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June 1–7, 2020 (Past)

 

CANCELLED Concert: Across the Sea
Saturday, June 6, 2020Jun 6, 2020, 7:30pm at Church of the Holy Cross, Redmond, WA
Sunday, June 7, 2020Jun 7, 2020, 3:00pm at Eastside Bahá'í Center, Bellevue, WA

Ever since the earliest days of human civilization, the ocean has captured the imagination. What is on the other side? And how can one possibly get there? Terra australis, a new work by local composer Bronwyn Edwards, our Composer-in-Residence this season, recalls those Europeans who first ventured to her native Australia, incorporating didgeridoo into the choir. Her Leonosa recounts an actual shipping vessel that took lumber from Washington to California in the 1840s. Another local composer, Michael Austin Miller, rejoices in the ancient explorers.

Of course, not all such exchanges were peaceful: Horizons, by the South African composer Peter Louis Van Dijk, movingly tells of native life that became slaughtered by European conquerors. Jaakko Mäntyjärvi’s Canticum calamitatis maritimae vividly depicts another tragedy: the sinking of the MS Estonia during a storm at sea in 1994. But rest assured that all is not dark. For example, Benjamin Britten extols St. Cecilia, the patron saint of music, who emerged from the sea. And with much lighter fare as well—particularly Across the sea from the Wailin’ Jennys—the joys of the ocean are always near.

POSTPONED Concert: The Concert for Everett
Sunday, June 7, 2020Jun 7, 2020, 3:00pm at Everett Performing Arts Center, Everett, WA
Tickets: $20.00 or discounted tickets available for students/seniors and military

A concert that follows the history, people, and events unique to Everett from the foundations of flight and a life by the water, to famous figures, to current loves and landmarks. We will feature local artisans at the performance hall, local musicians such as Jason Webley, the Filipino Choir of St Mary Magdalen and the Tulalip Tripes on stage with the Chorale, and a rich partnership with the Everett Museum of History.

CANCELLED Concert: Endings
Sunday, June 7, 2020Jun 7, 2020, 3:00pm at Trinity Parish Episcopal Church, Seattle, WA
Tickets: General $20; Seniors and students $18

All endings bring the hope of renewal. Musical descriptions of the Last Judgment and the Archangel Michael’s final defeat the devil include works of Scheidt, Vulpius, Gumpelzhaimer, and the Sacred Harp tradition. Jonathan Dove’s thrilling cycle, The Passing of the Year, closes our season with Tennyson’s words, “Ring in the thousand years of peace!”

CANCELLED Concert: Masterworks V: Beethoven's 250th — Mass in C, Op. 86
Friday, June 5, 2020Jun 5, 2020, 7:30pm at Glendale Lutheran Church, Burien, WA
Saturday, June 6, 2020Jun 6, 2020, 7:30pm at St. Margaret's Episcopal Church, Bellevue, WA
Tickets: $15/adult, 17 & under free with adult

For the fifth concert in our Masterworks series, ChoralSounds Northwest and VocalSounds Northwest collaborate with Northwest Symphony Orchestra to celebrate 250 years of Beethoven by performing his powerful and exquisite Mass in C, Op. 86. This earlier setting of his two masses shows Beethoven’s respect for Mozart and Haydn in this genre but also displays his own unique voice that continues to astound listeners two and a half centuries later. This performance will be offered in Burien and Bellevue.

CANCELLED Concert: Northwest Sound presents its Spring Concert
Saturday, June 6, 2020Jun 6, 2020, 2:30pm at Bellevue High School Performing Arts Center -, Bellevue, WA
Saturday, June 6, 2020Jun 6, 2020, 7:00pm at Bellevue High School Performing Arts Center -, Bellevue, WA
Tickets: $25 general admission, $20 for students and seniors

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CANCELLED Concert: Rachmaninoff's Divine Liturgy — A masterpiece of Russian sacred music
Saturday, June 6, 2020Jun 6, 2020, 8:00pm at St. Mark's Cathedral, Seattle, WA
Tickets: General $25, Seniors $20, Students $5, Child 6 to 10 free

Sergei Rachmaninoff composed two major a cappella choral works—the “Divine Liturgy of St. John Chrysostom” and the “All-Night Vigil”—that displayed his Orthodox faith in a manner that was innovative and fresh. In 1910 he turned to the sacred service of his church and with amazing speed composed the monumental “Divine Liturgy.” Afterward he said, “Not for a long time have I written anything with such pleasure."

Less well-known is Rachmaninoff’s early choral work, “Concerto for Choir,” written in 1893. It was both a culmination of a great tradition and a starting point for so much of what followed in Russia. Such “concertos” were popular in the eighteenth century as additions to the Orthodox divine service.

The “Three Sacred Hymns” from the Orthodox liturgy were composed in 1983 by Alfred Schnittke. The Russian conductor Valery Polyansky had requested an a cappella work for his choir, and though at first Schnittke seemed reluctant, he apparently woke in the middle of the night and wrote down these three pieces, and handed the manuscript to Polyansky the following day. The work was only published posthumously.

Featured works:
“Divine Liturgy of St. John Chrysostom, Op. 31” by Sergei Rachmaninoff
“Concerto for Choir, The Grave and Death Could Not Hold the Mother of God” by Sergei Rachmaninoff
“Three Sacred Hymns” by Alfred Schnittke

CANCELLED Concert: A Sequestered World — Love, contemplation and ecstasy behind the cloister walls
Saturday, June 6, 2020Jun 6, 2020, 8:00pm at St. James Cathedral, Seattle, WA
Tickets: Advance:$25/Door:$30 /Students/youth:$15

Accustomed as we are to our bustling, secular lives, it can be difficult to imagine the richness of the world that developed behind the walls of the medieval cloister. Although they were under the absolute authority of the church, women there enjoyed an agency and self-direction that were hard to come by on the outside. Their most meaningful personal relationships and an often-profound spiritual renewal were tied to that community, and this autonomous life spawned religious practices and unique musical repertoires that are little-known today. Through their music, the MWC takes you behind the walls to experience the metaphysical landscape of the sequestered life.

POSTPONED Concert: Songs of Our Ancestors — Celebrating our diverse heritage through story and song
Saturday, June 6, 2020Jun 6, 2020, 7:30pm at (Venue To Be Announced)
Tickets: General $22; Youth 12 and under $12

Our spring program is inspired by the rich cultural heritage of our choir. We’ll be performing music from Europe, South America, Africa, Asia, and more as we embrace a world united by song. Join us for an intimate evening of uplifting and moving music born in the far away lands of our ancestors.

This is our most light-hearted concert of the year! Join us for a selection of memorable and fun music performed by the chorus as well as individual members.

Fundraiser: Eleventh Annual Bottles & Bytes Fundraiser Online
Saturday, June 6, 2020Jun 6, 2020, 9:00am at (Venue To Be Announced)
Tickets: Free

The current status of the COVID-19 pandemic we are moving this great community event online! We invite you to join us for our 11th annual fundraising auction--this year aptly renamed Bottles 'n Bytes. The event will be live for an entire week, from June 6–13, 2020.

There's no set time period during that week when you need to attend, and no ticket to purchase; just register online using the link provided, then tour through the site at your leisure to see the terrific items we are auctioning, along with videos, photos, and other content

Our annual Bottles 'n Bites fundraising event is crucial to the success and health of our organization and its important work in the community. For example: It supports our annual Choir of the Sound Scholarship for high school choir students, our annual Sing! Choir Camp and Choir of the Sound's amazing directors and accompanist.

We welcome you to this fun event and ask that you bid what you can and/or donate in support of our choir at the auction website, no matter how large or small that amount may be.

June 8–14, 2020 (Past)

 

CANCELLED Concert: "Unplugged" Concert — Originally scheduled for May 16
Monday, June 8, 2020Jun 8, 2020, 7:00pm at New Hope Presbyterian Church, Kent, WA
Tickets: Tickets: $5 - $15 in advance, $5 -$20 at the door

Festival seating; season ticket holders get preferred seating. Free parking. Doors typically open 20 minutes before the show.

All 270 singers of Northwest Girlchoir, grades 1-12, take the stage at Benaroya Hall to celebrate how good it is to be in, and to sing in, a community, with diverse repertoire including the Jewish hymn “Hine Ma Tov,” Joan Szymko’s anti-bulllying piece “Words,” and Baroque composer Antonio Vivaldi’s multi-movement Gloria with chamber orchestra, written for and first performed by the select girl pupils of the Venetian Ospedale. We’ll conclude with Jim Papoulis’ Juntos, in collaboration with projected photography from the artists of Youth in Focus.

Featuring Fresca, Amabile, Vivace, Amore, and Ensemble.

Ticket prices are $27 at the door; in advance, ticket prices are $22 for general admission, $20 for seniors and people with special needs, and $10 for students.

CANCELLED Concert: Light the World
Friday, June 12, 2020Jun 12, 2020, 7:30pm at Benaroya Hall, Seattle, WA
Tickets: $20, $30, $40

To close out the season, the Ensign Symphony & Chorus will be celebrating freedom, life, and light from throughout the world by highlighting music from many different lands and cultures.

POSTPONED Concert: On Stage and Screen — Fun and familiar music from our favorite movies and musicals!
Saturday, June 13, 2020Jun 13, 2020, 7:00pm at Calvary Presbyterian Church, Enumclaw, WA
Sunday, June 14, 2020Jun 14, 2020, 2:30pm at Calvary Presbyterian Church, Enumclaw, WA
Tickets: Presale tickets are $12 each. Tickets bought at the door are $15 each. 12 and under free!

Join the Cascade Foothills Chorale in a fun romp through familiar themes!

