University of Washington Chorale sings with the Seattle Symphony!


     The University of Washington Chorale is excited to join the UW Chamber Singers and the Seattle Symphony at Benaroya Hall in Downtown Seattle this coming weekend for the performance of “Some Enchanted Evening: Rodgers & Hammerstein Celebration”. The concert is summarized by this excerpt from the Seattle Symphony website:

“Celebrate the golden age of Broadway! New York Pops music director Steven Reineke brings to life the legendary music of Rodgers and Hammerstein. Broadway actors Ashley Brown (Mary PoppinsBeauty and the Beast) and Aaron Lazar (The Last ShipA Little Night Music), along with baritone Jonathan Estabrooks and University of Washington Choirs, join the Seattle Symphony for a memorable program of favorites from Oklahoma!, Carousel, South Pacific and more.”

The singers of UW Chorale have been working tirelessly on music for this concert, which opens this Friday, March 6th, at 8:00 pm. Additional shows are on Saturday, March 7th (also 8:00 pm) and a matinee on Sunday, March 8th (2:00 pm). Additional information can be found on the Seattle Symphony website, here.

Look for another post coming soon about what we have already accomplished this quarter, and what is coming after these performances!

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About University of Washington Chorale

The UW Chorale is a premiere undergraduate choral ensemble at UW and is known for its highly expressive performances and technical abilities. Entrance is competitive, and is based upon the following factors: strong vocal technique, strong sight-singing skills, expressive depth, a solid work ethic, and the willingness to work communally with others to reach the highest possible standards. UW Chorale plays an active role in promoting the UW music department through frequent performances and community appearances, as well as a yearly tour and/or CD recording.