This season the Seattle Peace Chorus begins a series of concerts to honor groups of people who have kept their rich traditions alive throughout persecution, enslavement, and hardships. Our Diaspora series will continue into our 2017-2018 season.
Friday, June 3 at 7:30 P.M.
Saturday, June 4 at 7:30 P.M.
University Congregational Church
4515 16th Avenue NE | Seattle
Composed by Director Frederick N. West
Schubert's masterpiece Mass in G with full orchestra
Soloists: Alexandra Picard, soprano | Steve Tachell, baritone
Come early! Talk with representatives from local nonprofits:
Ryther - TeenFeed - Treehouse - YouthCare
Also featuring an appearance by Thione and Gora Diop (master percussionists from Senegal)!
Some of our sponsors:
- The Kurt Sorensen and Ziyang Li Collection of American Art Fund
- West Seattle Recycling
- CB Construction
Missa Luba, November 2015
The Seattle Peace Chorus, directed by Frederick N. West,
presents the Missa Luba
Claire Jones and Viwachi Marimba Ensemble
Sid Law (tenor soloist)
Thione and Gora Diop (master percussionists from Senegal)
and Kent Stevenson (on the piano)
Saturday, November 21, 2015 - 7:30 p.m., Sunday, November 22, 2015 - 7:00 p.m.
University Congregational Church, 4515 16th Avenue NE, Seattle
Pre-concert lecture 45 minutes before each concert
$20 Advance | $18 Seniors, students, special needs | $25 At the door
Our freewill offerings this weekend raised $1,801.22 for One By One, www.fightfistula.org, 2622 NW Market Street, Suite C, Seattle, WA 98107. One By One will use these funds for:
- Life-restoring surgical treatment for three women ($1,500)
- Training for one fistula survivor to become a Regional Representative ($250)
- Round-trip bus-fare for two women to receive treatment ($60)
One By One also received a resume from one of the guests at Sunday’s concert that was interested in volunteer opportunities with One By One.