GSCC Weekly Featured Members
Each week we pick one of our member organizations to highlight. Below you can find our current pick plus a history of past selections.
Featured Member for the Week of April 23, 2018
The Norwegian Ladies Chorus of Seattle has contributed its talents and music to the Puget Sound region’s Norwegian-American community for many years. Founded in 1936 by Dr. August Werner, Professor of Music at the University of Washington, the Chorus debuted on September 4th, 1936, at a reception held at Seattle's famous Olympic Hotel during the Pacific Coast Norwegian Singers Association’s annual Sangerfest concert. (Read More)
Featured Member for the Week of April 16, 2018
Redmond Chorale is a semi-auditioned, SATB, adult-voiced choir performing a variety of choral literature in three concert seasons every year.
Through excellent achievement and education in choral arts, Redmond Chorale raises funds for charitable causes in and around Redmond, as members of the choir connect with each other and with the community.
Featured Member for the Week of April 9, 2018
This distinguished ensemble consists of 80 talented singers with diverse backgrounds and a shared passion for beautiful and precise expressions of classical music. Seattle Pro Musica also has three smaller ensembles, Vox (our mixed voices chamber ensemble), Chroma (our select SSAA ensemble), and Orpheon (our select TTBB ensemble). They perform under the direction of award-winning conductor and artistic director, Karen P. Thomas.
Featured Member for the Week of April 2, 2018
We are a fun group of people who promote Nordic culture through music, with an emphasis on Sweden. We meet at the iconic Swedish Club on Dexter Avenue overlooking beautiful Lake Union. No need to be Swedish or to speak Swedish. Just a love of Nordic culture and singing! We are a non-audition heritage choir. Always hot coffee.
Featured Member for the Week of March 26, 2018
PSC is an educational, non-profit championship women's chorus comprised of 50+ members. Our repertoire in the 4-part a cappella harmony style includes many types of music. We rehearse on Tuesdays from 7pm-10pm. We invite you to visit!
Featured Member for the Week of March 19, 2018
The Finnish Choral Society is one of the few choirs, which still preserves traditional Finnish language choir music in the USA. The roots date back to 1964, when a choir named “Kaleva Korus” was started The choir eventually merged with the West Coast Singers’ Seattle Chapter in the mid 1970’s. The name Finnish Choral Society was established around 1980. (Read More)
Featured Member for the Week of March 12, 2018
Pacifica Children's Chorus consists of 3 age-appropriate levels, starting with a non-audition choir of Kindergarten-2nd graders, with 2 auditioned choirs taking children through the high school years. Pacifica produces 3 concerts during the school year, and takes a break in the summer. Pacifica's teachers are all well-versed in the Kodaly principles of music education. A written theory program is begun when children reach the 3rd grade. Artistic Director is Susan Senft. (Read More)
Featured Member for the Week of March 5, 2018
Cora Voce (Chorus of Voices) is a Tacoma-based ensemble dedicated to sharing and performing high-quality choral music. Our mission is: to inspire, enrich and educate. Through our generous supporters, the Cora Voce supports young aspiring choral artists through college scholarships, and supports school music programs through program-building grants.
Featured Member for the Week of February 26, 2018
Singing on the Ridge since 1999, the Phinney Neighborhood Chorus is open to new members without auditions; we sing a wide range of styles, mostly choral arrangements of wonderful folk music, including Balkan, South African, Shape Note, and more. We are a very social group with a wide range of musical experience and we love to sing! (Read More)
Featured Member for the Week of February 19, 2018
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. (Read More)
Featured Member for the Week of February 12, 2018
Founded in 1964, Cascadian Chorale is a Bellevue-based, mixed-voice chamber choir dedicated to the performance and promotion of fine choral music. The Chorale's membership comprises thirty-five of the greater Seattle area's most skilled choral singers. Since 2008, Cascadian Chorale has been conducted by its Artistic Director, Dr. Gary D. Cannon. The Chorale regularly performs some of the most engaging and challenging works for chamber choir, ranging from Renaissance madrigals to Bach motets to new premieres. (Read More)
Featured Member for the Week of February 5, 2018
The Kitsap Community Chorale, founded in January of 2009, dedicates itself to providing a varied and excellent choral experience to both its members and its audiences. Past performances include classics such as Vivaldi's Gloria, Rutter's Requiem and Mozart's Sparrow Mass, as well as the work of local composers, such as Richard Nance's A Mass for a New Millenium along with Broadway medleys, Americana, and other choral works.
