Seattle Chamber Music Society’s Winter Festival
This January 18th-26th, SCMS brings you SIX exciting nights of classical music all programmed by Artistic Director James Ehnes, including one special concert featuring all six of Bach’s Brandenburg Concertos! Five of these concerts feature a FREE 30-minute recital beginning one hour prior to the concert start time.
This is Seattle, so typical concert attire is up to you. You may wear your Gortex jacket, sandals and socks and fleece, or you may opt to dress it up a bit with fancy shoes and pearls – your choice… It’s all about the music!
Some things to know are that all main concert seats are reserved, pre-concert recitals have free admission, no refunds or exchanges, children under six are not permitted, Family Concert excepted. Please call 206.283.8808 to request wheelchair or accessible seating. Don’t miss out on this experience, it’s not too late to get tickets. Buy tickets here.
If you want to make a night of it, here are some nearby amenities
Wild Ginger: 1401 Third Avenue
The Triple Door: 216 Union Street
Art Lounge: 99 Union Street
Pike Pub & Brewery: 1415 1st Avenue
Japonessa: 1400 1st Avenue
TASTE Restaurant: 1300 1st Avenue
The Brooklyn Seafood, Steak & Oyster House: 1212 2nd Avenue
Lecosho: 89 University Street
Sazerac: 1101 4th Avenue
OR maybe a coffee before hand…
Fonté Cafe and Wine Bar: 1321 First Ave
Starbucks: 200 University Street
Caffee Ladro: 108 Union Street
Gelatiamo: 1400 Third Avenue
This festival has been a hit already, so join in soon! Maybe you’ll even run into Connie herself
Concerts will take place at:
200 University Street
Seattle, WA 98101