Tickets for Winter Rose at Bastyr University Chapel are still available!

While inspired by a common theme, each work on our upcoming program is uniquely evocative; read our program notes to learn more. We know you will enjoy their beauty and variety as much as we do! 

Join us on December 16 at Bastyr University Chapel at 3pm or 7:30pm for beautiful performances on the theme of the winter rose - a symbol of hope in darkness.

Or join us for the full season, celebrating 45 years of choral beauty! For preferred seating and up to 30% savings, order your season subscription today. Our season includes Winter Rose, our performance of Sounds and Sweet Airs for the Seattle Celebrates Shakespeare Festival, and Sacred Ground which celebrates our relationship with the natural world. This is an anniversary season you won’t want to miss!



Winter Rose

The “winter rose” – also called the “Christmas rose” or “snow rose” – is known for blooming during the darkest days of winter in the mountains of Central Europe. Our holiday concert celebrates the light and hope symbolized by the winter rose with such favorites as Lo, how a rose e’er blooming by Praetorius and A spotless rose by Herbert Howells.

Two performances remain: 

Winter Rose at Bastyr Chapel - December 16, 2017 - 3pm and 7:30pm


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Ēriks Ešenvalds - Northern Lights

We performed Ēriks Ešenvalds' Northern Lights on NW Focus Live in the KING FM Studio on December 4, 2015.

You can enjoy more videos or hear more of our recordings on our Listen & Watch pages.