We’re putting together a slate of choral workshops and “virtual choir” recordings over the next few months.
Join us on Tuesday, December 15 at 7:30 pm PT on YouTube or Facebook for the unveiling of our “virtual choir” performance of The Sun Never Says, by Dan Forrest, featuring cellist Eli Weinberger, and a message of selflessness and love that’s perfect for this 2020 season of giving.
Because Bellevue Chamber Chorus is unable to meet in person for a while, we’re sending out a new “newsletter” to keep in contact with our community! These emails will occur no more than 1x month, and include notes from our Artistic Director and insider updates on things that the Chorus is doing and planning for the upcoming “virtual” new season.SIGN UP for EMAIL!
Bellevue Chamber Chorus is sponsoring a competition for “emerging composers” interested in creating a new choral work for us using the poetry of Rabindranath Tagore (India) or Walt Whitman (United States), to be used in our International Poetry Extravaganza concert (date TBA). The composition deadline is December 31, 2020. For more details click the button below!LEARN MORE
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Bellevue Chamber Chorus, founded in 1984 in Bellevue, Washington, exists to bring beauty and artistic inspiration to the community through the choral arts. A few notable facts about the chorus:
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In 2013, our 30th anniversary year, we released the first Bellevue Chamber Chorus holiday CD, “Christmas Visions, Winter Dreams”, a delightful compilation of our holiday performance highlights. We no longer have an online sales outlet, so email us at email@example.com if you’d like a CD!