POSTPONED Concert: Songs of Our Ancestors — Celebrating our diverse heritage through story and song
Friday, June 12, 2020Jun 12, 2020, 7:30pm at Ballard First Lutheran Church, Seattle, WA
Saturday, June 13, 2020Jun 13, 2020, 7:30pm at Ballard First Lutheran Church, Seattle, WA
Tickets: General $22; Youth 12 and under $12

Our spring program is inspired by the rich cultural heritage of our choir. We’ll be performing music from Europe, South America, Africa, Asia, and more as we embrace a world united by song. Join us for an intimate evening of uplifting and moving music born in the far away lands of our ancestors.

Concert: Virtual Spring Concert
Saturday, June 13, 2020Jun 13, 2020, 12:00pm at (Venue To Be Announced)
Tickets: Free

Join us for our end of the season celebration! This virtual choir concert will feature pieces from each of our choirs: kindergartners all the way up to high school. Featuring virtual choir videos with visuals created and curated by the choristers themselves, this will be an enchanting way for us to close out the year.

Also featured in this concert: a special send-off for the Class of 2020, a virtual choir video from our SGC alums, and guest appearances from members of SYSO! We hope you can join us from wherever you are!

CANCELLED Concert: Youth Choir Festival NW 2020 with Jim Papoulis!
Saturday, June 13, 2020Jun 13, 2020, 7:30pm at Pacific Lutheran University, Tacoma, WA
Sunday, June 14, 2020Jun 14, 2020, 3:00pm at Pacific Lutheran University, Tacoma, WA
Tickets: Concert Tickets: $15 general admission / festival seating

Youth Choir Festival NW 2020
Guest Conductor: Jim Papoulis

Newly designed for all ages!
Fri-Sun, June 12-14, 2020

Youth Choir Festival Concerts
Children's Choirs: Sat, June 13, 2020, 7:00 PM
Youth Choirs: Sun, June 14, 2020, 3:00 PM
Concert tickets will be available in spring 2020.

Held on the beautiful campus of Pacific Lutheran University in Tacoma. Festival rehearsals and concerts will be in Lagerquist Concert Hall!

Advanced Youth Choirs – songwriting workshop & festival with Guest Conductor Jim Papoulis! Work with Jim to compose a new youth chorus song. Then perform it as part of our festival concert on Sunday afternoon. Concert will feature all choirs individually and combined. Open to all advanced treble & mixed voice youth choirs (approximately grades 6-12).
Fee: $325 per person - includes 2 nights lodging, six meals, two evening socials, t-shirt, all festival activities and more!

Children’s Choirs – Saturday only festival with Guest Conductor Jim Papoulis! Spend the day rehearsing with the combined choirs in preparation for a festival concert on Saturday night. Concert will feature all children’s choirs performing individually and combined. Open to elementary aged of all abilities (approximately grades K-6). Fee: $95 per person – includes Sat lunch and dinner, social activities, t-shirt, all festival activities and more!

Register online: www.youthchoirfestival.com

Fundraiser: We'll Meet Again Project
Saturday, June 13, 2020Jun 13, 2020, 9:00am at (Venue To Be Announced)
Tickets: Free

We’ll meet again. Don’t know where. Don’t know when. But until we can… the Northwest Firelight Chorale is going virtual!

For more than 15 years, The Northwest Firelight Chorale has been lifting voices, hearts, and spirits of our audiences in song. We are committed to continuing to live our mission, even and especially during a global pandemic.

Enter the “We’ll Meet Again” Project! From June 13th through the 20th, we are holding an online pledge drive to support our group’s ongoing operations combined with special outreach to residents of 10 senior living communities in the greater Seattle area.

As a direct result of COVID-19 cancellations, The Northwest Firelight Chorale has lost upwards of $50,000, well over than half of our annual operating budget. Meeting our pledge drive goal will mean that we can financially survive, and continue to create and share music during this global pandemic.

June 15–21, 2020 (Past)

 

CANCELLED Concert: Dr. Horrible's Sing-Along Blog
Saturday, June 20, 2020Jun 20, 2020, 7:00pm at Church of the Holy Cross, Redmond, WA
Tickets: $16 adults, $13 seniors & students, $40 families

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CANCELLED Concert: Motown: Dancing in the Street
Saturday, June 20, 2020Jun 20, 2020, 8:00pm at Mario Oliver McCaw Hall, Seattle, WA
Sunday, June 21, 2020Jun 21, 2020, 2:00pm at Mario Oliver McCaw Hall, Seattle, WA
Tickets: $25-$81

In the 1960s, a little record label out of Detroit released a new musical sound onto the airwaves, launching the careers of some of the most successful black artists of the 20th century and forever changing America. This concert is a celebration of the greatest hits of the Motown sound and the pop, R&B and soul music that grew in its wake.

 Audition: Auditions — Virtual, ongoing
Tuesday, June 16, 2020Jun 16, 2020, 9:00am at (Venue To Be Announced)

Auditions will consist of a submitted video (of you singing a song of your choice) with the possibility of a follow-up Zoom meeting (for vocalises, ear and sight-reading checks). Auditions are open and ongoing during this time of waiting for the return to in-person rehearsals.

June 22–28, 2020 (Past)

 

POSTPONED Concert: All-American Independence Celebration
Friday, June 26, 2020Jun 26, 2020, 7:00pm at Pickering Barn, Issaquah, WA
Tickets: Advance-$15, $12, $38 (family). At the door-$18, $15, $45 (family)

No MCE season would be complete without our popular tribute to Independence Day in Issaquah’s historic Pickering Barn, with lots of sing alongs, historical commentary, and all-American music. It’s on Friday evening this year, so come early, bring the family, and order dinner through an on-site food truck! This year’s theme: Washington state history.

Concert: MCC Scotland & Ireland Performance Tour — International Tour with the Mill Creek Chorale
Sunday, June 28, 2020Jun 28, 2020, 5:00pm at (Venue To Be Announced)
Tickets: email for package information - millcreekchorale@gmail.com

Join the Mill Creek Chorale and they visit iconic and historical sights in Scotland and Ireland, either as a singer or non-singer. Contact us for more information about the available package, provided by Sechrist Travel, and join us for the musical, experience, fun, and fellowship - June 28-July 9 with an extension to London, England, returning July 12!

CANCELLED Concert: Vivere and Seattle Metropolitan Singers — Together, We Join Our Voices
Monday, June 22, 2020Jun 22, 2020, 7:30pm at Mt. Baker Park Presbyterian Church, Seattle, WA
Tickets: $20 suggested donation

Vivere, a Slovenian women's choir traveling the United States, joins the Seattle Metropolitan Singers for a very special evening performance. Please come and and enjoy songs in both English and Slovenian.

Lecture/Class: Zooming with the Masters — Music Overcomes Adversity
Sunday, June 28, 2020Jun 28, 2020, 7:00pm at Online Event (Link in description)
Tickets: Free

Join us to learn about significant aspects of music theory and music history. Our theme is how music overcomes adversity. We hope to have two of these sessions each month through the summer. See our web page for recordings of previous sessions. Email webmaster@seattlepeacechorus.org for links for zoom.us.

CANCELLED Special Performance: The SeaChordsmen Summer Show — An Original Musical
Saturday, June 27, 2020Jun 27, 2020, 7:00pm at Shorewood High School Auditorium, Shoreline, WA
Tickets: To be determined, but likely $20 for adults, $15 for seniors and youth, and under 6 free.

An original musical set in Seattle, with songs sung in the Barbershop style. Save the date for a musical adventure!!

June 29 – July 5, 2020 (Past)

 

Audition: Virtual Auditions — Ongoing
Monday, June 29, 2020Jun 29, 2020, 9:00am at Online Event (Link in description)

Auditions are open and ongoing while we wait for a return to in-person rehearsals. We currently meet via Zoom on Tuesday evenings for singing and score study. Auditions consist of an initial, submitted recording of you singing a song of your choice; after your submission is received, you may be invited for a Zoom follow-up for range, pitch memory, and sight-reading checks.

Lecture/Class: Zooming with the Masters — Music Overcomes Adversity
Sunday, July 5, 2020Jul 5, 2020, 7:00pm at Online Event (Link in description)
Tickets: Free

Join us to learn about significant aspects of music theory and music history. Our theme is how music overcomes adversity. We hope to have two of these sessions each month through the summer. See our web page for recordings of previous sessions. Email webmaster@seattlepeacechorus.org for links for zoom.us.

July 6–12, 2020 (Past)

 

Audition: Virtual Auditions — Ongoing
Monday, July 6, 2020Jul 6, 2020, 9:00am at Online Event (Link in description)

Auditions are open and ongoing while we wait for a return to in-person rehearsals. We currently meet via Zoom on Tuesday evenings for singing and score study. Auditions consist of an initial, submitted recording of you singing a song of your choice; after your submission is received, you may be invited for a Zoom follow-up for range, pitch memory, and sight-reading checks.

Lecture/Class: Zooming with the Masters — Music Overcomes Adversity
Sunday, July 12, 2020Jul 12, 2020, 7:00pm at Online Event (Link in description)
Tickets: Free

Join us to learn about significant aspects of music theory and music history. Our theme is how music overcomes adversity. We hope to have two of these sessions each month through the summer. See our web page for recordings of previous sessions. Email webmaster@seattlepeacechorus.org for links for zoom.us.

Other: Eastside Sings Virtual Watch Party
Monday, July 6, 2020Jul 6, 2020, 7:00pm at Online Event (Link in description)
Tickets: Free

Eastside Sings has, sadly, been been postponed to July 2021 due to Covid-19 concerns. But join us online this year to preview these works with video introductions and samples from our conductors! And hopefully we'll be able to sing along with these same works in person next year!

