Join Us for a Joyful Singing Experience!
Here's what you need to know:
WHO are we? We are people who love to sing together. We enjoy the challenge of learning traditional choral music, show tunes and new arrangements. Fellowship and friendship are fundamental. Our rehearsals are fun!
WHAT do we sing? In winter we sing holiday music, both sacred and seasonal. In spring we tackle something lighter and different. We often engage instrumentalists or soloists who give added richness to our musical experience.
WHAT is the approach? Dedicated, disciplined, and light-hearted. We care about our music, and we want everyone to feel included, comfortable and at-home. We are motivated by positive reinforcement.
WHAT level of expertise do I need? We are seeking singers with previous choral experience. The ability to read music is a plus. There is no audition, but you will sing briefly for our director so she can place you appropriately. Tenors and basses are especially welcome.
WHEN do we sing? We meet on Sunday nights from 7:00 to 9:15 pm – the perfect time, no competing obligations, invigorating and relaxing after the weekend. This winter/spring we'll start on Sunday, January 22, 2017 with a potluck for new and returning singers at 5:45 pm at Magnolia United Church of Christ.*
WHEN do we perform? We hold two concerts each on the first weekend in December and in late spring. Our next concerts will be on Saturday, April 29 and Sunday, April 30, 2017.
Money Regular members pay $120 dues per semester. This fee covers the following:
STUDENT SCHOLARSHIPS We offer scholarships to students who would like to sing with us. Read more here.
SOUNDS GREAT. HOW CAN I JOIN? Send an email using the form at right to contact our Music Director, Jean-Marie Kent. She will advise about when would be the best time to join the Chorale. We welcome you!
*The Magnolia Chorale meets at Magnolia United Church of Christ, 3555 W. McGraw St., Seattle, WA 98199. We are an independent organization and are not affiliated with the church, its programs, or mission.
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