Lullaby Project Performance

Join us for a concert of lullabies written by mothers from Mary’s Place and arranged by Seattle Symphony teaching artists. All lullabies performed by Mary’s Place participants, Seattle Symphony teaching artists and musicians.

TICKETS: Free. No RSVP required, all are welcome.

DIRECTIONS: Benaroya Hall is located in the heart of downtown Seattle, directly across Second Avenue from the Seattle Art Museum. Benaroya Hall is bounded on the north and south by Union and University streets, and on the east and west by Third and Second avenues. The entrance to Soundbridge is on the corner of Second Avenue and Union Street.


As part of Seattle Symphony’s Community Connections program the Lullaby Project offers mothers in distressed situations a unique opportunity to write a personal lullaby for their babies and children. Its broader purpose is to empower these mothers both as artists and as individuals. This project includes a creative workshop session, recording session to create a professional CD and final gathering to celebrate and sing the new songs.

For this project the Symphony has partnered with Mary’s Place, a local organization which empowers homeless women, children and families to reclaim their lives by providing shelter, nourishment, resources, healing and hope in a safe community.

Special thank you to Alyson Moon and Marty Hartman from Mary’s Place, Deidre Struck from Carnegie Hall and Ten Grands Seattle for donating roses.

This is a national program of Carnegie Hall’s Weill Music Institute.


The Seattle Symphony’s Family, School & Community programs are supported by 4Culture, the Ann and Gordon Getty Foundation, The Boeing Company, the Burlington Northern Santa Fe Foundation, The Clowes Fund, Inc., the Elizabeth McGraw Foundation, the Fales Foundation Trust, the League of American Orchestras, Richard and Francine Loeb, Kjristine Lund, the National Endowment for the Arts, New Music USA, Peach Foundation, the Peg and Rick Young Foundation, the Schiff Foundation, the Seattle Office of Arts & Culture, The Sheri and Les Biller Family Foundation, the Snoqualmie Tribe, Ten Grands Seattle, the U.S. Bank Foundation, Wells Fargo and the Wyman Youth Trust.


Dates and Tickets

  • 9 May (Sat) 2015 3:00PM

Running time

Free. No RSVP required.


Soundbridge at Benaroya Hall