Seattle Men's Chorus Presents Falling in Love Again at McCaw Hall
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In just eight short years, Scottish singer-songwriter Sandi Thom has sold over one million albums, been nominated for a Brit Award and won both Album of the Year at the Scottish Music Awards and the Ivor Novello Award for Excellence in Songwriting. Drawing praise from fans and critics alike (UK's The Times recently hailed Thom as "exquisite" and The Huffington Post praised her "fierce and honest" songwriting), Sandi Thom is known for her powerful, take-no-prisoners vocals and classic blues-rock sound. Now Thom's taking bringing her act to The Triple Door, hot on the heels of her latest album, Flesh and Blood, which features collaborations from The Black Crowes, The Rolling Stones' Bobby Keys and even the legendary Buffy Sainte-Marie. Learn More
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A great concert that showcased the amazing range of SMC - From the fun and irreverent Act 1 to the astonishing and emotional Act 2, this was a cultural experience that both entertains and provokes. McCaw Hall was a beautiful setting for the concert and I loved getting the seats at the discounted price!
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Check the Seattle Men’s/Women’s Chorus website for information about preconcert discussions.
This richly varied concert uses music to powerfully highlight the lives of gay men in Germany before and during the Nazi era.
Act I, Life is a Cabaret, brings to life the freewheeling high spirits of the pre-war Weimar period with outrageously entertaining music by Kurt Weill, Kander and Ebb (Cabaret), and songs made popular by German icon Marlene Dietrich.
Act II presents Jake Heggie’s For a Look or a Touch, a poignant look at two gay lovers torn apart by the Holocaust.
Starring special guest baritone Morgan Smith, staged by Intiman Theatre’s Andrew Russell, and featuring the full Men’s Chorus, this thought-provoking, ultimately uplifting musical drama is a soaring tribute to the strength of the human spirit.
Other Guest Artists
Nick Garrison, Actor
David Pichette, Actor
Spectrum Dance Theater Dance Ensemble