The Cornish Music Series makes it possible for your donation to underwrite a series of concerts or a specific artist; you, in turn, make it possible for us to present world-class artists and emerging young talent in Seattle. It’s easier, and less expensive, than you might think. Individual gifts allow us to present the finest in jazz, chamber music, early music, and international fare on our series. They also help us to bring some of these same artists into our public schools and inspire the next generation of artists and audiences. Donate to help underwrite a concert and we’ll even arrange for you to meet the artists for dinner or drinks after the event. To find out more about how your donation can help us bring world class artists to Seattle call Iris Calpo 206-726-5064
The Cornish Music Series offers a variety of sponsorship options for businesses whether that’s a concert, a series of concerts, or our entire Series. This includes prominent corporate logo/name recognition on the Cornish Music Series website and pre-approved promotional materials including the Series program, press releases, posters, print and online advertisements, and social media, as well as complimentary tickets to series performances. To find out more about sponsorship opportunities call Iris Calpo 206-726-5064
Want to get your message in front of the thousands of people who attend our concerts and masterclasses at PONCHO Concert Hall and the Cornish Playhouse each year? Advertise in our program and get your message out while helping to support the presentation of vibrant new music in Seattle. To find out more about advertising opportunities call Megan Campbell-Miller 206.726.5112
Some of the premier artists working in jazz today pay regular visits to our stages. Recent concerts have included Bill Frisell, John Hollenbeck, Rudresh Mahanthappa, Nicole Mitchell, Dave Holland, J.D. Allen, Sheila Jordan and Sachal Vasandani.
Explore traditional to contemporary chamber music with performances by fantastic artists like Seattle Modern Orchestra, pianist Maciej Grzybowski, the Corigliano Quartet, and Trio de Kooning. Recent concerts have explored the music of Chopin, Ravel, Philip Glass, John Cage, Takemitsu, and Gabriela Lena Frank.
Broaden your horizons with concerts featuring world music traditions from around the globe. Ensemble-in-residence Gamelan Pacifica, Ostad Hossein Omoumi, Kiran Ahluwalia, and the Seattle Chinese Orchestra have been recently presented to our audiences.
Concerts featuring period instrument performances of Baroque music will transport you back in time. Acclaimed local artists Cyndia Sieden, Stephen Stubbs, Janet See are seen on stage with visiting artists such as harpsichordist Mahan Esfahani and master lutenist Thomas Boysen.
The Cornish Playhouse is located on the Seattle Center campus at 201 Mercer Street. For directions, please visit our campus map.
The Cornish Playhouse box office opens one hour prior to curtain. Tickets for all performances can be purchased in advance online using major credit cards, or at the door using cash, check or credit cards. If your tickets are being held at Will Call, please plan on picking them up at least fifteen minutes prior to show time.
There are various parking decks and paid lots near the Playhouse as well as street parking available to patrons.
The Cornish Playhouse is also easily accessible on public transportation via routes 1, 2, 3, 4, 8, 13, 29, 32, 82, 994 and RAPIDRIDE D. To access the most up to date schedule and route information, please visit King County Metro.
Seattle Center Monorail departs every 10 minutes from the Westlake Center Mall (at Fifth and Pine St) and travels to the station at Seattle Center, near the Space Needle.
Cornish is committed to ensuring that its performance venues remain accessible to all patrons. There is a accessible drop-off area along Mercer St between the Playhouse and the Phelps Center. In addition to garage parking, four on-street parking spaces on the east side of Warren Ave. N. just south of Mercer St. are designated for exclusive 24 hour use by those with Washington State disabled placards. The spaces offer convenience for both Playhouse patrons.
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PONCHO Concert Hall is located on the campus of Cornish College of the Arts in Kerry Hall at the corner of Harvard Avenue and East Roy Street in Seattle’s Capitol Hill neighborhood. For directions, please visit our campus map.
The PONCHO Concert Hall box office opens one hour prior to curtain. Tickets for all performances can be purchased in advance online using major credit cards, or at the door, cash and checks only. If your tickets are being held at Will Call, please plan on picking them up at least fifteen minutes prior to show time.
Cornish is pleased to provide free parking for all performances at PONCHO Concert Hall. Parking is located in a covered lot adjacent to Kerry Hall located at 716 Boylston Avenue East.
PONCHO Concert Hall is easily accessible on public transportation via route 49, 9 or 14. To access the most up to date schedule and route information please visit King County Metro.
Cornish is committed to ensuring that its performance venues remain accessible to all patrons. If you have any questions concerning the accessibility of PONCHO Concert Hall, please contact us.
For rental and technical information, contact: