Sing Me to Heaven
Nov
3
7:00 PM19:00

Sing Me to Heaven

A pilgrimage through life, to rest and peace. An All Saints Day meditation on life’s journeys, featuring reSound, a Northwest Chamber Ensemble. Featured works will include Jonathon Dove’s setting of the Navajo prayer In Beauty May I Walk and Patrick Hawes’ stunning 8-movement setting of the Beatitudes, in addition to Daniel Gawthrop’s moving Sing Me to Heaven.

$15 suggested donation at the door.

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reSound! A Celebration of Local Composers, hosted by Port Gardner Bay Music Society
Sep
22
3:00 PM15:00

reSound! A Celebration of Local Composers, hosted by Port Gardner Bay Music Society

reSound is honored to be featured as Port Gardner Bay Music Society’s opening concert for their 2019-2020 Season. The concert will celebrate local composers, featuring the music our own Composer-in-Residence, Michael Austin Miller. The program will also include music by our Music Director, Dr. Stephen Marshall-Ward, and reSound member Claudia Walker.

More information is available on PGB Music Society’s site, http://www.pgbmusicsociety.com/.

Tickets are $15 general | $12 senior/military/student, available at the door or pre-ordered at Brown Paper Tickets, here: https://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/4329682.

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Annelies - Seattle
May
19
3:00 PM15:00

Annelies - Seattle

reSound, a Northwest Chamber Ensemble, is honored to present Annelies, James Whitbourn’s stunning full-length choral work with libretto compiled and translated by Melanie Challenger from Anne Frank’s The Diary of a Young Girl.

Featuring soprano soloist Stacey Mastrian, Annelies will be presented on Sunday, May 19, 2019, 3:00pm at Plymouth Church UCC, Seattle.

A portion of all ticket sales from this event will be donated to Seattle’s Holocaust Center for Humanity.

TICKETS are available now at Brown Paper Tickets for $25 if purchased online (until 12 hours before the event). Tickets will be $30 at the door. Group rates are also available.

  • Group tickets - If purchasing 10 or more tickets for this concert, use Discount Code “group” for $15 group-rate tickets.

For tickets, click on the Brown Paper Tickets link above, or visit https://resoundpresentsannelies-plymouth.bpt.me.

More information is available at www.reSoundSings.org/Annelies.

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Annelies - Bellevue
May
18
7:00 PM19:00

Annelies - Bellevue

reSound, a Northwest Chamber Ensemble, is honored to present Annelies, James Whitbourn’s stunning full-length choral work with libretto compiled and translated by Melanie Challenger from Anne Frank’s The Diary of a Young Girl.

Featuring soprano soloist Stacey Mastrian, Annelies will be presented on Saturday, May 18, 2019, 7:00pm at Temple B’nai Torah, Bellevue.

A portion of all ticket sales from this event will be donated to Seattle’s Holocaust Center for Humanity.

TICKETS are available now at Brown Paper Tickets for $25 if purchased online (until 12 hours before the event). Tickets will be $30 at the door. Group rates are also available.

  • Group tickets - If purchasing 10 or more tickets for this concert, use Discount Code “group” for $15 group-rate tickets.

For tickets, click on the Brown Paper Tickets link above, or visit https://resoundpresentsannelies-tbt.bpt.me.

More information is available at www.reSoundSings.org/Annelies.

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Annelies - Lynnwood
May
17
7:00 PM19:00

Annelies - Lynnwood

reSound, a Northwest Chamber Ensemble, is honored to present Annelies, James Whitbourn’s stunning full-length choral work with libretto compiled and translated by Melanie Challenger from Anne Frank’s The Diary of a Young Girl.

Featuring soprano soloist Stacey Mastrian, Annelies will be presented on Friday, May 17, 2019, 7:00pm at Trinity Lutheran Church, Lynnwood.

TICKETS are available now at Brown Paper Tickets for $25 if purchased online (until 12 hours before the event). Tickets will be $30 at the door. Group rates are also available.

  • Group tickets: If purchasing 10 or more tickets for this concert, use Discount Code “group” for $15 group-rate tickets.

For tickets, click on the Brown Paper Tickets link above, or visit https://resoundpresentsannelies-tlc.bpt.me.

More information is available at www.reSoundSings.org/Annelies.

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Let Justice Roll Down
Jan
27
7:00 PM19:00

Let Justice Roll Down

Duo-Organists Wanda Griffiths & Stephen Marshall-Ward with reSound, A Northwest Chamber Ensemble, Dave Beck, cello, Kyle Erickson, trumpet, Ian Alvarez, percussion, and Plymouth Youth Forum Members present Let Justice Roll Down — A Multi-Media Musical Journey to Selma and Back.

