with the Seattle Peace Chorus
(February 2019 through 8 June 2019)
SATURDAY 8 JUNE 2019 at the newly remodeled TOWN HALL
TO AUDITION: Submit an audition request form at seattlepeacechorus.org/join/audition-request/
(Dues to support our non-profit chorus will be expected after you pass your audition.)
Musical Camaraderie and a Cause You Will Never Forget!
For both singers and listeners, the Seattle Peace Chorus provides a unique choral experience. Our commitment to peace and social justice creates a special bond among members and with our audience.
Our repertoire, reflecting our multi-cultural, multi-national focus, ranges from spirituals and gospel to Mozart and Beethoven, from South African freedom songs to the original works of our director Fred West.
Performances often include an exciting range of instrumentalists from Cuban drummers to chamber orchestras. This rich variety is sustained by our commitment to using a collaborative process for decision making, enabling members to influence repertoire decisions through a committee that any member can join.
In addition to traveling to countries such as the former Soviet Union, Chile, Cuba, and Venezuela, and performing two major concerts a year, we support peace and community activities by singing at rallies, marches, fundraisers for disaster relief, and similar events.
If our unique approach to choral music appeals to you, consider joining us as a singer, volunteer, or financial supporter—or simply come to our concerts and be inspired.
We Thank our GiveBIG Donors
Seattle Peace Chorus thanks our 25 generous donors, true champions for peace and social justice, including 8 supporters who gave $100 or more and will receive two free tickets to our Spring concerts. Altogether these champions gave Seattle Peace Chorus $1737.
We Thank our Business Sponsors
Thank you everyone who helped produce our fundraising dinner, Feast for Peace, and everyone who gave to support the Seattle Peace Chorus.
World Premiere: People of the Drum
Last season the Seattle Peace Chorus continued our Diaspora series, honoring groups of people who have kept their rich traditions alive throughout persecution, enslavement, and hardships.
Photo by Nikki Nichols