Sing-Along: Musical Singalong on Zoom — Your favorite Broadway musicals in your own home
Sunday, July 12, 2020Jul 12, 2020, 7:00pm at Online Event (Link in description)
Tickets: Free

Missing singing lately? Magnolia Chorale is offering members and guests a singalong of your favorite Broadway musical hits. We will have a Zoom call so we can see each other. After a little warm up to dust off the pipes, we will sing along to the accompaniment. Feel free to make lots of mistakes! Since we will all be on mute we won’t get to hear your voice but we will be able to see your efforts. All singers welcome!

July 13–19, 2020 (Past)

 

Audition: Virtual Auditions — Ongoing
Monday, July 13, 2020Jul 13, 2020, 9:00am at Online Event (Link in description)

Auditions are open and ongoing while we wait for a return to in-person rehearsals. We currently meet via Zoom on Tuesday evenings for singing and score study. Auditions consist of an initial, submitted recording of you singing a song of your choice; after your submission is received, you may be invited for a Zoom follow-up for range, pitch memory, and sight-reading checks.

Lecture/Class: Zomerzang 2020 — A summer choir for those who want to experience medieval music.
Monday, July 13, 2020Jul 13, 2020, 7:00pm at Online Event (Link in description)
Tickets: Free-will offering only

Zomerzang (Dutch for summer song) is a summer choir for those who want to experience Medieval music.

For 2020, Zomerzang is going virtual and will be held via Zoom on Monday evenings.
For this special pandemic version of Zomerzang (“Zoomerzang”?) we invite all comers to join the fun. All genders, all ages, all musical specialties, all skill levels, in any location -- all are welcome to sing with us, join us on an instrument, or even just listen, if you like. There are no music-skill requirements, although basic note-reading ability is helpful.

In the Zoom sessions, all participants will be muted, so you’ll only hear yourself and whatever music comes from the director.

There is no fee for participation in Zomerzang 2020, although donations to the Medieval Women’s Choir are encouraged.

Zomerzang 2020 dates:
• Monday, July 13
• Monday, July 20
• Monday, July 27
• Monday, August 3

Zomerzang 2020 sessions will begin at 7:00 p.m. At 8:30 p.m. PDT we’ll transition to questions/discussions/social time and aim to wrap up by 9:00 p.m. PDT.

Registratants will receive a Zoom invitation and PDFs of the music via email prior to each session.

The repertoire for 2020 includes:
• Music from the Llibre Vermell de Montserrat, a late-14th-century manuscript that originates from and still resides at the monastery of Montserrat, near Barcelona, Spain.
• English repertoire, including music in honor of Thomas of Canterbury

Other: Eastside Sings Virtual Watch Party
Monday, July 13, 2020Jul 13, 2020, 7:00pm at Online Event (Link in description)
Tickets: Free

Eastside Sings has, sadly, been been postponed to July 2021 due to Covid-19 concerns. But join us online this year to preview these works with video introductions and samples from our conductors! And hopefully we'll be able to sing along with these same works in person next year!

July 20–26, 2020 (Past)

 

Audition: Virtual Auditions — Ongoing
Monday, July 20, 2020Jul 20, 2020, 9:00am at Online Event (Link in description)

Auditions are open and ongoing while we wait for a return to in-person rehearsals. We currently meet via Zoom on Tuesday evenings for singing and score study. Auditions consist of an initial, submitted recording of you singing a song of your choice; after your submission is received, you may be invited for a Zoom follow-up for range, pitch memory, and sight-reading checks.

Lecture/Class: Zomerzang 2020 — A summer choir for those who want to experience medieval music.
Monday, July 20, 2020Jul 20, 2020, 7:00pm at Online Event (Link in description)
Tickets: Free-will offering only

Zomerzang (Dutch for summer song) is a summer choir for those who want to experience Medieval music.

For 2020, Zomerzang is going virtual and will be held via Zoom on Monday evenings.
For this special pandemic version of Zomerzang (“Zoomerzang”?) we invite all comers to join the fun. All genders, all ages, all musical specialties, all skill levels, in any location -- all are welcome to sing with us, join us on an instrument, or even just listen, if you like. There are no music-skill requirements, although basic note-reading ability is helpful.

In the Zoom sessions, all participants will be muted, so you’ll only hear yourself and whatever music comes from the director.

There is no fee for participation in Zomerzang 2020, although donations to the Medieval Women’s Choir are encouraged.

Zomerzang 2020 dates:
• Monday, July 13
• Monday, July 20
• Monday, July 27
• Monday, August 3

Zomerzang 2020 sessions will begin at 7:00 p.m. At 8:30 p.m. PDT we’ll transition to questions/discussions/social time and aim to wrap up by 9:00 p.m. PDT.

Registratants will receive a Zoom invitation and PDFs of the music via email prior to each session.

The repertoire for 2020 includes:
• Music from the Llibre Vermell de Montserrat, a late-14th-century manuscript that originates from and still resides at the monastery of Montserrat, near Barcelona, Spain.
• English repertoire, including music in honor of Thomas of Canterbury

Other: Eastside Sings Virtual Watch Party
Monday, July 20, 2020Jul 20, 2020, 7:00pm at Online Event (Link in description)
Tickets: Free

Eastside Sings has, sadly, been been postponed to July 2021 due to Covid-19 concerns. But join us online this year to preview these works with video introductions and samples from our conductors! And hopefully we'll be able to sing along with these same works in person next year!

July 27 – August 2, 2020 (Past)

 

Audition: Join us for our Virtual Season - No Audition Nec — Are you Craving a Choral Experience? Join us for a virtual season - NO AUDITION NECCESSARY
Thursday, July 30, 2020Jul 30, 2020, 12:00pm at Online Event (Link in description)
Saturday, August 1, 2020Aug 1, 2020, 12:00pm at Online Event (Link in description)
Sunday, August 2, 2020Aug 2, 2020, 12:00pm at Online Event (Link in description)

Because of this stubborn pandemic singing in a choir is not option. Luckily Allison Renn, Director of the Lake Washington Singers, has come up with a creative way to keep singing together. All women singers are welcome. No audition necessary.

Here is the plan:
We are putting together a mini online holiday concert with seven to ten choir songs.

We will use video software to create a virtual choir video to create a video concert.

We will release the concert on Facebook, YouTube and/or some other platform and ask for donations from our patrons.

The goal is to start August 1st and do one or two songs a month.

Safety concerns: Because of the virus we will not be able to have any face-to-face group rehearsals. All the practicing and most of the recording will be done at your own home.
Tech concerns: Don't be intimidated. Allison, and several other “Techno-savvy” singers are here to help.
Music: Allison is choosing songs for the concert that are mostly familiar and are not too complicated - 2 or 3 part harmony.
Rehearsing: You will need to learn the songs and practice your part on your own. We will have practice tracks, recordings of each part (Soprano, Alto, etc.) for each song, available to help you. We will also plan to have a few live online sectional rehearsals throughout the fall.
Cost: In order to pay for Allison and our accompanist, Keith Ruby, we are asking for a donation of $60 for the season. If you feel that you do not have the time to learn all the songs or only want to participate in a few of them then you have the option to choose only the ones you want to sing. Instead of paying for the whole season we are asking a minimum donation of $10 per song.

More details to follow: In the next few weeks, Allison will send out a list of the songs we’ll be singing and the dates she would like the songs recorded by. She will also send out detailed information on how to make those recordings.

We would love to have you join us for this creative season. Please let us know ASAP if you are interested. Please email (president@LakeWashingtonSingers.org) if you have any questions.

Audition: Virtual Auditions — Ongoing
Monday, July 27, 2020Jul 27, 2020, 9:00am at Online Event (Link in description)

Auditions are open and ongoing while we wait for a return to in-person rehearsals. We currently meet via Zoom on Tuesday evenings for singing and score study. Auditions consist of an initial, submitted recording of you singing a song of your choice; after your submission is received, you may be invited for a Zoom follow-up for range, pitch memory, and sight-reading checks.

Lecture/Class: Emerald Choral Academy: Vocal Anatomy 101
Tuesday, July 28, 2020Jul 28, 2020, 2:00pm at Online Event (Link in description)
Tickets: Free-will offering only

Get to know your instrument in deeper detail with this straightforward overview of vocal anatomy. Holly will walk you though the basic structure and function of the various moving parts of the human voice. Topics will include the primary muscles and mechanics of breathing and the structure of the larynx and the vocal tract. We'll talk about how each part of the instrument functions and relates to vocal production. As a bonus, we may even dispel a few myths along the way!

Lecture/Class: Zomerzang 2020 — A summer choir for those who want to experience medieval music.
Monday, July 27, 2020Jul 27, 2020, 7:00pm at Online Event (Link in description)
Tickets: Free-will offering only

Zomerzang (Dutch for summer song) is a summer choir for those who want to experience Medieval music.

For 2020, Zomerzang is going virtual and will be held via Zoom on Monday evenings.
For this special pandemic version of Zomerzang (“Zoomerzang”?) we invite all comers to join the fun. All genders, all ages, all musical specialties, all skill levels, in any location -- all are welcome to sing with us, join us on an instrument, or even just listen, if you like. There are no music-skill requirements, although basic note-reading ability is helpful.

In the Zoom sessions, all participants will be muted, so you’ll only hear yourself and whatever music comes from the director.

There is no fee for participation in Zomerzang 2020, although donations to the Medieval Women’s Choir are encouraged.

Zomerzang 2020 dates:
• Monday, July 13
• Monday, July 20
• Monday, July 27
• Monday, August 3

Zomerzang 2020 sessions will begin at 7:00 p.m. At 8:30 p.m. PDT we’ll transition to questions/discussions/social time and aim to wrap up by 9:00 p.m. PDT.

