Sacred Music Chorale

Concert: Seattle Sings! Festival

Description

Come witness firsthand the incredible diversity of Seattle’s choral community at the free “Seattle Sings!” choral festival on October 11-12, 2013. Taking place in the amazing acoustics of St. Mark’s Cathedral, the festival will feature performances from 27 local groups on Friday evening and all day Saturday ... and it’s all free! Of course, the Sacred Music Chorale will be there as well, so come see us on Saturday morning at 11:00am as we perform in this great space, and then join with two other choirs to premiere a newly-composed work by local composer Kia Sams. Then stick around to hear more great Seattle-area choirs all day. Once again, this is a free event, no tickets necessary!

Performances

Music Performed

Soprano

  • Kim Carlson
  • Barbara Erickson
  • Eliza Fox
  • Heidi Goins
  • Nancy Ito-Anderson
  • Julee Jackson
  • Carol Kovak
  • Katie Larson
  • Terri Lundquist
  • Kathy Reichlin
  • Laura Robinett
  • Karin Rogers
  • Diane Taniguchi
  • Margaret Thompson

Alto

  • Jennifer Anderson
  • Donna Cauthorn
  • Nancy Clinkenbeard
  • Pam Davies
  • Colleen Kirkwood Harriott
  • Kathy Pearson
  • Thelma Strand

Tenor

  • Dave Broweleit
  • Walt Davis
  • Trip Edgerton
  • Aaron Giles
  • Jonathan Hanneman
  • Jacob Huntington
  • Craig McDonald
  • Terry Rogers

Bass

  • Bob Davies
  • John Gordon
  • Bill Green
  • Richard Kovak
  • Ken Machtley
  • David Nasby
  • Bill Prather
  • Bernie Silbernagel

Additional

  • Mark Adrian

St. Mark’s Cathedral

1245 Tenth Avenue East, Seattle 98102

Driving Directions

From Northbound I-5: Take the Olive Way exit off of I-5. The ramp will take you to the right. Proceed up to the top of the hill to Broadway. Take a left on Broadway. Go through the shopping district. After the shopping district, Broadway becomes 10th Ave East. Continue on 10th Ave as it enters the residential district. The entrance to the Cathedral parking lot is on the left at the second light after you enter the residential district.

From Southbound I-5, take the Boylston Street exit #168A. At stoplight, turn left onto E. Roanoke Street and stay in the right hand lane. Go to the 2nd stoplight (just past the fire station) and turn right onto 10th Ave E. Go to the top of the hill. The Cathedral is on the right. The entrance is at E. Galer. There is a pedestrian stop light at this intersection.

From the 520 bridge, take the Roanoke/Harvard Exit. Turn right at the stoplight on to E. Roanoke Street. Go to the next stoplight (just past the fire station) and turn right onto 10th Ave E. Go to the top of the hill. The Cathedral is on the right. The entrance is at E. Galer Street. There is a pedestrian stop light at this intersection.