings to our lives.

All are invited at 3 pm, Sunday, December 2 and 9 at Mercer Island Congregational Church or 7:30 pm, Monday, Dec. 10, in the historic sanctuary of Seattle First Baptist Church.

Advance ticket purchase now at ($20, $15 and $10), or at the door ($25, $20 and $10).  More information at

Topics: Church Life, Events



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