Registratants will receive a Zoom invitation and PDFs of the music via email prior to each session.

The repertoire for 2020 includes:
• Music from the Llibre Vermell de Montserrat, a late-14th-century manuscript that originates from and still resides at the monastery of Montserrat, near Barcelona, Spain.
• English repertoire, including music in honor of Thomas of Canterbury

Other: Eastside Sings Virtual Watch Party
Monday, July 27, 2020Jul 27, 2020, 7:00pm at Online Event (Link in description)
Tickets: Free

Eastside Sings has, sadly, been been postponed to July 2021 due to Covid-19 concerns. But join us online this year to preview these works with video introductions and samples from our conductors! And hopefully we'll be able to sing along with these same works in person next year!

August 3–9, 2020 (Past)

 

For experienced musicians entering grades 6 through 12. ​
Sun-Sat, August 9-15, 2020
Camp concludes with a Family Concert on Saturday morning.

2020 Camp Theme: ​"Let the games begin!"
Choir Camp OLYMPICS 2020
​Citius, Altius, Fortius (faster, higher, stronger)

Join us for our 10th Anniversary in 2020! Step back in time to ancient Greece and the first Olympic Games! Start planning as cabins become the Greek City-States, competing in traditional (& creative, new) Olympic sports to see who will win the gold, silver and bronze! We will even have a toga party!

Do you love to sing?
​Then here’s the opportunity for you! Imagine yourself spending a week in the sun, hanging out with other young musicians, and singing to your heart’s content! Founded in 2010, Northwest Choir Camps is committed to offering you the best-ever summer camp experience. You will be challenged to become a better musician within a relaxed summer camp atmosphere. Our festivals and summer camps draw an outstanding group of young people who are dedicated to working hard to create something beautiful. Join us for a week to remember! Previous music experience and a love of singing are necessary.

2020 Honor Choir Summer Camp includes:
- Intense daily rehearsals focusing on challenging and rewarding repertoire.
- Musical and personal growth: strengthen your choral skills while in the company of other young like-minded musicians.
- Family concert at end of the week to showcase the music we have learned.
- Daily music class intensives. Each camper will attend two of the following classes daily: beginning music theory, intermediate music theory, advanced music theory, music analysis, ear training, music history, rhythm workshop, conducting.
- Daily cabin competitions - relays, messy challenges, team building projects and more.
- A dedicated staff of experienced choral musicians (even the counselors!).
- Afternoon free time to spend in traditional camp activities of your choice: arts & crafts, swimming in the outdoor heated pool, high ropes course, climbing tower, miniature golf, canoeing, mountain boarding and archery/BB guns. (all arts & crafts and at least one pool day are included in camp tuition, all other special activities require additional fee)
- Overnight lodging – comfortable, modern cabins housing 6-12 per cabin (boys and girls housed separately).
- Cafeteria style meals provided by professional camp cooks - vegetarian, dairy free and gluten free options available on request. The camp kitchen is nut free. Campers with extreme food needs may bring supplemental food.
- Camp T-shirt and all music for you to keep.
- Nightly social activities with hearty snack provided - Movie night, Skit night, Talent Show, Bonfire and more!

Register online.

Audition: Join us for our Virtual Season - No Audition Nec — Are you Craving a Choral Experience? Join us for a virtual season - NO AUDITION NECCESSARY
Monday, August 3, 2020Aug 3, 2020, 12:00pm at Online Event (Link in description)
Tuesday, August 4, 2020Aug 4, 2020, 12:00pm at Online Event (Link in description)
Wednesday, August 5, 2020Aug 5, 2020, 12:00pm at Online Event (Link in description)
Thursday, August 6, 2020Aug 6, 2020, 12:00pm at Online Event (Link in description)
Friday, August 7, 2020Aug 7, 2020, 12:00pm at Online Event (Link in description)

Because of this stubborn pandemic singing in a choir is not option. Luckily Allison Renn, Director of the Lake Washington Singers, has come up with a creative way to keep singing together. All women singers are welcome. No audition necessary.

Here is the plan:
We are putting together a mini online holiday concert with seven to ten choir songs.

We will use video software to create a virtual choir video to create a video concert.

We will release the concert on Facebook, YouTube and/or some other platform and ask for donations from our patrons.

The goal is to start August 1st and do one or two songs a month.

Safety concerns: Because of the virus we will not be able to have any face-to-face group rehearsals. All the practicing and most of the recording will be done at your own home.
Tech concerns: Don't be intimidated. Allison, and several other “Techno-savvy” singers are here to help.
Music: Allison is choosing songs for the concert that are mostly familiar and are not too complicated - 2 or 3 part harmony.
Rehearsing: You will need to learn the songs and practice your part on your own. We will have practice tracks, recordings of each part (Soprano, Alto, etc.) for each song, available to help you. We will also plan to have a few live online sectional rehearsals throughout the fall.
Cost: In order to pay for Allison and our accompanist, Keith Ruby, we are asking for a donation of $60 for the season. If you feel that you do not have the time to learn all the songs or only want to participate in a few of them then you have the option to choose only the ones you want to sing. Instead of paying for the whole season we are asking a minimum donation of $10 per song.

More details to follow: In the next few weeks, Allison will send out a list of the songs we’ll be singing and the dates she would like the songs recorded by. She will also send out detailed information on how to make those recordings.

We would love to have you join us for this creative season. Please let us know ASAP if you are interested. Please email (president@LakeWashingtonSingers.org) if you have any questions.

Audition: Virtual Auditions — Ongoing
Monday, August 3, 2020Aug 3, 2020, 9:00am at Online Event (Link in description)

Join a fun and friendly group of dedicated musicians in a varied and exciting program for an upcoming season. Beginning September 8, we will meet and rehearse via Zoom on Tuesday evenings at 7:00 pm. Members are expected to commit to participate in all scheduled concerts, practice music that we are currently preparing, and contribute to the work and financial health of the choir. When in-person rehearsals resume, they will take place on Tuesday evenings, 7:15-9:30 pm, at St. Catherine of Siena Catholic Church in the Maple Leaf district (north of the University of Washington). You can read our reopening policy here: https://seattlebachchoir.org/2020/05/19/when-well-sing-again/.

Lecture/Class: Zomerzang 2020 — A summer choir for those who want to experience medieval music.
Monday, August 3, 2020Aug 3, 2020, 7:00pm at Online Event (Link in description)
Tickets: Free-will offering only

Zomerzang (Dutch for summer song) is a summer choir for those who want to experience Medieval music.

For 2020, Zomerzang is going virtual and will be held via Zoom on Monday evenings.
For this special pandemic version of Zomerzang (“Zoomerzang”?) we invite all comers to join the fun. All genders, all ages, all musical specialties, all skill levels, in any location -- all are welcome to sing with us, join us on an instrument, or even just listen, if you like. There are no music-skill requirements, although basic note-reading ability is helpful.

In the Zoom sessions, all participants will be muted, so you’ll only hear yourself and whatever music comes from the director.

There is no fee for participation in Zomerzang 2020, although donations to the Medieval Women’s Choir are encouraged.

Zomerzang 2020 dates:
• Monday, July 13
• Monday, July 20
• Monday, July 27
• Monday, August 3

Zomerzang 2020 sessions will begin at 7:00 p.m. At 8:30 p.m. PDT we’ll transition to questions/discussions/social time and aim to wrap up by 9:00 p.m. PDT.

Registratants will receive a Zoom invitation and PDFs of the music via email prior to each session.

The repertoire for 2020 includes:
• Music from the Llibre Vermell de Montserrat, a late-14th-century manuscript that originates from and still resides at the monastery of Montserrat, near Barcelona, Spain.
• English repertoire, including music in honor of Thomas of Canterbury

August 10–16, 2020 (Past)

 

Audition: Virtual Auditions — Ongoing
Monday, August 10, 2020Aug 10, 2020, 9:00am at Online Event (Link in description)

Join a fun and friendly group of dedicated musicians in a varied and exciting program for an upcoming season. Beginning September 8, we will meet and rehearse via Zoom on Tuesday evenings at 7:00 pm. Members are expected to commit to participate in all scheduled concerts, practice music that we are currently preparing, and contribute to the work and financial health of the choir. When in-person rehearsals resume, they will take place on Tuesday evenings, 7:15-9:30 pm, at St. Catherine of Siena Catholic Church in the Maple Leaf district (north of the University of Washington). You can read our reopening policy here: https://seattlebachchoir.org/2020/05/19/when-well-sing-again/.

Lecture/Class: Vocal Anatomy 102 — Breathing & Alignment
Tuesday, August 11, 2020Aug 11, 2020, 2:00pm at Online Event (Link in description)
Tickets: Free-will offering only

Examine the structures and mechanics of breathing and breath management while exploring alignment and posture. We will look at the physiology and physics involved in breathing as well as a few cross-body connections that might not be immediately apparent, but can affect our ease and efficiency of breathing, especially as choral singers. We will consider the concepts of posture and alignment and how they affect our use of breath and ease of vocal production. Expect some nerdy science-speak AND a few practical exercises for further exploration!

Please go to: www.emeraldensemble.org/eca to register!

August 17–23, 2020 (Past)

 

Audition: Virtual Auditions — Ongoing
Monday, August 17, 2020Aug 17, 2020, 9:00am at Online Event (Link in description)

Join a fun and friendly group of dedicated musicians in a varied and exciting program for an upcoming season. Beginning September 8, we will meet and rehearse via Zoom on Tuesday evenings at 7:00 pm. Members are expected to commit to participate in all scheduled concerts, practice music that we are currently preparing, and contribute to the work and financial health of the choir. When in-person rehearsals resume, they will take place on Tuesday evenings, 7:15-9:30 pm, at St. Catherine of Siena Catholic Church in the Maple Leaf district (north of the University of Washington). You can read our reopening policy here: https://seattlebachchoir.org/2020/05/19/when-well-sing-again/.

