University of Washington Chorale and members of the wider UW choral community gather this season to provide “touch in the form of embodied sound” as part of MacArthur award winning conceptual artist Ann Hamilton’s upcoming exhibit at the Henry Art Gallery. Read more about this exciting interdisciplinary project in a feature article written by UW alum Kelly Huffman here. Information about how you can add your voice to this project or come and see the exhibit is available here or by contacting Dr. Giselle Wyers.
Check out this Seattle Times review about last weekend’s stunning production of Handel’s Baroque opera Semele! There is much cause for celebration in the success of this collaboration between the choir and voice divisions at UW and Pacific MusicWorks! The chorus consisted of members of Chamber Singers, UW Chorale, Men’s Glee and Recital Choir. Next year’s production will be Magic Flute by Mozart- tune back for more details soon!