Northwest Girlchoir concerts Dec 3 and 17

Sunday, November 27, 2016

Get in the spirit of the season with Northwest Girlchoir!

Northwest Girlchoir is excited to present two concerts this season that feature holiday songs about the winter night sky: December Moon, December Stars on Saturday, December 3rd, and Brightest Winter Stars on Saturday, December 17th.

December Moon, December Stars features Northwest Girlchoir’s advanced choirs in a reflective evening that boasts holiday repertoire illuminated by sun, moon, and stars, including “Moon of Wintertime,” “Chasing the Northern Lights,” and “Amid the Splendors of the Sun.” And, don’t miss the world premiere of Northwest Girlchoir’s newly commissioned piece, “Ave Maris Stella” by Seattle composer Jessica French.

On December 17th, Northwest Girlchoir fills the stage at Meany Hall with over 250 voices in our all-choir, family-friendly concert, Brightest Winter Stars!

Northwest Girlchoir
Featuring songs about twinkling lights in the distance, cozy winter evenings, and the beauty and joy of the season, there’s nothing like the tradition of Northwest Girlchoir at the holidays. You’ll hear carols from Mexico, Denmark, and England, classics “with a twist” by Mozart and Tallis, spirituals from the African-American tradition, and contemporary favorites from Judy Garland and Coldplay. And join in a singalong with 40+ years of Northwest Girlchoir alumnae!

Tickets available online

December Moon, December Stars
Saturday, December 3, 2016, 7:00pm
First Free Methodist Church, Seattle

Brightest Winter Stars
Saturday, December 17, 2016 | 3:00pm
Meany Hall, University of Washington

Start Singing in January!

Northwest Girlchoir is also accepting new singers from grades 1-12 to join us in January. Learn more online. Girls in grades 1-2 may sign up for Prep Choir on the website – no audition required. Singers in grades 3-12 are invited to audition; the next audition date is December 19. Visit our website to schedule your audition and start singing! Generous scholarships are available.


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