The Seattle Men’s Chorus is changing things up with this year’s holiday show set for multiple performances around Puget Sound this December. The chorus is debuting a brand new a cappella group, THE SUPERTONICS with “Jingle All The Way”. The group will serve as “musical ambassadors for the choruses, perform at community events, and connect with other LGBTQ organizations and nonprofits.”
(We’ve heard they’re doing a “Hamilton” medley for this show….)
More info and ticket links below for the six performances in Seattle (at Benaroya Hall in downtown Seattle) and two shows in Tacoma and one in Everett.
Seattle Men’s Chorus Introduces New Vocal Ensemble at Holiday Concert, Jingle All the Way
SEATTLE, WA –Seattle Men’s Chorus (SMC) rings in the holiday season with the high-spirited Jingle All the Way from December 9-23 at Benaroya Hall. For the first time since 2004, Seattle Men’s Chorus and Seattle Women’s Chorus will debut a new vocal ensemble. The Supertonics will share their tight-harmony a cappella sound for the very first time this December while sharing the stage with SMC.
Jingle All the Way is a joyful celebration that brings together beloved carols, fresh takes on holiday classics, and show-stopping dazzlers. Featuring “Silver Bells,” “Do You Hear What I Hear,” “Jingle Bell Rock” and many more moments of pure Holiday joy. Artistic Director Paul Caldwell confirms, “there will be bells, bells and more bells!” The Supertonics is directed by Nikki Blackmer. They will serve as musical ambassadors for the choruses, perform at community events, and connect with other LGBTQ organizations and nonprofits.
For close to four decades SMC has presented their unique blend of song, dance, and campy comedy to the Northwest; they have solidified their role as Seattle’s biggest Holiday extravaganza. As in years past, SMC will hold Everett and Tacoma area concerts. Details for those two concerts are online at.
For the seventh consecutive year, SMC is proud to partner with Lifelong for a Holiday Food Drive during the Seattle concerts at Benaroya Hall. All non-perishable goods will be accepted and will be used in Lifelong’s food program supporting people living with chronic illnesses, such as HIV/AIDS.
Tickets to Seattle performances are $25-$85. Tickets to the Everett performance are $25-$55. Both Seattle and Everett concert tickets are available ator over the phone at (206) 388-1400. The Seattle area box office is open Monday through Friday 11am-6pm. Tacoma concert tickets are $35 – $55 and available at .
EVERETT –Everett Civic Auditorium: Saturday
TACOMA – Rialto Theater:*
* Tickets are $35 – $55 and available at:
About Seattle Men’s Chorus/Seattle Women’s Chorus
The internationally renowned Seattle Men’s Chorus (founded 1979) and Seattle Women’s Chorus (founded 2002) comprise the largest community choral organization in North America. Both choruses stand out as the largest LGBTQ-identified men’s and women’s choruses in the world. The choruses comprise one of the Pacific Northwest’s largest, most vibrant and successful music organizations, performing in Seattle’s most prestigious venues for an annual audience of more than 30,000 patrons. Flying House Productions is the not-for-profit organization that governs and manages the Choruses. Collectively there are over 600 singing members along with staff, volunteers, and associate members who support both Choruses. They are a leading voice for the LGBTQ community and offer more than 30 outreach events and main stage concert performances annually.
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