This week’s featured concerts:
May 9 – 11 — Choral ensemble The Esoterics performs music inspired by forests, trees, and flowers. Hear songs from a variety of global traditions, including works that incorporate poetry from Japan, America, and ancient Rome.
May 10 — Immerse yourself in the Tudor Choir‘s soulful program of psalms, hymns, and spiritual songs. The ensemble’s performance explores the work of British composer John Rutter and also features compositions by Tudor Choir artistic director Doug Fullington.
May 10 — The members of Concert Imaginaire take the stage at Wayward Music Series for a program of new and experimental works. Led by guitarist David Hahn, this adventurous chamber ensemble performs everything from original compositions and improvisations to the Beatles and the blues.
May 11 — Local favorite Joshua Roman joins the Seattle Youth Symphony Orchestra for their final concert of the season. The cellist performs Aaron J. Kernis’ Dreamsongs with the orchestra. Works by Tchaikovsky, Wagner, and Ravel round out the afternoon program.