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McCaw Hall
Between 3rd Ave N and 4th Ave N 321 Mercer Street Seattle, WA 98109
206-733-9725
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17 events
7 reviews
2 stars
Don't forget to order drinks for intermission before the performance. Intermissions are plenty long enough to enjoy a glass of wine, if you avoid the long lines and order before.
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17 events
7 reviews
2 stars
I wore a silk dress. Some people get really dressed up (think prom dress), while others are very casual (think jeans). I love that this is a great opportunity to get dressed up..
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"Come Together: The Music of the Beatles"
18 ratings
4.8 average rating
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10 events
8 reviews
1 stars
attended Apr 01 2012

Didn't really know what to expect, except we love the music of the Beatles. It was terrifc, the choral group was tight and the presentation was very entertaining. The dancers added a lot to the show, great choreography.

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23 events
6 reviews
1 stars
attended Mar 31 2012

Absolutely fantastic! I wanted it to go on for another 2 hours.

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18 events
6 reviews
5 stars
attended Apr 01 2012

Pleasant concert; outstanding arrangement on "This Boy;" good and varied selection of songs; could've done without the dancers.

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Description

Embrace Beatlemania in Seattle Men’s Chorus’ spring concert Come Together. From John Lennon’s iconic “Imagine” to the trippy “Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds,”, SMC explores the music of The Beatles with over two dozen faithfully-arranged gems from the best-selling band in history. The Beatles never failed to deliver and neither will SMC as they explore the trademark mop-top hair and skinny ties of the early days; the mustaches, inscrutable uniforms, and colorful imagery from Sgt. Pepper; and the post-India mysticism, batik shirts, and peace glasses of the White Album and Abbey Road.