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 November 30, 2020
The Market Street Singers is a choral ensemble in Ballard that builds connections within diverse communities. Celebrating the joy of choral music among singers and listeners, we aspire to cultivate neighborhood pride with choral arts that are truly community identified. We are a non-audition community ensemble that values musical excellence and public outreach. We recognize that singing builds communities and brings us and our audiences great joy. We want to share this joy limitlessly with the wider world around us. (Read More)
Featured Member for the Week of November 23, 2020
Rehearsing in Bothell, Northshore Choirs share music in the Northshore area: Bothell, Kenmore, Woodinville, Lake Forest Park, Mill Creek, Snohomish, Monroe, Kirkland, and beyond. At this time we have choirs for grades K-12. Come join us for a joyful sound! Email us for more information at email@example.com!
Featured Member for the Week of November 16, 2020
The Ensign Symphony & Chorus fills a unique space in the panoramic performing arts scene of the Puget Sound region. Nearly 200 singers and instrumentalists perform a broad repertoire of joyous music in the tradition of the Tabernacle Choir at Temple Square, BBC Symphony Chorus and Westminster Symphonic Choir. Ensign’s mission is to bless and uplift audiences in the greater Puget Sound region through professional quality performances of inspiring sacred and secular music. (Read More)
Featured Member for the Week of November 9, 2020
Lake Washington Singers is a women’s a choir that has been sharing music with the community since 1952. We are looking for new members who enjoy singing, improving their vocal skills, performing and having lots of fun. No audition is required choir however an ear for music and willingness to practice is. It is helpful but not necessary to be able to read music as we have online tools to help you learn your part. We enjoy singing a wide variety of music: contemporary, Broadway, folk, gospel, classical, jazz, etc. (Read More)
Featured Member for the Week of November 2, 2020
The Cascade Foothills Chorale is a non-audition adult choir which began as a group of community members who gathered to provide music at the 1976 Bi-Centennial celebration of a local church. The group began as BECCO (Buckley, Enumclaw Community Choral Organization) and was later called Northwest ECCO (Enumclaw Community Choral Organization). Now known as Cascade Foothills Chorale (CFC), the chorus continues a strong sense of tradition and community. (Read More)
Featured Member for the Week of October 26, 2020
The mission of the Seattle Peace Chorus (SPC) is to communicate through music the desire for a just and peaceful world; to consistently present SPC’s message through choral excellence and nonviolent activism; to celebrate life in all its diversity; to build and sustain harmonious relationships and cultural bridges locally and globally. The Seattle Peace Chorus was founded in 1983 under the leadership of Helen Lauritzen (SPC Director, 1983-2000). (Read More)
Featured Member for the Week of October 19, 2020
Engage your enthusiasm for singing and discover a like-minded musical community in the middle of the workday.
Eastside Midday Singers is a non-auditioned, year-round, mixed-voice choral group singing together for fun, a passion for music, and continuing musical education. Concert seasons trend toward "light and lively" with artistic depth. Over time, music from all musical genre, eras, and cultures will be included. 3 concert seasons/calendar year.
Featured Member for the Week of October 12, 2020
The Norwegian Male Chorus of Seattle was founded in 1889 -- the year of Washington's statehood -- and is the oldest continuously operating choral organization in Seattle.
Featured Member for the Week of October 5, 2020
Founded in 1991, Master Chorus Eastside began as a small, non-auditioned ensemble and has since grown into a polished, fully auditioned chorus and one of the premiere arts organizations on the Eastside. It is known for its innovative and imaginative programming, from its family-style "All-American Independence Celebration," featuring American music and historical tidbits, to large choral/orchestral works, a capella repertoire, multi-cultural explorations, and jazz and Broadway classics. (Read More)
Featured Member for the Week of September 28, 2020
Choir of the Sound is a leading Puget Sound adult community choir, performing primarily in the Seattle/Shoreline area. The Choir’s mission is to enrich the lives of our community and our members by sharing exceptional performances of diverse musical styles, blending many talents to create a more perfect whole. The choir is routinely recognized for its impressive performances of major choral works and other classical music, which it presents each year in its Winter concert. (Read More)
Featured Member for the Week of September 21, 2020
The Federal Way Chorale is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization whose mission is to provide musical and performance excellence; with passion and enthusiasm we strive to provide the culturally diverse community of the Puget Sound region an inspirational musical experience. Through diversity of repertoire we continue to educate our audience through our music and be an integral and active member in the cultural life of our community at large. (Read More)
Featured Member for the Week of September 14, 2020
Emerald Ensemble is a professional chamber choir featuring the finest voices in the Seattle area conducted by Dr. Gary D. Cannon. We sing music of all periods and genres, with emphasis on classical choral repertoire. Beyond traditional concerts and recordings, we also bring music to locations where the arts rarely extend, such as schools, prisons, hospice care facilities, or homeless shelters. Our mission is to help all people through great choral music presented with passion and skill.
Featured Member for the Week of September 7, 2020
The Renaissance choir Sine Nomine, directed by Dr. Anne Lyman, is a Community Collegium ensemble, part of the community outreach program of Early Music Seattle (EMS). 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 August 31, 2020
The Seattle SeaChordsmen, a men's chorus, has been "Pursuing Excellence in Harmony" by bringing the joy of Barbershop harmony to music lovers in the Seattle area since its founding in 1949. Barbershop music is a capella, four-part harmony, an American art form which dates back to the late 19th century. Proud as they are of their appearances in Barbershop harmony contests, SeaChordsmen get their greatest enjoyment from public performances. (Read More)
Featured Member for the Week of August 24, 2020
"The Skagit Valley Chorale exists to enrich the lives of all interested singers and concert audiences in the Skagit Valley by expressing the human spirit through choral music." The Skagit Valley Chorale was founded by Joan Penny in 1984 and has grown from its original 30 members to over 100 men and women dedicated to performing quality choral music at our two annual concerts. (Read More)
Featured Member for the Week of August 17, 2020
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 August 10, 2020
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 (YouthSounds Northwest) as well as a chorus for senior singers (SilverSounds Northwest). (Read More)
Featured Member for the Week of August 3, 2020
BlueStreet Voices is a vocal jazz ensemble based out of Seattle, WA that performs tunes with a professional trio at our back. We put forth everything from foot-tappin’ jazz standards to classically arranged contemporary pop hits, including Latin, blues, gospel, and rich ballads. The mission of BlueStreet Voices is to promote vocal jazz education and music in the community, while providing high-quality, entertaining musical experiences for audiences and performers alike. (Read More)
Featured Member for the Week of July 27, 2020
The Vashon Island Chorale is a non-auditioned mixed chorus located on Vashon Island in the southern Puget Sound. It is one of the most prominent and influential cultural bodies on the Island. The Chorale performs great masterworks, often with small orchestra, as well as lesser-known works including world premieres. Due to the global coronavirus crisis, there are no rehearsals or public events currently planned for the 2020-2021 season. (Read More)
Featured Member for the Week of July 20, 2020
An auditioned community chamber choir, Meridian Ensemble is comprised of volunteer singers dedicated to producing high quality performances of secular choral repertoire spanning from the late nineteenth century to modern day. We welcome new members with solid musical skills and choral experience. The ensemble meets on Wednesday evenings at acoustically wonderful Magnolia United Church of Christ. Auditions can be scheduled throughout the season. (Read More)