Celebrate! With Vicci Martinez (The Voice) & Seattle Women's Chorus
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The last date listed for Celebrate! was Friday February 8, 2013 / 8:00pm.
Currently at Benaroya Hall, S. Mark Taper Foundation Auditorium
- Full Price:
- $27.00 - $77.00
- Our Price:
- $13.50 - $38.50
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Featured review from Leigh Summers
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Wonderful venue, incredible talent. Loved it! Great seats!
After concert part could have been better organized to facilitate mingling and get to knows.
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I am sure the singing was all wonderful, but something seemed amiss with the sound system. The sound was muddy--I am sure it was not the enunciation of the singers, as I cannot imagine Dennis Coleman allowing that. Not being able to understand...continued
10 years. A decade. A multitude of memories and musical masterpieces. Bring your party hats and join Seattle Women’s Chorus (SWC) as they _Celebrate! _this stellar achievement! The Chorus will take you down memory lane with highlights from seasons past — including Chely Wright’s “Like Me,” Lesley Gore’s “You Don’t Own Me” and more — and they’ll showcase some well-known divas like Melissa Etheridge, Tracy Chapman, and others.
SWC is thrilled to welcome Tacoma native Vicci Martinez to join them on stage. You know Ms. Martinez as one of the finalists from the first season of NBC’s hit series The Voice. She’ll combine her talents with SWC for a curtain-to-curtain celebration that is sure to bring the house down!
About the Ticket Supplier: Flying House Productions
Formed in 1979, the organization has grown to house both Seattle Men’s Chorus (SMC) and Seattle Women’s Chorus (SWC). Flying House Productions (FHP), the parent company for the Choruses, is the State of Washington’s largest and most influential choral organization and ranks third among the state’s music organizations in terms of budget, audience exposure, and ensemble size.