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Joseph Adam, Cathedral Organist
César Franck Bicentennial Celebration

Organ works from St. Clotilde, Paris

St. James Cathedral Organist and Director of Music Joseph Adam continues on a year-long celebration of the 200th anniversary of the birth of César Franck and his magnificent contributions to the French organ repertoire. In this series of four recitals, Franck's major works are surveyed along with major works by his most important successors at the Basilica of St. Clotilde in Paris. This second program includes Franck's Pastorale, Prélude, Fugue et Variation, and Grand Pièce symphonique, along with the Triple Choral by Charles Tournemire, Titular Organist from 1898 to 1939.

 
Tickets:

Joseph Adam: César Franck Bicentennial Celebration – Friday, September 30, 2022 – 7:30 pm


This link will take you to the Zeffy.com ticketing site.

Suggested donation: $20.00 | students & seniors: $12.00
Pay-what-you-can tickets and an option to offer a donation greater than the suggested amount are available at the ticketing link.

The concert begins at 7:30pm and is approximately 65 minutes long with no intermission.

Doors open at 7:00pm. No reserved seating is available for this concert except for Friends of Cathedral Music donors.

While advance purchase of tickets is encouraged and greatly appreciated, tickets will be available at the door (box offices will open no later than 7:00pm). Online ticket sales will be available through the end of the concert. To purchase advance tickets with a check or cash, visit the Cathedral parish office, on the north side of Columbia Street between 9th and Terry Avenues. The parish office is open Monday-Friday from 9am-5pm.

COVID Guidelines
Proof of vaccination is no longer required for Cathedral events. The CDC and King County Public Health continue to strongly recommend you wear a mask at large indoor events. While not required, we encourage all concert attendees to wear masks while community spread continues. We ask that all audience members be respectful of each other’s choices. This policy is subject to change based on Archdiocesan, King County, and Washington State COVID guidelines and regulations.

 
More Information:

Where to Enter
There are three Cathedral entrances with box offices for concerts:

- The Marion Street/Terry Avenue entrance is at the northeast corner of the Cathedral (nearest to O'Dea parking). This entrance is accessible to those with disabilities. The restrooms are located at this entrance.

- The Columbia Street/Courtyard entrance is on the south side of the Cathedral near the Chapel. Accessible via a ramp.

- The 9th Avenue entrance is on the west side of the Cathedral. This entrance is NOT accessible to those who use a wheelchair or have other mobility issues.

Tickets and Seating
You will receive a ticket by email after your purchase on Zeffy.com. Please bring a printed or electronic copy (on smartphone or tablet) of your ticket to the concert. If you are unable to print or don't have an electronic device, we will have a list of all attendees at the entrances. You may check in at any entrance.

If you or a member of your party has a specific seating need (wheelchair, aisle seat for walker, etc.), please contact us in advance at musicoffice@stjames-cathedral.org or 206-382-4874, and we will make sure that you are accommodated.

Parking Information
- The Cabrini Garage closes at 8pm and will NOT remain open for this concert.

- Limited free parking (~65 spaces) is available in the O'Dea High School parking lot, entrances on Marion and Columbia Streets between Terry and Boren Avenues.

- Street parking is $2.50/hour (free after 8:00pm).

- Accessible parking is available on the west side of Terry Avenue, between Marion and Columbia.

- There is a small pay lot across the street from the Cathedral on 9th Avenue and a larger pay lot at 711 Madison Street. If you park at a garage in the neighborhood, be sure to check the closing time.

Public Transportation
St. James Cathedral is within a few blocks of a number of bus lines and the First Hill Streetcar. The #60 bus stops directly in front on 9th Ave. To plan your trip, visit tripplanner.kingcounty.gov (or 206-553-3000), or maps.google.com and search for Terry Ave & Marion St, Seattle.

Questions
If you have any questions, please call the Music Office at 206-382-4874, or e-mail musicoffice@stjames-cathedral.org.

804 Ninth Avenue Seattle, WA 98104 | 206-382-4874 | musicoffice@stjames-cathedral.org