Music by Vivaldi & Corelli
St. James Cathedral Cantorei with Baroque Chamber Orchestra
While we in the United States generally consider Epiphany to be the end of Christmas and its twelve days, many other Christian traditions celebrate forty days of Christmas, ending with Candlemas, or the Feast of the Presentation, on February 2. We mark the end of that longer Christmas season with music of Baroque composers Antonio Vivaldi and Arcangelo Corelli. The beauty and power of the voices of St. James Cathedral Cantorei join chamber orchestra in Vivaldi's Magnificat and Gloria, and the orchestral strings sparkle in Corelli's Christmas Concerto. $30 suggested donation ($15 students & seniors) or pay what you can. Purchase of tickets in advance offers prime seating within a reserved section.
Those who purchased tickets for this concert's original date of New Year's Eve will have their tickets honored at the door. You may also request a refund if you can't make the new date.
The concert begins at 8:00pm and is approximately one hour and fifteen minutes long with no intermission. Doors open at 7:30pm. Tickets will be available at the door (box offices will open no later than 7:00pm), but seating in the reserved section is available only to those who purchase advance tickets before 3:00pm on February 5.
Concerts with reserved seating at St. James Cathedral are "Festival Seating," which guarantees you a seat, but not a specific seat, in the reserved section. Unclaimed reserved seats are opened to general seating a few minutes before each concert.
In accordance with Governor Inslee's statewide indoor mask mandate, masks are required for all patrons of this concert while they are in the Cathedral.
Proof of full COVID vaccination (ages 12+) or a negative COVID test taken no more than 72 hours prior to the performance is required to attend this concert. Masks are required for all. Socially distanced seating is not offered for this concert.
Performers are fully vaccinated. All singers and instrumentalists (as able) are masked throughout the concert.
For more information, contact the Cathedral music office at email@example.com or 206-382-4874.