August 24–30, 2020 (Past)

 

CANCELLED Concert: 2020 Concert
Saturday, August 29, 2020Aug 29, 2020, 7:00pm at St. Margaret's Episcopal Church, Bellevue, WA
Tickets: Free-will offering only

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Audition: Virtual Auditions — Ongoing
Monday, August 24, 2020Aug 24, 2020, 9:00am at Online Event (Link in description)

Join a fun and friendly group of dedicated musicians in a varied and exciting program for an upcoming season. Beginning September 8, we will meet and rehearse via Zoom on Tuesday evenings at 7:00 pm. Members are expected to commit to participate in all scheduled concerts, practice music that we are currently preparing, and contribute to the work and financial health of the choir. When in-person rehearsals resume, they will take place on Tuesday evenings, 7:15-9:30 pm, at St. Catherine of Siena Catholic Church in the Maple Leaf district (north of the University of Washington). You can read our reopening policy here: https://seattlebachchoir.org/2020/05/19/when-well-sing-again/.

August 31 – September 6, 2020 (Past)

 

Audition: Virtual Auditions — Ongoing
Monday, August 31, 2020Aug 31, 2020, 9:00am at Online Event (Link in description)

Join a fun and friendly group of dedicated musicians in a varied and exciting program for an upcoming season. Beginning September 8, we will meet and rehearse via Zoom on Tuesday evenings at 7:00 pm. Members are expected to commit to participate in all scheduled concerts, practice music that we are currently preparing, and contribute to the work and financial health of the choir. When in-person rehearsals resume, they will take place on Tuesday evenings, 7:15-9:30 pm, at St. Catherine of Siena Catholic Church in the Maple Leaf district (north of the University of Washington). You can read our reopening policy here: https://seattlebachchoir.org/2020/05/19/when-well-sing-again/.

Lecture/Class: Practical Score Markings — with Gary D. Cannon
Thursday, September 3, 2020Sep 3, 2020, 6:00pm at Online Event (Link in description)
Tickets: Free-will offering only

We've all sat through a rehearsal when the conductor mostly reviews material from previous weeks. With an improved system of marking your scores, you'll be able to improve your self-reliance as a choral singer. Various methods will be discussed to quickly notate elements such as rhythm, pitch, language, dynamics, phrasing, and ensemble. Bring your sharpened pencil! Please register at: https://www.emeraldensemble.org/eca/

Other: KCC is on hiatus for Fall 2020 Season
Sunday, September 6, 2020Sep 6, 2020, 12:00pm at (Venue To Be Announced)
Tickets: Free

Kitsap Community Chorale is on hiatus for the Fall 2020 season, due to COIVD-19 restrictions.

The Board will reassess in December 2020 to see if Spring Season will begin.

Special Performance: Hues: Virtual Summer 2020 — Virtual Concert: September 5, 2020
Saturday, September 5, 2020Sep 5, 2020, 12:00pm at Online Event (Link in description)
Tickets: Free-will offering only

We are shifting our sadness of not being able to come together in concert, to a virtual summer season! We are so excited to make beautiful music for you. This will also allow us to reach beyond our immediate community!

Digital editing goes above and beyond typical hours and without our ticket sales this year, we are relying on donations to help us continue to pay our talented and amazing staff! Donations can be made here: https://www.wellspringensemble.org/donate

We will be releasing our first video of 4 on August 8th and our final video on September 5th. Please enjoy the videos, share them, and subscribe to our youtube channel! https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCsmoK4zFZzpYnM2yEhJBcUQ

September 7–13, 2020 (Past)

 

Concert: The High Holy Days: — Music of Awe in Uncertain Times
Sunday, September 13, 2020Sep 13, 2020, 2:15pm at Online Event (Link in description)
Tickets: Free

We are all very excited to share our first ever virtual concert with you this Sunday, September 13th at 2:15 PM on the Seattle Jewish Chorale YouTube channel. Please subscribe!

As soon as our video is ready later this week, we will update our Facebook event (our event link) and we will send another reminder with the link to the YouTube premiere on Sunday morning, a few hours before the anticipated event. Please look out for this message where you will be able to click on the link and watch the event live at the scheduled time.

The concert program includes: Avinu Malkeinu, Kol Nidre, Kaddish Shaleim, and Heal Us Now.

We are a diverse group of about 30 voices and we worked very hard this summer to make this virtual concert a reality. We are proud of the results and look forward to sharing this event with you!

If you wish to support us during these difficult times, please do so on the following link: Donate here!

Audition: New member interviews for September 14 start — Boys and girls, grades 2-12, Zoom interviews by appointment
Tuesday, September 8, 2020Sep 8, 2020, 4:30pm at Online Event (Link in description)
Wednesday, September 9, 2020Sep 9, 2020, 4:30pm at Online Event (Link in description)
Thursday, September 10, 2020Sep 10, 2020, 4:30pm at Online Event (Link in description)
Friday, September 11, 2020Sep 11, 2020, 4:30pm at Online Event (Link in description)
Saturday, September 12, 2020Sep 12, 2020, 2:00pm at Online Event (Link in description)

Applicants and parents will be invited to 'Zoom' with Artistic Director, Leora Schwitters for about 15 minutes for fun assessments and Q &A. See the web page for details. Appointments can be made T-Sat. between Sep. 8 and Sep.

Audition: Offbeats Vocal Jazz Auditions for Virtual Season — Offbeats Vocal Jazz Auditions for Virtual Season
Saturday, September 12, 2020Sep 12, 2020, 12:00pm at Online Event (Link in description)

The Offbeats Vocal Jazz Ensemble is auditioning female and male voices.

September 14–20, 2020 (Past)

 

Audition: Offbeats Vocal Jazz Auditions for Virtual Season — Offbeats Vocal Jazz Auditions for Virtual Season
Tuesday, September 15, 2020Sep 15, 2020, 12:00pm at Online Event (Link in description)

The Offbeats Vocal Jazz Ensemble is auditioning female and male voices.

Lecture/Class: Fall quarter -- online courses will be available
Tuesday, September 15, 2020Sep 15, 2020, 7:00pm at Online Event (Link in description)
Tickets: http://www.snocoyouthchorus.org

Classes to be announced visit website

Other: Registration is open! — Join BYC for the 2020-21 virtual season
Monday, September 14, 2020Sep 14, 2020, 4:45pm at Online Event (Link in description)
Tickets: Tuition $75-$100 monthly

BYC is reinventing music education with two online workshops! Musicianship Training, for third grade and older, will be one weekly class, taught by the intrepid duo of Nicholas Gorne and Nathan Shiu, and will focus on preparing thoughtful and independent musicians. Musicianship skills such as solfège, takadimi rhythms, scales, modes, and sight-reading will provide the foundation for more confident music-making.

Music Beyond, open to all, will be one weekly workshop, taught by a rotating cast of guest artists and musicians, and will focus on a new vocal music topic each month. Some ideas for topics include Musical Theatre, Jazz, Gospel - and so much more. We look forward to learning with you!

September 21–27, 2020 (Past)

 

Audition: Offbeats Vocal Jazz Auditions for Virtual Season — Offbeats Vocal Jazz Auditions for Virtual Season
Tuesday, September 22, 2020Sep 22, 2020, 12:00pm at Online Event (Link in description)

The Offbeats Vocal Jazz Ensemble is auditioning female and male voices.

Lecture/Class: Survival Tactics for Long Seated Rehearsals — with Melissa Plagemann
Thursday, September 24, 2020Sep 24, 2020, 4:00pm at Online Event (Link in description)
Tickets: Free-will offering only

Most choirs, for better or worse, rehearse for two hours or longer, and usually the singers are seated most of the time. This places special physical demands on the body, the voice, and the mind. This webinar will help you to navigate those challenges, especially as pertains to breathing, but also posture, vocal rest, and hydration.

Lecture/Class: Together Alone with William Byrd — English Renaissance Polyphony
Thursday, September 24, 2020Sep 24, 2020, 7:00pm at Online Event (Link in description)
Tickets: Participation fee is $80.00 (check/Paypal/credit card). Some scholarship funds are available.

Singers will meet over 5 weeks to learn about the music, history and culture surrounding the recusant world of William Byrd, focusing on parts of Byrd's 'Mass for Four Voices' as well as music by Morley, Tallis, Wilbye, et al. Resources provided are .pdf scores, pre-recorded audio & video lessons, weekly Zoom meetings, a reference recording of all pieces, and an opportunity to observe live rehearsals taking place in conjunction with the remote track. A final performance will be offered on Sun., Oct. 25th at 3pm, as a curated discussion led by director Anne Lyman, with recorded performances and a slide show, available for later viewing on our YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCBUxcOS3Ju8vCX1db3kcccg.

Register at: https://forms.gle/pRfaKjpCExUH3x7P8. Payment options are listed.

September 28 – October 4, 2020 (Past)

 

Sing-Along: Pop Music Singalong — Free Public Event
Sunday, October 4, 2020Oct 4, 2020, 7:00pm at Online Event (Link in description)
Tickets: Free-will offering only

All together now! Magnolia Chorale presents a Pop Music Singalong, free and open to the public. We will have an evening of singing along to some of our greatest pop tunes written for choir. The Beatles, ABBA, Stand By Me, and many more. You'll sing on mute, but we will all feel the energy in the Zoom room! Visit www.magnoliachorale.org to register and have the Zoom link emailed to you.

