Sponsor a Musician

Looking for a unique way to support orchestral music?  For $50 you can sponsor a musician, composer or conductor at SCO’s upcoming concert Questions & Answers.  Thanks to Shaya Lyon of the Live Music Project, it’s easy to do, and kinda fun too!  Go to https://donationdots.herokuapp.com and you will see a map of the orchestra showing all of the instruments in their usual locations, plus extra dots for the composers.
Donation Dots Website

You pick the instrument and click, and in just a few steps, you have given your support to the orchestra and its hard working musicians.  We will also add your name (if you like) to our list of donors in our program.

And, it’s tax deductible: The Seattle Collaborative Orchestra is a registered 501(c)(3) organization. We’ll send you an acknowledgment letter with our tax ID and the amount for your records.

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December Concert – Get Tickets!

Tickets are now available for our upcoming concert:

Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky
Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky
Brendan McMullen
Brendan McMullen
Lili Boulanger
Lili Boulanger
Charles Ives
Charles Ives

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to be presented on December 6, 7:30 pm at the Roosevelt High School Theater.

This concert features:

  • a unique pairing of compositions: The Unanswered Question by American Composer Charles Ives along with a world premiere performance of a work inspired by Ives, Unquestioned, by Roosevelt High and Rice University graduate Brendan McMullen.
  • the two final works of French composer Lili Boulanger: the dark, enigmatic D’un Soir Triste and the clever, vivacious and subtle D’un Matin de Printemps.
  • the big, the popular, and the somewhat controversial, 5th Symphony of Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky.

Get tickets online to enjoy this evening of musical inquiry and rejoinder!

December Concert: Questions and Answers

SCO Cellos with Walter Grey.

SCO Cellos rehearse with Walter Grey. [Erika Pierson photo]

Please join us for our first concert of the 2016-2017 season! The theme is Questions and Answers, and as usual, we feature a new work, this time by Roosevelt and Rice University graduate Brendan McMullen.

Brendan McMullenUnquestioned  (World Premiere)
Charles IvesThe Unanswered Question
Lili BoulangerD’un soir triste & D’un matin du printemps
TchaikovskySymphony No. 5

Tuesday, December 6, 2016, 7:30pm
Roosevelt High School Theater
1410 NE 66th St, Seattle WA 98115

SCO Premieres Primiani’s SIRENS on West Coast

Leanna Primiani Seattle Collaborative Orchestra performed the West Coast premiere of composer-conductor Leanna Primiani’s SIRENS for Orchestra in our November 2015 concert. In talking about this piece with Primiani’s publisher, Subito Music, Anna Edwards, SCO’s Music Director commented, “It’s been a blast for me and the musicians to work on this piece!” Based after Homer’s classic “The Odyssey,” the ten-minute work premiered in 2008 at the Nashville Symphony, led by Leonard Slatkin.

Read more about SIRENS for Orchestra and composer Leanna Primiani at Subito Music.

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.