"Sometimes the only out is back through."

In April of 2017, Plymouth Church’s Youth Forum went on a life-changing trip, retracing the actual steps of the American Civil Rights Movement. Upon their return, the 10 high school aged youth and their leaders compiled their experiences into a book, Our Faith Journey through the American Civil Rights Movement. Join us as the youth and a wide variety of local musicians lead us on a moving journey toward openness, understanding, and a path toward dismantling racism through understanding white supremacy and privilege.

This event will feature Kyrie, a new 20-minute work by Stephen Marshall-Ward and Michael Austin Miller, featuring selected texts from the Plymouth Youth Forum's new book, Our Faith Journey through the American Civil Rights Movement, with significant contributions from local civil rights leaders. Taking us through the first steps of understanding, this new work shows us what we can do to begin the process toward personally dismantling white privilege, supremacy, and racism.

Presented with the support of Trinity Lutheran Church, Lynnwood, and a grant from the Edmonds Diversity Commission (City of Edmonds, Washington).

Visit www.letjusticerolldownproject.com for more information

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Let Justice Roll Down
Jan
13
2:00 PM14:00

Let Justice Roll Down

Duo-Organists Wanda Griffiths & Stephen Marshall-Ward with reSound, A Northwest Chamber Ensemble, Dave Beck, cello, Kyle Erickson, trumpet, Ian Alvarez, percussion, and Plymouth Youth Forum Members present Let Justice Roll Down — A Multi-Media Musical Journey to Selma and Back.

"Sometimes the only out is back through."

In April of 2017, Plymouth Church’s Youth Forum went on a life-changing trip, retracing the actual steps of the American Civil Rights Movement. Upon their return, the 10 high school aged youth and their leaders compiled their experiences into a book, Our Faith Journey through the American Civil Rights Movement. Join us as the youth and a wide variety of local musicians lead us on a moving journey toward openness, understanding, and a path toward dismantling racism through understanding white supremacy and privilege.

This event will feature Kyrie, a new 20-minute work by Stephen Marshall-Ward and Michael Austin Miller, featuring selected texts from the Plymouth Youth Forum's new book, Our Faith Journey through the American Civil Rights Movement, with significant contributions from local civil rights leaders. Taking us through the first steps of understanding, this new work shows us what we can do to begin the process toward personally dismantling white privilege, supremacy, and racism.

Presented with the support of All Pilgrims Christian Church, with additional funding from the Institute for Social Change through the Arts (ISCA), a ministry of All Pilgrims Christian Church.

Visit www.letjusticerolldownproject.com for more information

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Thin Places
Nov
4
7:00 PM19:00

Thin Places

According to an old Celtic saying, heaven and earth are only three feet apart, but in thin places that distance is even shorter. For the ancient Celts, they experienced that on the beautiful, wind-swept isle of Iona, now part of Scotland. Some people find their own “thin places” as they stand under the dome of stars twinkling down on them, or listen to the mighty oceans roar. Some journey at great cost to find their thin place – to Jerusalem, to Mecca, even to Stonehenge – and some stumble upon them when least expected. It is peace, though it is not always peaceful. It is where earth reaches up to the heavens, and the heavens reach down to earth. It is when humanity and the divine are closest.

Join reSound, a Northwest Chamber Ensemble on November 4th, 2018 at Trinity Lutheran Church in Lynnwood as we explore these extraordinary spiritual spaces where heaven and earth meet together through stunning music and poetry.

$15 suggested donation at the door.

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Let Justice Roll Down
Sep
30
4:00 PM16:00

Let Justice Roll Down

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Duo-Organists Wanda Griffiths & Stephen Marshall-Ward with reSound, A Northwest Chamber Ensemble, Dave Beck, cello, Kyle Erickson, trumpet, Ian Alvarez, percussion, and Plymouth Youth Forum Members present Let Justice Roll Down — A Multi-Media Musical Journey to Selma and Back with special guest speaker, Rev. Kelle Brown

"Sometimes the only out is back through."

In April of 2017, Plymouth Church’s Youth Forum went on a life-changing trip, retracing the actual steps of the American Civil Rights Movement. Upon their return, the 10 high school aged youth and their leaders compiled their experiences into a book, Our Faith Journey through the American Civil Rights Movement. Join us as the youth and a wide variety of local musicians lead us on a moving journey toward openness, understanding, and a path toward dismantling racism through understanding white supremacy and privilege.