October 12–18, 2020 (Past)

 

Lecture/Class: A Singer's Introduction to the International Phone — with Michael Bennett
Monday, October 12, 2020Oct 12, 2020, 6:00pm at Online Event (Link in description)
Tickets: Free-will offering only

In the 1880s, a group of linguists devised the International Phonetic Alphabet, a scientific system of writing the sounds for any verbal language. Today singers across the world use the symbols of IPA to refine their diction and to help them remember what sounds to make in the first place. In this presentation you'll use familiar texts in English and Latin to learn the most commonly encountered vowels and consonants. Please register at: https://www.emeraldensemble.org/eca/

October 19–25, 2020 (Past)

 

Concert: Freedom Rings — Get out the vote!
Saturday, October 24, 2020Oct 24, 2020, 6:00pm at Online Event (Link in description)
Sunday, October 25, 2020Oct 25, 2020, 6:00pm at Online Event (Link in description)
Tickets: Free

Seattle Peace Chorus presents our Fall 2020 virtual concert, featuring "The Storm Is Passing Over" arranged by Kent Stevenson, "Let America Be America Again" with lyrics by Langston Hughes, composed by Frederick N. West, and more songs of freedom and justice. Guests include Rev. Dr. Kelle Brown, Jason Turner, Sondra Segundo, Chris Daigre, Shades of Praise Choir. Conducted by Fred West and Kenya Leger. Join us at https://seattlepeacechorus.org before concert time and we will direct you to our live stream.

Concert: October virtual mini-concert
Friday, October 23, 2020Oct 23, 2020, 7:00pm at Online Event (Link in description)
Tickets: Digital tickets will be available through Anywhereseat, price has not been set yet

A virtual mini-concert of two to three pieces plus a sing along on Venmo as the finale to our virtual auction October 19-23. The link will be made available when ready.

October 26 – November 1, 2020 (Past)

 

Concert: Virtual Celebration of the Finnish Sauna — Virtual Celebration of the Finnish Sauna-through songs and stories
Sunday, November 1, 2020Nov 1, 2020, 2:00pm at Nordic Museum, Seattle, WA
Tickets: Free

In partnership with the National Nordic Museum, the Finnish Choral Society of Seattle presents the 44th annual Kalevala Day Celebration with a tribute to the Finnish sauna! This virtual event will feature Finnish choral songs, kantele music, folk dance, sauna stories, folklore, and more in honor of this quintessentially Finnish tradition.
Cost: Free; please RSVP to the Nordic Museum to get the YouTube link for the celebration. The link will be sent to you closer to the event date.

Lecture/Class: The Singer's Guide to the Aging Voice — with Scott Kovacs
Thursday, October 29, 2020Oct 29, 2020, 2:00pm at Online Event (Link in description)
Tickets: Free-will offering only

A practical overview with some helpful strategies for approaching changes to the human voice as we age. Singers will leave with some helpful excersizes to help maintain and improve the strength and flexability of the voice. Bring a straw and a bottle of water!

November 2–8, 2020 (Past)

 

A lot of great music as the Sound Singers walk into a new decade of friendship through music. Special guests include The Market Street Singers. And, as always, they will have their famous Japanese bake sale!

November 9–15, 2020 (Past)

 

Concert: Coming Home: Encore Performance!
Sunday, November 15, 2020Nov 15, 2020, 2:00pm at Online Event (Link in description)
Tickets: $5.00 per household

Due to popular demand, MCE's virtual mini-concert, "Coming Home," will be re-aired online on Sunday November 15. This 20-minute mini-concert, which includes three performance pieces and a virtual sing along, can be viewed any time and multiple times between 2:00 and 5:00 PM PST.

Concert: Together Alone with William Byrd — English Renaissance Polyphony
Sunday, November 15, 2020Nov 15, 2020, 3:00pm at Online Event (Link in description)
Tickets: Free, w/free-will donations: via 'Donate' or 'Support' for 'Sine Nomine' at earlymusicseattle.org/

Sine Nomine is opening its 2020-2021 concert season with a virtual performance of English Renaissance music composed for small spaces and intimate settings. Singers have met over five weeks to learn about the music, history, and culture surrounding the recusant world of William Byrd. Our concert premiere will feature parts of Byrd's 'Mass for Four Voices' as well as music by Morley, Tallis, Wilbye, and others. You will hear pre-recorded performances by our singers, view some singer testimonials, and even have the opportunity to sing-along yourself! There will be introductory comments by director Anne Lyman and an ongoing chat conversation during the concert.

Access our concert invitation by Director Anne Lyman, and subscribe/ bookmark our Sine Nomine YouTube channel Home page, which is where the concert link will appear a few days before Nov 15th: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCBUxcOS3Ju8vCX1db3kcccg

-- NOTE: The concert date was changed from Oct 25th to Nov 15th.

Lecture/Class: Striving for Diversity in Choir — Free Public Event
Sunday, November 15, 2020Nov 15, 2020, 7:00pm at Online Event (Link in description)
Tickets: Free-will offering only

In our music-making, we need to widen our circle to be more inclusive, more accepting and more adventurous. We need to include a diversity of repertoire and a diversity of people in order to fully recognize our potential of who we can become. How do we address this call to be better singers, better communicators, better citizens? Join this free, public event by Magnolia Chorale to engage in this important conversation. Starting November 1, register at www.magnoliachorale.org to have the Zoom link emailed to you.

November 16–22, 2020 (Past)

 

Concert: “…hunted and persecuted on every side…” — THE MAYFLOWER VOYAGE AND RELIGIOUS INTOLERANCE
Sunday, November 22, 2020Nov 22, 2020, 3:00pm at Online Event (Link in description)
Tickets: $10, includes viewing from Nov. 22, 3:00pm Pacific, through Dec. 31

Wars, crusades, forced conversions, and exclusionary laws impact every aspect of life, musical work included. To mark the 400th Anniversary of the voyage of the Mayflower, we contemplate religious intolerance throughout history. Music from 17th-century psalters weaves together works of Encina, Eccard, Rossi, Byrd, and Cozzolani. With special guest, Rev. Terry Kyllo, Executive Director of Paths to Understanding.

Concert: Behind the Veil — The Hidden Talents of the Medieval Women’s Choir
Saturday, November 21, 2020Nov 21, 2020, 7:00pm at Online Event (Link in description)
Tickets: $12.00 per family

In our first-ever online performance, members of the choir showcase their “hidden” talents for our audience.

Like many musical organizations, our members have numerous talents and accomplishments that generally remain unknown to our audience at large. They are writers, artists, instrumentalists, singers and scholars, and they enrich our community in any number of ways beyond their appearances with the choir. Since the pandemic keeps us from meeting in person with you, and with each other, we thought this would be a good time to step out from behind the veil, and display some of the secret talents of our members. This exclusive online presentation features excerpts from literary works and performances of music from medieval to McCartney, hosted by Artistic Director Eric Mentzel.
Contributing artists include Mary Lynne Evans, Sophia Smith, Dinnen Cleary, Bill McJohn, Ellen Seibert, Candace Robb, Basha Osinski, Alice Boatright, Wendy Joseph, Erika Chang, Mary Ann Hagan, Marian Seibert, Sally Mitchell, and Michael LaGaly, all supported by videographer Ailisa Newhall, sound engineer Kevin Wyatt-Stone, and produced by the MWC’s Artistic Director, Eric Mentzel.

Concert: Cora Voce Encore Performance: — Stars Tonight
Saturday, November 21, 2020Nov 21, 2020, 7:30pm at Online Event (Link in description)
Tickets: Free-will offering only

This concert includes our favorite selections from from the archives of our holiday recordings. Find Cora Voce Encore Performances on our web site, CoraVoce.org and on Facebook and YouTube.

Other: Choral Trivia — Free Public Event
Sunday, November 22, 2020Nov 22, 2020, 7:00pm at Online Event (Link in description)
Tickets: Free-will offering only

How well do you know choir music? This will be a fun, interactive evening where you will get to show off what you know (or recognize that there is so much more to learn!) Join Magnolia Chorale for this free night of trivia fun. Register after November 8 at www.magnoliachorale.org to have the Zoom link emailed to you.

November 23–29, 2020 (Past)

 

Concert: The Sea — Shapenote in Great Waters
Saturday, November 28, 2020Nov 28, 2020, 7:00pm at Online Event (Link in description)
Tickets: Free-will offering only

THE SEA: Shapenote in Great Waters
For our first choral destination, Radiance travels to Seattle's constant companion: the sea. William Billings's epic Euroclydon anchors a program of classic American folk hymns in this unique virtual event. The unpredictable waters of the Pacific provide a fitting backdrop for the powerful, ebullient harmonies of shapenote singing.

PROGRAM

BILLINGS Euroclydon
BILLINGS Jordan
WATTS Windham
BILLINGS Hear my pray'r, O Lord, my God
Schenectady "From all that dwell below the skies"
Montgomery "Early, my God, without delay"
Sweet Prospect "On Jordan's stormy banks I stand"
WATTS Rainbow

This event is free but you can support us by purchasing a virtual ticket:
https://radiance.ticketleap.com/the-sea/

Special Performance: "Bright Morning Stars" — featuring Ken Sabalza, baritone
Tuesday, November 24, 2020Nov 24, 2020, 7:30pm at Online Event (Link in description)
Tickets: Free

Bellevue Chamber Chorus is pleased to collaborate on a new digital project with Ken Sabalza, a Seattle native and freelance vocalist and keyboardist. Ken will sing the baritone solo in "Bright Morning Stars,” arranged by Shawn Kirchner, which is scheduled to debut Tuesday, November 24th at 7:30 pm on our official YouTube channel and Facebook page. Ken is an incredibly well-rounded vocalist with experience in many different genres including opera, musical theater, and popular styles. The text of the piece speaks to generational loss and sorrow, but the message is hopeful and focuses on the renewal found in the eponymous "bright morning stars." We look forward to sharing the nuance and warmth Ken brings to every project, especially a piece as soulful as this, and we hope you'll join us for the digital premiere!

