The Northwest Chorale has been feeding those in need since 1978, and we currently present two concerts each year, during the holiday season and in the late spring. We also sponsor a Messiah sing-along each year during the holiday season.

All Northwest Chorale concerts are free to attend. Donations are graciously accepted with all funds going to benefit Northwest Harvest.

2018-2019 Season Concerts & Events


Greater Seattle Choral Consortium 2018 Big Sing - Brahms Requiem
  Saturday Ocbober 20, 2017, 7:00pm Seattle First Baptist Church
1111 Harvard Ave, Seattle, WA 98122
 
A Very Choral Christmas 2018, featuring Poulenc's 'Gloria'
 Saturday December 8, 2018, 7:30pm Location TBA
 Saturday December 15, 2018, 7:30pm Location TBA
 
Messiah Sing & Play Along by George Frideric Handel
 Suggested donation is $15 at the door to raise funds for the Chorale’s future performance costs. This tremendously popular oratorio has become an essential holiday tradition. You have heard this beloved masterpiece performed – now come and experience the joy of making marvelous music together. Scores will be available for loan, or please bring your own if you have one (Schirmer or Watkins Shaw compatible).

And yes - "Play Along" means we need instruments as well as voices! Instrumentalists, please bring your own stand and contact our director, Lynn Hall, in advance at (206) 362-5731 if you need to borrow a score. Refreshments and snacks will be available.

  Friday December 28, 2017, 6:30pm St Andrews Episcopal Church
111 NE 80th St, Seattle, WA 98115
 
A Very Choral Springtime, featuring Rutter's 'Requiem'
 Saturday May 11, 2019 Time, location TBA
 Saturday May 18, 2019 Time, location TBA
 

Mendelssohn's ElijahSpring, 2018
Handel's MessiahWinter, 2017
Handel's Israel in EgyptSpring, 2017
A Very Choral ChristmasWinter, 2016

"In the Pacific Northwest we are blessed with wonderful orchestral, choral, and chamber groups not well known on the national stage. Each year, so much fine music is available to everyone, and Northwest Chorale must be considered near the top in performance. Their spirited voices excel in a variety of repertoire, and I have deeply enjoyed each concert I have attended."
Philip Haldeman, American Record Guide (1996-2006)