Featured Member for the Week of January 29, 2018
We are a community of folks who love to sing with others in four part harmony: folk, popular, Beatles, classical, holiday, Irish, Broadway. No auditions. Rehearsals are fun and no one gets hurt.
We perform at the Green Lake Pathway of Lights, The Northwest Folk Life Festival at retirement homes and twice a year in concert with All Present, a song circle for people with dementia and memory loss.
Featured Member for the Week of January 22, 2018
Formed in 2013 as a south Snohomish County sister choir to the Cantabile Chamber Choir of Mount Vernon, reSound, a Northwest Chamber Ensemble, is a 12-voice auditioned chamber group that is choir-in-residence at Lynnwood’s Trinity Lutheran Church. reSound is directed by Dr. Stephen Marshall-Ward, who brings a passionate love of choral music and gifted leadership to this small but talented vocal ensemble. (Read More)
Featured Member for the Week of January 15, 2018
Seattle Ladies Choir (SLC) is open to all self-identified women over the age of 21 and provides a diverse, talented group of women the opportunity to learn and perform contemporary choral songs. The choir promotes practices that are inclusive, safe, and supportive. Our guiding principles include bonding over the joys of music, empowering a strong sense of community, and sharing these positive experiences with the greater Seattle audience. (Read More)
Featured Member for the Week of January 8, 2018
The Everett Chorale Association is the pre-eminent vocal music organization in the Everett area. Our mission is to perform a wide variety of quality choral music for the enrichment and enjoyment of our community while providing local singers the opportunity to expand their musical knowledge and experience.. With the inclusion of the Snohomish County Youth Choir, the Everett Chorale offers opportunities to all interested singers of all ages. (Read More)
Featured Member for the Week of January 1, 2018
Northwest Associated Arts was founded in 1984 as Highline Civic Chorale in response to the need for a vibrant, diverse south-end (Seattle) chorus that would bring quality choral music into the community while challenging experienced singers. In 1986, the Chorale changed its name to ChoralSounds Northwest (CSN) and since has added youth choruses (KidSounds and YouthSounds) as well as a chorus for senior singers (SilverSounds Northwest). (Read More)
Featured Member for the Week of December 25, 2017
Comprised of volunteer singers drawn exclusively from the Seattle region, Choral Arts Northwest has garnered national recognition and critical acclaim by combining a deep sense of community with a passion for artistic excellence. Led by Artistic Director Robert Bode, CANW has won the Margaret Hillis Award for Choral Excellence (2010); and the American Prize for choral performance (community division) twice, placing first in 2010 and second in 2013. (Read More)
Featured Member for the Week of December 18, 2017
Mirinesse is Old English for “joyful women”. The singers of Mirinesse Women’s Choir are an auditioned group of approximately sixty women, ages 21-70, who enthusiastically and joyfully share their love of music, and strive to model the highest level of musicianship, artistry and individual vocal ability. Since 2006, Mirinesse has thrilled audiences in Seattle and around northwest Washington with its beautiful sound and facility with difficult repertoire. (Read More)
Featured Member for the Week of December 11, 2017
Adult Community Choir, mixed voicing, serving Mill Creek and surrounding areas within Snonhomish County. Formed in August 2014 and currently has 75 singers.
We currently rehearse on Tuesday nights from 7-9pm at the Advent Lutheran Church in Mill Creek, WA.