Bainbridge Sings!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Is your regular chorus taking a break for the summer? Missing the fun of gathering to sing with your fellow choristers each week?
Get your choral fix at the Bainbridge Chorale Summer Sings, a series of three Monday evening open-to-the-public choral reading sessions.

July 24:

Members of the Bainbridge Chorale and others will read through songs  by American composers, including arrangements of spirituals, folk songs, Randall Thompson’s beloved Frostiana suite, Eric Whitacre’s now-classic Sleep, and others. Some music reading ability is a plus.

July 31:
We’ll get a head start on the holidays with a peek at some of the Chorale holiday repertoire, including lively arrangements of classics like Jingle Bells, John Rutter’s lyrical contemporary carol, All Bells in Paradise, and a gentle and contemplative arrangement of Ave Maria by one of the most widely-revered contemporary composers, Morten Lauridsen.

August 7:
If you attended the Bainbridge Chorale’s performance of Carmina Burana last April in collaboration with the Bainbridge Symphony Orchestra, you’re aware of what a colossally entertaining work it is. Here’s your chance to take a run at the choruses in the company of Chorale singers for support. 
We’ll also sing the familiar works by Mozart, Haydn, Beethoven and Brahms that rounded out the April program.

When: July 24, 31 and August 7, 7pm to 9pm

Where: Grace Episcopal Church, 8595 NE Day Rd, Bainbridge Island

Admission: $10 cash or check only, please. Students 18 and under admitted free.

The 2017-2018 Season

Celebrate the holidays with the Chorale on December 9 & 10 as we present Sing We Now of Christmas, a festive mix of seasonal songs, including new arrangements of traditional favorites, as well as stunning contemporary works. Along with the full 80-voice ensemble, we will showcase the men's, women's and chamber ensembles, as well as the Cantabile ensemble of the Olympic Girls' Choir.

 

Journey with the Chorale from Darkness Into Light on April 21 & 22, a program reflecting the eternal cycle of death, rebirth and renewal as winter ends followed by spring's renewal of light and life.