Musica Sacra Chamber Chorale presents "A Candlelight Christmas" at Holy Rosary Catholic Church in West Seattle Dec. 7, 7:30 p.m.

UPDATE: This coming weekend-Musica Sacra Chamber Chorale Christmas Concert Dec. 7, Holy Rosary, "A Candlelight Christmas"

Musica Sacra Chamber Chorale presents A Candlelight Christmas

From Musica Sacra:

"A Candlelight Christmas" is the theme of a concert of choral music to be presented by the Musica Sacra Chamber Chorale at Holy Rosary Catholic Church, 4210 SW Genesee St., West Seattle, Friday, Dec. 7, 7:30 pm.

A candlelight procession opens to feature holiday choral music from the Renaissance through the modern day. An Advent-like atmosphere of mystery pervades the first half as segments on waiting, mystery and the mother are explored. The second half moves to more of a celebratory tone as we explore the meaning of light and end with a prayer for peace.

Composers such as as Whitacre, Caccini, Gjeilo, Forbes, and John Ferguson are featured as well as a setting of Silent Night by Stephen Paulus and the premiere of an arrangement of John Rutter’s Candlelight Carol written by Maestro Ingalls. This is a not-to- be-missed concert by one of Seattle’s premiere vocal groups.

MSCC will be partnering with the West Seattle Helpline and the West Seattle Food Bank for this concert series. Bring a hat, gloves or a scarf or 5 non-perishable food items and SAVE $5 on your ticket at the door.

Single tickets purchased in advance at our website range in price from $18 to $20.
Single tickets purchased at the door range in price from $22 to $25.
Discounted group rates of 10+ are available by email at or call:

Musica Sacra Chamber Chorale: 425.277.0809


Formed in 2011 to perform sacred music from a variety of sacred traditions in the sacred space for which it was originally intended, MSCC is a Seattle based, semi-professional chamber chorale of 12-16 elite singers. The Chorale’s secondary mission is to partner with other local non-profits in their outreach activities and to provide benefit concerts for children in need where possible.

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