SCO 2015-16 Concert Season

The Seattle Collaborative Orchestra continues its innovative programming featuring new music and up-and-coming performers.  This season we will premiere works by local composer and clarinetist Angelique Poteat and by Roosevelt High graduate Brendan McMullen, present the West Coast premiere of SIRENS for Orchestra by noted composer Leanna Primiani, hear rising Soprano Marcy Stonikas and the exciting Northwest Girlchoir, and feature a performance by the winner of the first SCO Concerto Competition.

Listen to the Girls

November 18, 7:00pm
University Christian Church
Seattle, Washington
  1. Oh, Lois! by Michael Daugherty
  2. SIRENS for Orchestra by Leanna Primiani
  3. Four Last Songs by Richard Strauss featuring Soprano Marcy Stonikas
  4. Prélude à l’après-midi d’un faune by Claude Debussy
  5. Listen to the Girls by Angelique Poteat (world premiere) featuring the Northwest Girlchoir

Marcy Stonikas, Soprano, recently sang Ariadne with the Seattle Opera.

The Northwest Girlchoir, led by artistic director Sara Boos, offers girls and young women a transformational experience through music education and artistic excellence.

Let’s Get Emotional

March 22, 7:00pm
Roosevelt High School Theater
Seattle, Washington
  1. Unworkable Devices by Brendan McMullen (world premiere)
  2. D’un Soir Triste & D’un Matin de Printemps by Lili Boulanger
  3. Concerto competition winner (see below)
  4. Symphony No. 2 by Howard Hanson

Auditions for concerto competition will be for musicians within the SCO. Auditions will occur in late November and early December. More information will be available on this website at a later date.

SCO wins 2nd Place in The American Prize for 2013

The American Prize

Seattle Collaborative Orchestra earned Second Place in The American Prize in Orchestral Performance – Community Orchestras. Conductor Anna Edwards was also honored with second place in The American Prize in Conducting – Community Orchestras. More info and complete list of winners can be found at The American Prize website.

University of Washington also featured the Collaborative Orchestra’s achievements on their website.