The packed audience at McCaw Hall both listened to and sang at the Sacred Sounds of Christmas in 2013.
Already preparing for its 15th year, the Sacred Sounds of Christmas brings together nationally recognized student and faculty musicians from Seattle Pacific University.
Selling out each year, the concert features new and traditional Christmas music performed by SPU’s Concert Choir, Symphonic Wind Ensemble, Symphony Orchestra, Women’s Choir, Men's Choir, and other musicians and readers. These pictures capture the 2013 performance, onstage and behind-the-scenes.
For more information, including how to buy tickets for the December 1, 2014, event, visit the Sacred Sounds of Christmas on the web.
President's Circle members enjoyed a reception prior to the event.
Concert Choir members and other SPU musicians prepared backstage.
Longtime dirctor of the Concert Choir and Chamber Singers, David Anderson conducted at Sacred Sounds each year, including 2013.
The SPU Symphony Orchestra is open to students who are Music majors, Music minors, and nonmajors.
Director of the Symphony Orchestra Eric Hanson has been teaching and conducting for more than 40 years.
For more information on buying your tickets to the 2014 Sacred Sounds of Christmas on December 1 in McCaw Hall, visit the Sacred Sounds of Christmas on the web. You can also watch video of highlights from 2013.