A huge congratulations to Frank Gregory for being chosen as this year's Barbershopper of the Year! For years, Frank has led the charge to apply for grants to support chorus activities and outreach. COVID has had a big impact on our ability to raise money. But we still do have bills to pay --...more
Our directors go to great lengths to make our rehearsals effective, efficient, and fun. It's a tall order, but they're up to the challenge. What did we do this week at rehearsal?
We had sectional time to work on our Valentines songs (hopefully if you're reading this, you're planning to...more
The November through January holiday season is officially over, and it's time to look forward into the new year! That means that it's time for...
Mark your calendars now -- information will be coming soon about ordering one of our 2023 Singing Valentines. We'll...more
Woohoo! Our first official performance for 2023 was a success! We entertained the masses at Brookdale Senior Living with our world famous road show, and made a few dozen seniors and friends very happy.
Here's our director Melanie posing for a selfie with the chorus:
Happy New Year! The Seattle SeaChordsmen has had its last board meeting of the year and we were happy to get some loose ends tied up. One of the things we finalized was dispersing our last charitable donations for the year. We decided on directly donating to three organizations: Mary's Place,...more
We had a busy December! Here's a fun puzzle for you -- look through these photos of our performances and see if you can find any chorus members who performed at EVERY event!
Friday, December 2 - Figgy Pudding
What were the SeaChordsmen doing last night? Some of us were singing holiday songs in an exciting and UNIQUE location -- Vertical World North in Lynnwood. This was our first time caroling in a climbing gym, and it was a ton of fun.
Here we are singing Feast of Lights:
Still hoping to buy a Christmas tree? Have we got a recommendation for you! Members of the chorus volunteer each year to do cashier duty at the tree lot run by Queen Anne scout troops. The proceeds benefit the scouts, and also the Queen Anne Food Bank. (As a matter of fact, we ask during each...more
A small but mighty contingent from the chorus came to help celebrate the tree lighting in Queen Anne last night. We love supporting the community where we rehearse, and we're always excited to sing, period, and especially when we get a chance to practice our holiday songs right before our...more
We're pulling things together for our holiday concert, which is coming up in less than one week! We hope you'll join us -- it's gonna be a great time.
The SeaChordsmen were so happy to participate - for the 36th time - in Figgy Pudding, the annual caroling competition to benefit the Pike Market Senior Center & Food Bank! We could not have had more fun, and things could not have gone better! We came in second place for the Best Choral Group...more
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