Concert Venues

Our three venues are superb partners in medieval music-making

St. James Cathedral

The Medieval Women’s Choir is a Resident Ensemble at St. James Cathedral, located at Ninth and Marion in Seattle’s First Hill neighborhood overlooking downtown Seattle.

Address

804 9th Ave
Seattle, WA 98104
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Telephone: (206) 622-3559
FAX: (206) 622-5303

Directions

To reach the Cathedral take the James Street Exit from I-5 and head East (up the hill) on James Street and then take a left on 9th Avenue. The Cathedral is located two blocks north on the right-hand side.

Wheelchair access is available in the Northeast (Marion St.) and Southern (Columbia St.) vestibules of the Cathedral.

Photo by Maria Laughlin

Green Lake New Start Center

Formerly Bethany Lutheran Church, the Green Lake New Start Center serves as home base for the Medieval Women’s Choir. We attend our weekly rehearsals here, and are happy to make use of the beautiful sanctuary from time to time for concerts and events.

Address

7400 Woodlawn Ave. NE
Seattle, WA 98115
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Directions

The building is located two blocks northeast of Green Lake Dr. N between Latona and 2nd Ave. NE in the Green Lake neighborhood. There is handicapped parking available in the parking lot behind the main building, with street parking available throughout the neighborhood. The sanctuary is accessed from the Latona entrance.

Trinity Parish Church

The Medieval Women’s Choir is performing in March in Trinity Parish Church’s Great Hall, located at Eighth and James in Seattle’s First Hill neighborhood overlooking downtown Seattle.

Address

609 8th Ave
Seattle, WA 98104
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Telephone: (206) 624-5337

Directions

To reach Trinity take the James Street Exit from I-5 and head East (up the hill) on James Street, taking a left on 8th Avenue. The church is located on Southwest corner of James Street and 8th Avenue.

Parking for concerts at Trinity is located in the parking garage at Skyline at First Hill. The entrance to the garage is located on Columbia Street between 8th and 9th Avenues.

Metered parking is also available on several nearby streets.

Photo by Dale Lang