November 30 – December 6, 2020

 

Concert: Coming Home for Christmas — A virtual benefit concert presented by the Alumni of SCC
Saturday, December 5, 2020Dec 5, 6:00pm at Online Event (Link in description)
Tickets: $35 admission
Concert: Seattle SeaChordsmen Livestream Holiday Show 2020 — Our first ever YouTube livestream!
Thursday, December 3, 2020Dec 3, 7:00pm at Online Event (Link in description)
Tickets: Free-will offering only

The Seattle SeaChordsmen barbershop style acapella chorus will attempt their first ever virtual Holiday Show this year. It features newly recorded songs by quartets, VLQs (Very Large Quartets), and everyone in the chorus that was able to figure out self recording technology! Please join us, here: https://youtu.be/958Gj3R2AY8

December 7–13, 2020

 

CANCELLED Concert: 9th Annual Christmas Concert
Saturday, December 12, 2020Dec 12, 3:00pm at University of Puget Sound, Kilworth Memorial Chapel, Tacoma, WA
Tickets: $10 General Admission / Festival Seating

9th Annual Spectrum Choral Academy Christmas Concert featuring all choir levels, singers ages 5-20. Concert ends at dusk with Silent Night sung by candlelight.

Concert: Comfort and Joy — Choral Music of the Season
Saturday, December 12, 2020Dec 12, 7:30pm at Online Event (Link in description)
Sunday, December 13, 2020Dec 13, 4:00pm at Online Event (Link in description)
Tickets: Free-will offering only

Join members of Seattle Pro Musica for a virtual concert of holiday music made distantly by our singers. Though we cannot gather in person, we can still warm your souls with beautiful songs by composers old and new. To close our performance, conductor Karen P. Thomas will lead everyone in a holiday carol singalong. Get cozy and bring home the sights and sounds of choral music this December!

Concert: Home for the Holidays
Sunday, December 13, 2020Dec 13, 2:00pm at Online Event (Link in description)
Tickets: Tickets are $5.00 per household

Join Master Chorus Eastside for a warm and cozy virtual Christmas carol treat, right in your own comfortable home! Hear holiday favorites Jingle Bells, The Holly and the Ivy, and more! Viewable on Sunday December 13 between 2:00 and 5:00 PM. View as often as you like.

Concert: A Nordic Christmas
Sunday, December 13, 2020Dec 13, 4:00pm at (Venue To Be Announced)
Tickets: Free-will offering only

The annual Nordic Christmas concert will be virtual this year, with a guest choir from Sweden! Tune in to enjoy the most beautiful holiday music from the Nordic countries!

Concert: Online Holiday Show — Home for the Holidays...Because We Are!
Friday, December 11, 2020Dec 11, 6:00pm at Online Event (Link in description)
Saturday, December 12, 2020Dec 12, 3:00pm at Online Event (Link in description)
Saturday, December 12, 2020Dec 12, 6:00pm at Online Event (Link in description)
Sunday, December 13, 2020Dec 13, 3:00pm at Online Event (Link in description)
Tickets: Instead of buying a ticket, we ask that you make a donation of $1.00 or more and enter your email

Home for the Holidays ... Because We Are! A virtual holiday show from Choir of the Sound

Pop the corn, heat the cocoa, and gather your household around the screen: Choir of the Sound is delivering a holiday show directly from our homes to yours. With newly recorded virtual songs, and some favorite skits and dances from the archives, we’re cooking up a joyful feast for your eyes and ears!

Sharing the holiday spirit safely during the current pandemic means Choir of the Sound will be streaming our holiday show online this year. "Home for the Holidays...Because We Are!" will be available on a private YouTube channel from 6:00 PM on Friday, December 11, until midnight on Sunday, December 13.
To register for the show, please visit: https://choir-of-the-sound.square.site/

Instead of buying a ticket, we ask that you make a donation of $1.00 or more and enter the email address where you’d like to receive the private link. Once you have registered, a link will be emailed to you during the week leading up to the show. You will be able to use the link to view the show on any device on which you can watch YouTube - your computer, tablet, phone, or smart TV - between 6:00 PM December 11 and midnight December 13. If you have any questions, call us at 206-528-9990, or send an email to tickets@choirofthesound.org.

We hope you will join us for some seasonal comfort and joy during this most unusual year!

Concert: STUCK at Home for the Holidays — A Virtual Covid Christmas Concert
Saturday, December 12, 2020Dec 12, 7:00pm at Online Event (Link in description)
Sunday, December 13, 2020Dec 13, 7:00pm at Online Event (Link in description)
Tickets: Free-will offering only

Are you feeling grinchy? Do you need a little holiday spirit to brighten your mood? Join the Lake Washington Singers (from the comfort of your couch) in our Virtual Holiday Concert: "Stuck at Home for the Holidays". Repertoire will include classic carols we all know and love, parodies to make you smile, original songs and some classical arrangements sure to lift your spirits.
Please join us Saturday, December 12th at 7:00 PM on Facebook or Sunday, December 13th at 7:00 PM on YouTube.

Concert: Turn the Radio Up — A Crooner Christmas
Tuesday, December 8, 2020Dec 8, 8:00pm at Resonance at SOMA Towers, Bellevue, WA
Tickets: $16, friends and family discount

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December 14–20, 2020

 

Concert: A Ceremony of Carols
Sunday, December 20, 2020Dec 20, 7:30pm at Online Event (Link in description)
Tickets: Free

Prime Voci is joined by harpist Juliet Stratton for Benjamin Britten’s incomparable holiday musical classic: A Ceremony of Carols. Enjoy this SGC tradition- presented in a new virtual format- from the comfort of your own home.

Subscribe to Seattle Girls Choir’s YouTube channel for a notification of when this concert goes live!

Concert: Christmas Coast to Coast — A Celebration of Singing and Family
Sunday, December 20, 2020Dec 20, 3:30pm at Online Event (Link in description)
Tickets: Free-will offering only

It’s been a tough year and we need a lot of Christmas, right this very minute.

To ensure no ear, no heart goes untouched this holiday season, we’re doing our ring-ting-tingling online – and inviting you to ring-ting-tingle too!

A show four months in the making, and with some incredibly careful sound and video editing, we bring our pre-recorded voices together. You’re invited Sunday, December 20 to see and hear Northwest Sound Men’s Chorus, the Alexandria Harmonizers, plus a many special guests delight their largest audience ever: The World.

Proceeds to benefit Hopelink.

Concert: A Gift of Song — A Winter Concert with Seattle Girls Choir
Saturday, December 19, 2020Dec 19, 12:00pm at Online Event (Link in description)
Tickets: Free

Seattle Girls Choir has a simple motto for this season: keep singing. A Gift of Song celebrates the winter season, and illustrates the continued perseverance of over 150 choristers ages 5-18 who have committed to singing despite the challenges. With engaging virtual performances by six of our performing choirs, this will be a holiday treat for the whole family to enjoy.

Subscribe to Seattle Girls Choir's YouTube channel for a notification of when this concert goes live!

Concert: Home for the Holidays — A BYC Virtual Choir Concert
Monday, December 14, 2020Dec 14, 5:00pm at Online Event (Link in description)
Tickets: Free

Save the date: For the first time ever, Bellevue Youth Choirs is proud to present a Virtual Choir Concert!
Join us for the online premiere of all our virtual choir videos, just in time for the holidays. Interspersed with messages from BYC staff and choristers, this "concert" is sure to spread joy!
Although we can't sing together in person this year, we are so grateful for the power of technology that brings our voices together virtually. As you watch from home, know that we are thinking of you.
Mark yourself as "Going" to be notified when we add the YouTube link. You can watch live with us on December 14th at 5PM, or return to the Youtube page to watch later.
Happy holidays!
featuring BYC singers:
The Musicianship Training Choristers
Virtual Choir Choristers
and staff:
Nicholas Gorne, Artistic Director
Nathan Shiu, Lead Accompanist

Concert: A Homemade Holiday — Songs of the Season from Our Homes to Yours
Friday, December 18, 2020Dec 18, 7:00pm at Online Event (Link in description)
Tickets: Tickets are $20 for an individual or $35 for a household. The event link will be live on our YouTu

Join the Northwest Firelight Chorale for a virtual holiday concert sure to warm your heart and renew your spirit. We will bring you a dazzling collection of beloved carols, pop favorites, soul-stirring spirituals, festively fun tunes, our signature Firelighter choralography and some special effect surprises! And in this intimate performance, our choir members will invite you into their homes to share stories of their own December traditions. So pour a glass of holiday cheer, throw another log on the fire, and settle in for a cozy evening of music and heartfelt connection.

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Concert: HUES - Winter 2020 — Virtual Concert
Wednesday, December 16, 2020Dec 16, 7:30pm at Online Event (Link in description)
Tickets: Free-will offering only

After a very successful Virtual Summer Season, Wellspring Ensemble is excited to host another virtual concert for our friends, family, and supporters! While you wait for this amazing event, please feel free to watch our concert from this summer!

https://youtu.be/LtK37Hv5TuU

Concert: A Season for Singing - A Virtual Event — Northwest Girlchoir's December Concert
Saturday, December 19, 2020Dec 19, 3:00pm at Online Event (Link in description)
Tickets: Free

Tune in on our YouTube channel (www.youtube.com/northwestgirlchoir) or check in on our Facebook event (https://fb.me/e/1YR5nFipu) on Saturday, December 19 at 3:00pm for this festive online concert! Featuring a song by each of our choirs, plus an all-choirs finale!
Stay tuned for more info.

