May 3 – Christa Rakich, chair of the organ department at the New England Conservatory of Music, is recitalist for the annual all-Bach Flentrop organ concert. Saint Mark’s Cathedral. 7:30 pm.
May 4 – Baroque Northwest presents a program of music from 17th and 18th century France. Trinity Parish Church. 7:30 pm.
May 5 – The Adelphian Concert Choir presents its spring concert. Kilworth Chapel, UPS. 2 pm.
May 5 – The Concert Series of St. John’s Episcopal Church, Olympia, presents the Slovvinden Flute Ensemble in works by Debussy, Donizetti and others. 3 pm.
May 5 – Douglas Cleveland is featured in a recital on the Martin Pasi organ, featuring homages to several French composers, written by David Dahl. Trinity Lutheran Church, Lynnwood. 7 pm.
May 5 – Margriet Tindemans directs an open sing of songs by Hildegard of Bingen. St. James Cathedral. 7 pm.
May 6 – Note time and content change: Joining World Organ Day in celebrating the 850th anniversary of Notre Dame, Paris, Dr. Clint Kraus and organ scholar Matthew Johnson perform works by Vierne in the context of the 5:30 daily mass. St. James Cathedral.
May 7 – The Early Music Guild: Cornish College of the Arts, presents a sacred music chorale, “Amazing Grace.” Trinity Parish Church. 7:30 pm.
May 7 – The Baroque Trio Sonata performs at Seattle’s Christ Episcopal Church. 7:30 pm.
May 10, 11, 12 – International Tchaikovsky Competition gold medal winner Mayuko Kamio joins Northwest Sinfonietta in Bruch’s Violin Concerto No. 1. Performances in Seattle, Tacoma and Puyallup on successive days. www.northwestsinfonietta.org.
May 11 – The Opus 7 Vocal Ensemble performs work by Northwest composers, including John Meuhleisen. Trinity Parish Church. 7:30 pm.
May 11 – Soprano Marian Seibert joins the Medieval Women’s Chorus in an homage to Hildegard of Bingen. St. James Cathedral. 8 pm.
May 16–19 and 23–26 – The Northwest Choirs Vocalpoint, an ensemble of young adults, presents eight performances of “Breaking Hearts” at the Broadway Performance Hall. www.nwchoirs.org/concerts-and-events
May 17 – UW doctoral candidate Rose Whitmore is the Third Friday recitalist at Christ Episcopal Church, Tacoma. 12:10 pm.
May 17 – The Cathedral Trio (Brian Fairbanks, flute; Joyce Ramee, viola and Naomi Kato, harp) performs, including the premiere of Peter Hallock’s Andante for Cello and Harp. Saint Mark’s Cathedral. 7:30 pm.
May 17 – Portland organist Grant Edwards is featured in the church’s annual organ recital, with Michael Sanchez, trumpet. St. Barnabas Episcopal Church, Bainbridge Island. 7:30 pm.
May 17 – The Sacred Music Chorale presents an homage to favorite past performances. Trinity Parish Church. 7:30 pm.
May 18 – “Oh Dear! What Can the Matter Be” is the title of this Trinity Consort concert. Trinity Parish Church. 7:30 pm.
May 19 – The Early Music Guild Collegium presents the New Baroque Orchestra. Trinity Parish Church. 3 pm.
May 18 & 19 – Finnish composer Jaakko Mantyjarus is the featured composer in a Seattle Pro Musica concert with the theme, “Music of Light.” St. James Cathedral. 8 pm.
May 19 – Mary Jo Dugaw is special guest for the Master Chorus Eastside concert, “Simply Gershwin.” Kirkland Performance Center. 3 pm.
May 19 – Reknowed musician David Cherwien from Minneapolis leads a hymn festival. Queen Anne Lutheran Church. 4 pm.
May 20 – St. James Cathedral and the Seattle Chapter, American Guild of Organists, present the annual Young Organists Concert. 7:30 pm.
May 24 – Jiyoung Lee of First Lutheran Church, Bothell, performs on the historic Woodbury organ at Spanaway Lutheran Church. Note time: 2:00 pm.
May 29 – The Saint Mark’s Cathedral Choir School presents its end-of-the-year concert, with the Junior Choristers, Boys and Girls Choir and Youth Ensemble. At the cathedral. 7 p.m.
May 30 & Jun 4 – The Salish Sea Festival presents “Music by Mauro Giuliani,” with John Schneiderman , guitar, and Jeffrey Cohan, 8-keyed flute. Performances in Seattle and Tacoma and several other locales. www.salishseafestival.org
May 31 – Mark Brombaugh presents a recital on the pedal harpsichord (two large instruments used together, one above the other). Christ Episcopal Church, Tacoma. 7:30 pm.