Medieval Women's Choir – Music of Mirth
Eric Mentzel, Artistic Director
Despite the challenges of the past two years, the return to live performances is cause for celebration. The medieval church left
us a large, vibrant corpus of music designed to do just that, much of it focused on the miracle of Christmas, on spiritual renewal,
and on the feast days that illuminate the darkest days of the year. What better way to make merry than with a live concert?
Tickets ($30 suggested general admission or pay-what-you-will) and more info at medievalwomenschoir.org.
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In accordance with Governor Inslee's statewide indoor mask mandate,
masks are required for all patrons of this concert while they are in the Cathedral.
Per King County and Seattle requirements, please be prepared to show proof of COVID vaccination or recent (72 hours) negative test result at the door.
- Limited free parking is available in the O'Dea High School parking lot, entrances on Marion and Columbia Streets between Terry and Boren Avenues.
- Paid street parking is enforced until 8:00pm Monday-Saturday.
- Accessible parking is available on the west side of Terry Avenue, between Marion and Columbia.
- A 24-hour pay garage, Buck Parking, is located at 1123 Ninth Avenue. There is also a small pay lot across the street from the Cathedral on 9th Avenue and a larger pay lot at 711 Madison Street.
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
(or 206-553-3000), or
and search for Terry Ave & Marion St, Seattle.