Vintage Music for Plucked Strings
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It's here: our new holiday CD, Rejoice. Covering the spectrum from G. F. Handel to Irving Berlin, Rejoice offers a taste of our popular holiday concerts at Seattle's Ballard Library. Featuring coloratura soprano Julie Finch. Download from CDBaby or order the CD today.

Thanks to our 2013 donors for your generous gifts to the orchestra. Donations to the Seattle Mandolin Orchestra are tax deductible—and they come with benefits! Get the details.

The Seattle Mandolin Orchestra has started a youth program for children ages 6–10. Learn how you can help.

Big news: the Seattle Mandolin Orchestra has earned official 501(c)(3) status and is now a licensed nonprofit. (We've never made a profit that we're aware of, but at least now we can feel better about it.)
Jan. 2, 2014: We're sad today to announce that longtime orchestra member Eleanor Setterberg has passed away. Eleanor was with us for some 30 years. She and her husband, Don, supported the orchestra in every conceivable way—even letting us rehearse in their basement! We will miss her tremendously.

Our previous CD, Coloratura, is still available. It's a collection of Italian favorites, classical pieces, and art songs featuring soprano Julie Finch! You can order online through CD Baby, Amazon, or iTunes—or do it the old-fashioned way and send us a mail order.

Show your support for the orchestra with a T-shirt featuring our logo. Or make a tax-deductible gift and enjoy the benefits.

Did you find an old mandolin in the closet, or under the bed? Here's some advice.

Listen to our May 30, 2010 concert at Northwest Folklife Festival, streaming on the Web!

This made us laugh out loud.

To book a performance, inquire about joining the orchestra, or ask us any other questions, please call (425) 673-0263 or

We have to admit: Eddie Van Halen is one of the last people we ever thought we'd see with a Gibson mandobass. It does have a nice Hawaiian scene painted on it.

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Vintage photos courtesy of Jim Garber.