GSCC Member Organization
C/O Early Music Guild, 909 NE 43rd St, #206
Seattle, WA 98105
($150 per project/ 2 projects per season/ some scholarship funds available)
(Per project: 9-10 regular rehearsals/ Sundays 6:30-9:00pm + 1 dress rehearsal)
The Renaissance choir Sine Nomine, directed by Dr. Anne Lyman, is a Community Collegium ensemble, part of the community outreach program of the Early Music Guild (EMG) of Seattle. Founded in 2008 by conductor Gary D. Cannon and singer/manager Pamela Silimperi, Sine Nomine is a mixed-voice chamber choir specializing in the fine performance of early music, including sacred and secular works from all regions. The ensemble’s repertoire ranges from the late Medieval to the Baroque, with special emphasis on Renaissance works of the 15th and 16th centuries. Most of the participants in Sine Nomine also sing in other choruses, ranging from church choirs to semi-professional ensembles.