Concert: Virtual Jul Concert — with the Norwegian Ladies Chorus
Friday, December 18, 2020Dec 18, 7:00pm at Online Event (Link in description)
Tickets: Free-will offering only

Seattle's Norwegian Ladies Chorus invites you to our first virtual Jul Concert! Tune into our YouTube Channel Friday 12/18 at 7pm to see our concert video.
The concert will include virtual choir performances, as well as special solos and small groups by chorus members and their families. To find the YouTube Channel, search "Norwegian Ladies Chorus" on YouTube, or click this link: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCI-yRJT4MAVKuZ346sWwxkg

The concert is free, and we will be accepting donations at this link: https://www.paypal.com/donate?hosted_button_id=9RKTXF2ZSZTEA

Concert: Winter Wishes — A Virtual Concert Fundraiser
Saturday, December 19, 2020Dec 19, 6:00pm at Online Event (Link in description)
Tickets: Free-will offering only

Join Columbia Choirs as we celebrate the holiday season and share what our choirs have been working on during our virtual Fall session! This virtual performance is open to all of our families, friends, and community. We will be collecting donations to support our choirs.

December 21–27, 2020

 

Concert: Behind the Veil — The Hidden Talents of the Medieval Women's Choir
Friday, December 25, 2020Dec 25, 12:00pm at Online Event (Link in description)
Tickets: $12.00 per family.

(THIS CONCERT IS AVAILABLE THROUGHOUT THE MONTH OF DECEMBER ANY TIME OF DAY (so you may overlook the only date of Christmas day pasted in above).

In our first-ever online performance, members of the choir showcase their “hidden” talents for our audience.

Like many musical organizations, our members have numerous talents and accomplishments that generally remain unknown to our audience at large. They are writers, artists, instrumentalists, singers and scholars, and they enrich our community in any number of ways beyond their appearances with the choir. Since the pandemic keeps us from meeting in person with you, and with each other, we thought this would be a good time to step out from behind the veil, and display some of the secret talents of our members. This exclusive online presentation features excerpts from literary works and performances of music from medieval to McCartney, hosted by Artistic Director Eric Mentzel.
Contributing artists include Mary Lynne Evans, Sophia Smith, Dinnen Cleary, Bill McJohn, Ellen Seibert, Candace Robb, Basha Osinski, Alice K. Boatwright, Wendy Joseph, Erika Chang, Mary Ann Hagan, Marian Seibert, Sally Mitchell, and Michael LaGaly, all supported by videographer Ailisa Newhall, sound engineer Kevin Wyatt-Stone, and produced by the MWC’s Artistic Director, Eric Mentzel.

https://medievalwomenschoir.anywhereseat.com

Sing-Along: Drive-In Christmas Caroling — A Benefit for Helpline House
Thursday, December 24, 2020Dec 24, 2:00pm at Bethany Lutheran Church, Bainbridge Island, WA
Tickets: Please bring non-perishable food items or cash for Helpline House

Bring the family to enjoy an old-fashioned carol sing in the safety of your own car. Song sheets will be provided, and the music will transmitted to your car radio for you to sing along. This free event is a benefit for the Bainbridge Island social services agency Helpline House, so we ask that you bring non-perishable food items, cash or checks made out to Helpline House.

January 4–10, 2021

 

Open House: Bring a Friend: Musicianship Training — January Open House Virtual Workshops
Monday, January 4, 2021Jan 4, 4:45pm at Online Event (Link in description)
Tickets: Free

Join BYC choristers for a virtual open house! Musicianship Training Virtual Rehearsals are open to all throughout January. One weekly class, taught by the intrepid duo of Artistic Director Nicholas Gorne and Lead Accompanist Nathan Shiu, will focus on preparing thoughtful and independent musicians on Mondays 4:45PM-5:45PM. In Musicianship Training, skills such as solfège, takadimi rhythms, scales, modes, and sight-reading will provide the foundation for more confident music-making. Email us for the link to join! info@bellevueyouthchoirs.org, or visit bellevueyouthchoirs.org/join

January 11–17, 2021

 

Open House: Bring a Friend: Musicianship Training — January Open House Virtual Workshops
Monday, January 11, 2021Jan 11, 4:45pm at Online Event (Link in description)
Tickets: Free

Join BYC choristers for a virtual open house! Musicianship Training Virtual Rehearsals are open to all throughout January. One weekly class, taught by the intrepid duo of Artistic Director Nicholas Gorne and Lead Accompanist Nathan Shiu, will focus on preparing thoughtful and independent musicians on Mondays 4:45PM-5:45PM. In Musicianship Training, skills such as solfège, takadimi rhythms, scales, modes, and sight-reading will provide the foundation for more confident music-making. Email us for the link to join! info@bellevueyouthchoirs.org, or visit bellevueyouthchoirs.org/join

January 18–24, 2021

 

Open House: Bring a Friend: Musicianship Training — January Open House Virtual Workshops
Monday, January 18, 2021Jan 18, 4:45pm at Online Event (Link in description)
Tickets: Free

Join BYC choristers for a virtual open house! Musicianship Training Virtual Rehearsals are open to all throughout January. One weekly class, taught by the intrepid duo of Artistic Director Nicholas Gorne and Lead Accompanist Nathan Shiu, will focus on preparing thoughtful and independent musicians on Mondays 4:45PM-5:45PM. In Musicianship Training, skills such as solfège, takadimi rhythms, scales, modes, and sight-reading will provide the foundation for more confident music-making. Email us for the link to join! info@bellevueyouthchoirs.org, or visit bellevueyouthchoirs.org/join

January 25–31, 2021

 

Open House: Bring a Friend: Musicianship Training — January Open House Virtual Workshops
Monday, January 25, 2021Jan 25, 4:45pm at Online Event (Link in description)
Tickets: Free

Join BYC choristers for a virtual open house! Musicianship Training Virtual Rehearsals are open to all throughout January. One weekly class, taught by the intrepid duo of Artistic Director Nicholas Gorne and Lead Accompanist Nathan Shiu, will focus on preparing thoughtful and independent musicians on Mondays 4:45PM-5:45PM. In Musicianship Training, skills such as solfège, takadimi rhythms, scales, modes, and sight-reading will provide the foundation for more confident music-making. Email us for the link to join! info@bellevueyouthchoirs.org, or visit bellevueyouthchoirs.org/join

February 15–21, 2021

 

Concert: Winter Encore Performance: — My Peace I Leave with You
Saturday, February 20, 2021Feb 20, 7:30pm at Online Event (Link in description)
Tickets: Free-will offering only

The concert includes our favorite selections from the archives of our sacred recordings. Find Cora Voce Encore Performances links on our web page, CoraVoce.org and on Facebook and YouTube.

February 22–28, 2021

 

Concert: The Hills — Shaking the Tree with Kevin Siegfried
Saturday, February 27, 2021Feb 27, 7:00pm at Online Event (Link in description)
Tickets: Free-will offering only

The Hills: Shaking the Tree with Kevin Siegfried
The quiet humility of Shaker music takes on a new dimension surrounded by the alpine lakes and forests of the North Cascades. We'll learn about the history of the Shakers and their deep musical tradition, then embark on a choral adventure to perform hymns and new arrangements by guest composer Kevin Siegfried.

​This event is free but you can support us by purchasing a virtual ticket:
https://radiance.ticketleap.com/the-hills/

March 8–14, 2021

 

Concert: A Desolate Land — Lamentations from Renaissance Spain
Sunday, March 14, 2021Mar 14, 3:00pm at Online Event (Link in description)
Tickets: Free-will offering only

Our virtual season continues with this program devoted to Spanish settings of the Lamentations of Jeremiah. The concert will be presented remotely and will include music by Cristobal de Morales, Tomas Luis de Victoria, Francisco Guerrero and Alonso Lobo. A link to the concert will be posted to this description at a later date.

April 19–25, 2021

 

Concert: Spring Encore Performance: — My Lord, What a Mornin'
Saturday, April 24, 2021Apr 24, 7:30pm at Online Event (Link in description)
Tickets: Free-will offering only

This concert includes our favorite selections from the archives of our folk music recordings. Find Cora Voce Encore Performances links on our web page, CoraVoce.org and on Facebook and YouTube.

April 26 – May 2, 2021

 

Concert: What's in a Name? — Celebrating Josquin des Prez and the Missa Sine Nomine
Sunday, May 2, 2021May 2, 3:00pm at Online Event (Link in description)
Tickets: Free-will offering only

Our final concert of the season is a celebration of the 500th Anniversary of the Death of Renaissance master Josquin des Prez (c. 1455-1521). This concert will feature Josquin's Missa Sine Nomine as well as other famous "nameless" pieces from Renaissance France, Burgundy, and Italy. A link to the concert will be posted to this description at a later date.

May 3–9, 2021

 

Concert: The Fields — Songs of Abundance
Saturday, May 8, 2021May 8, 7:00pm at Online Event (Link in description)
Tickets: Free-will offering only

THE FIELDS: Songs of Abundance
The music of Hildegard of Bingen has long been appreciated for its vernal, crystalline beauty. We'll pair this beloved repertoire with lighthearted arrangements of classic American folk songs for our final choral destination. Join us for an adventure into a countryside springing to life.

This event is free but you can support us by purchasing a virtual ticket:
https://radiance.ticketleap.com/the-fields-songs-of-abundance/

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