Join us for a joyful singing experience
Our next semester starts January 29, 2023. If you're interested in finding out more about joining the Chorale, please fill out this contact form.
We will be following these COVID protocols* for the Spring 2023 semester:
General information about the Chorale:
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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? We perform two concerts in early December, and two concerts in late April. 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 add 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. Basic knowledge of music reading is preferred, and we will provide opportunities to strengthen your skills. There is no audition, but you will sing briefly for our director so you can be placed appropriately.
WHERE do we sing?
WHEN do we perform? We hold two concerts each on the first weekend in December and in late April or early May.
WHAT are the dues?
Choir members pay $130 dues per semester to cover:
STUDENT SCHOLARSHIPS. We offer scholarships to high school or undergraduate students who would like to sing with us. Read more.
SOUNDS GREAT. HOW CAN I JOIN? Send an email using the form at right for more details. We look forward to hearing from you!
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 MUCC or its programs. We are most grateful for their hospitality!
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