This event will feature Kyrie, a new 20-minute work by Stephen Marshall-Ward and Michael Austin Miller, featuring selected texts from the Plymouth Youth Forum's new book, Our Faith Journey through the American Civil Rights Movement, with significant contributions from local civil rights leaders. Taking us through the first steps of understanding, this new work shows us what we can do to begin the process toward personally dismantling white privilege, supremacy, and racism.

Visit www.letjusticerolldownproject.com for more information

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Let Justice Roll Down — A Multi-Media Musical Journey to Selma and Back
Feb
11
3:00 PM15:00

Let Justice Roll Down — A Multi-Media Musical Journey to Selma and Back

Duo-Organists Wanda Griffiths & Stephen Marshall-Ward with reSound, A Northwest Chamber Ensemble, Dave Beck, cello, Kyle Erickson, trumpet, Ian Alvarez, percussion, and Plymouth Youth Forum Members present Let Justice Roll Down — A Multi-Media Musical Journey to Selma and Back.

"Sometimes the only out is back through."

Last April, Plymouth Church’s Youth Forum went on a life-changing trip, retracing the actual steps of the American Civil Rights Movement. Upon their return, the 10 high school aged youth and their leaders compiled their experiences into a book, Our Faith Journey through the American Civil Rights Movement. Join us as the youth and a wide variety of local musicians lead us on a moving journey toward openness, understanding, and a path toward dismantling racism through understanding white supremacy and privilege.

This event will feature an exciting world-premiere of Kyrie, a new 20-minute work by Stephen Marshall-Ward and Michael Austin Miller, featuring selected texts from the Plymouth Youth Forum's new book, Our Faith Journey through the American Civil Rights Movement, with significant contributions from local civil rights leaders. Taking us through the first steps of understanding, this new work shows us what we can do to begin the process toward personally dismantling white privilege, supremacy, and racism.

$15 suggested donation at the door.

EVENT CO-SPONSORS:
Plymouth Congregational Church, The Youth Forum (A Ministry of Plymouth Congregational Church), All Pilgrims Christian Church, reSound, a Northwest Chamber Ensemble, and the Institute for Social Change through the Arts

To see Plymouth Church's complete season schedule, click here. 

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Bailey-Boushay House
Dec
16
2:00 PM14:00

Bailey-Boushay House

reSound, A Northwest Chamber Ensemble will be performing on Saturday, December 16th at 2:00 PM at Bailey Boushay House.

Bailey-Boushay was founded as a way to address the housing and health care needs of people living with AIDS. Today, Bailey-Boushay continues to serve people with HIV/AIDS as well as those who need end-of-life care with conditions including cancer, ALS and Huntington's disease, among others. 

You can find out more about Bailey-Boushay House at www.bailey-boushay.org

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Reformed & Reforming, Celebrating the 500th Anniversary of the Reformation
Oct
29
7:00 PM19:00

Reformed & Reforming, Celebrating the 500th Anniversary of the Reformation

reSound, a Northwest Chamber Ensemble presents "Reformed & Reforming, celebrating the 500th Anniversary of the Reformation."

This concert will also feature Skyros String Quartet, Kyle Erickson, Trumpeter, and special musical guests Steve Thoreson, tenor, and Andrew Marshall, sound healer. This exciting event will feature the world premiere of "From Death to New Life: A Requiem Mass for the Church," by Michael Austin Miller and Stephen Marshall-Ward. A free-will offering will be taken to cover concert expenses.

Join us before the concert at 6:15 PM for the Meet the Composers’ Pre-Concert Lecture in the chapel. 

“Pre-Concert Music” provided by Dr. Norma Aamodt-Nelson (organ) and Kyle Erickson (trumpet).

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GSCC 2017 Seattle SINGS! Festival
Oct
14
6:40 PM18:40

GSCC 2017 Seattle SINGS! Festival

The Greater Seattle Choral Consortium is proud to announce our third Seattle Sings Choral Festival to be held on October 12, 13 and 14 at Seattle First Baptist Church. The GSCC is a non-profit service organization which provides advocacy, support, resource sharing, and outreach to more than sixty choruses throughout the Puget Sound region. In keeping with our mission and vision, the Consortium is proud to gather together 35 of our member choirs in a three-day event of FREE public performances.

reSound will be performing on the evening of Saturday, October 14th, from 6:40-7:00pm. Free parking will be available. 

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