Because of the developing SARS-CoV2 virus and the COVID-19 illness that it causes, we urge everyone to be especially careful to take care of yourself and those whom you love. Because of the outbreak, Seattle Peace Chorus will not hold a live fundraising dinner on Saturday 28 March 2020; instead, we invite you to support Seattle Peace Chorus by making an online contribution now. More than ever, singing for peace and justice continues to be vitally important in our world.[ultimeter id="9498"]
Statement from the Leadership of Seattle Peace Chorus
Tom Sharp and Dee Knapp contributed to this video.
The mission of the Seattle Peace Chorus is to communicate through music the desire for a just and peaceful world; to consistently present this 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.
Seattle Peace Chorus thanks the following who contributed to this video:
- Larry Tice, Seattle Digital Video
- Frederick N. West, music director
- Markos Weiss, bass
- Kelly Mak, soprano
- Nikki Nichols, soprano
- Jeff Carter, tenor
- Margarita Muñoz, Action Ensemble
Clip from People of the Drum, 2 June 2018
Seattle Peace Chorus performed People of the Drum which we commissioned to be composed by our music director, Frederick N. West, on Saturday 2 June 2018 at Seattle First Baptist Church.
Seattle Peace Chorus Action Ensemble, 30 June 2018
On 30 June 2018, our Action Ensemble performed “Bridges, Not Walls” (composed by Doug Balcom, who is conducting) at the Families Belong Together rally in front of the SeaTac Federal Detention Center, for a crowd of about 10,000 protesters. Marcia Bennison made this stage-side video.
We Thank our Donors
Seattle Peace Chorus thanks our generous donors, true champions for peace and social justice.
$1,000 or more
- Emily Leslie
- Tom & Liz Sharp
- Martha Cohen
- Gazala Uradnik
- Julie Eriksen
- Donene Blair
- Robert Andrews
- Dale & Sue Hurley Rector
- Steve Bauck
- Thomas Berry
- Donna Austin
- Lila Henderson
- Stephen & Karen Ernst
- Gary Potter, Potter Construction
- Marilyn Sanford
- Helen Lauritzen, founding director of Seattle Peace Chorus
- Rick Wyckoff
- Dan & Sandra Ciske
- Theodore Dietz
- Jacob Rourke