Seattle Peace Chorus is creating musical performances to promote peace and justice
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Seattle Peace Chorus provides a unique choral experience for listeners and singers who believe in the power of music to promote peace and justice and inspire action. Our commitment to peace and social justice creates a special bond among members and with our audiences.



This year we premiered director Frederick N. West’s People of the Drum, which honored the legacy of Native Americans. The composition was embraced by our Native American guest artists and helped to create important bonds of friendship in our community, increasing awareness of the struggle, the history, and the great cultural gifts of the first peoples of our continent.

This Fall, our “Music Crosses Borders” concert represented musical traditions from Latin America, India, Russia, and African America. We featured a new work by Sondra Segundo-Cunningham, and performances by Mexican harpist Abel Rocha, violinist Madeleine Sosa, and Alma Villegas, a Mexican-born singer with a world-class alto voice who will also be singing in our Spring concert.

In January 2019, the chorus is traveling to San Antonio, El Paso, Tuscon, and Riverside to sing for immigrant rights.

We celebrate diversity in all of our presentations. The 45 voices of Seattle Peace Chorus are a beautifully tuned and powerful voice for peace and justice in this time of great apprehension.

Read more about Seattle Peace Chorus on our website, seattlepeacechorus.org. Seattle Peace Chorus is a 501C-3 nonprofit organization, so your donations are tax-deductible.
Tiers
Peace Lover
$5 or more per month

You have our sincere gratitude for helping us sing for peace and justice! We would like to add your name to the list of contributors on our website (unless you prefer we don’t). 

Peace Supporter
$15 or more per month

Thank you for supporting us. You have our sincere gratitude for helping us sing for peace and justice! We would like to add your name to the list of contributors on our website (unless you prefer we don’t). In addition we will send you a monthly photo or brief recording of a rehearsal or concert, with a note about the music.

Peace Patron
$25 or more per month

Thank you so much! You have our sincere gratitude for helping us sing for peace and justice! We will add your name to the list of contributors on our website (unless you prefer we don’t). We will send you a monthly photo or brief recording of a rehearsal or concert, with a note about the music. In addition, we will offer you tickets and prime seating at our concerts.


Peace Angel
$50 or more per month

We are moved by your generosity. You have our sincere gratitude for helping us sing for peace and justice! We will add your name to the list of contributors on our website (unless you prefer we don’t). We will send you a monthly photo or brief recording of a rehearsal or concert, with a note about the music. In addition, we will offer you tickets and prime seating at our concerts, invite you to our cast parties, and send you CDs of our concerts when they become available.

Seattle Peace Chorus provides a unique choral experience for listeners and singers who believe in the power of music to promote peace and justice and inspire action. Our commitment to peace and social justice creates a special bond among members and with our audiences.



This year we premiered director Frederick N. West’s People of the Drum, which honored the legacy of Native Americans. The composition was embraced by our Native American guest artists and helped to create important bonds of friendship in our community, increasing awareness of the struggle, the history, and the great cultural gifts of the first peoples of our continent.

This Fall, our “Music Crosses Borders” concert represented musical traditions from Latin America, India, Russia, and African America. We featured a new work by Sondra Segundo-Cunningham, and performances by Mexican harpist Abel Rocha, violinist Madeleine Sosa, and Alma Villegas, a Mexican-born singer with a world-class alto voice who will also be singing in our Spring concert.

In January 2019, the chorus is traveling to San Antonio, El Paso, Tuscon, and Riverside to sing for immigrant rights.

We celebrate diversity in all of our presentations. The 45 voices of Seattle Peace Chorus are a beautifully tuned and powerful voice for peace and justice in this time of great apprehension.

Read more about Seattle Peace Chorus on our website, seattlepeacechorus.org. Seattle Peace Chorus is a 501C-3 nonprofit organization, so your donations are tax-deductible.

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Tiers
Peace Lover
$5 or more per month

You have our sincere gratitude for helping us sing for peace and justice! We would like to add your name to the list of contributors on our website (unless you prefer we don’t). 

Peace Supporter
$15 or more per month

Thank you for supporting us. You have our sincere gratitude for helping us sing for peace and justice! We would like to add your name to the list of contributors on our website (unless you prefer we don’t). In addition we will send you a monthly photo or brief recording of a rehearsal or concert, with a note about the music.

Peace Patron
$25 or more per month

Thank you so much! You have our sincere gratitude for helping us sing for peace and justice! We will add your name to the list of contributors on our website (unless you prefer we don’t). We will send you a monthly photo or brief recording of a rehearsal or concert, with a note about the music. In addition, we will offer you tickets and prime seating at our concerts.


Peace Angel
$50 or more per month

We are moved by your generosity. You have our sincere gratitude for helping us sing for peace and justice! We will add your name to the list of contributors on our website (unless you prefer we don’t). We will send you a monthly photo or brief recording of a rehearsal or concert, with a note about the music. In addition, we will offer you tickets and prime seating at our concerts, invite you to our cast parties, and send you CDs of our concerts when they become available.