Columbia City Community Chorus spring session
Looking for a place to connect with your neighbors, have fun, make a joyful noise, and make a difference? Come sing with us!
The Columbia City Community Chorus spring session starts Tuesday March 22 and runs til June 14. Open registration through April 5. We rehearse Tuesdays 7:30 - 9pm at the Columbia City Church of Hope 3818 S Angeline.
For more information contact director Kathleen Tracy at 725-0341 ten.ysaekaeps|ycartneelhtak#ten.ysaekaeps|ycartneelhtak or visit kathleentracy.com.
Columbia City Community Chorus Spring Session
(March 22 - June 14) Open registration through April 5
Rehearsals on Tuesdays 7:30 - 9pm
Columbia City Church of Hope
3818 S Angeline St
The Columbia City Community Chorus, directed by Kathleen Tracy, welcomes people of all ages and cultures to come together in a fun, inclusive and spirited singing community. There is no audition, and no singing experience is required, just a desire to sing in harmony with others. We are not affiliated with any particular religion or spiritual path.
If you have always been a singer you'll love this chorus. If you are new to singing or have been told you can't sing … this is the place for you!
Kathleen Tracy is a singer/songwriter, choir director, teacher, and workshop presenter who has lived in Southeast Seattle for over 20 years. She can be contacted at 725-0341 ten.ysaekaeps|ycartneelhtak#ten.ysaekaeps|ycartneelhtak
Being part of the chorus has been an amazing experience. I love the way I can just come, bring my voice and be present. Its one of the rare times, since I have been a parent, that there is nothing to prepare, nothing to bring, just being is enough. I always leave happy and it stays with me in the in between. — Eve Soffer
It has been a joy to sing with Kathleen…I always feel uplifted by the music, her positive direction and the good nature of the group. — Vivian Montoya
I love the casual feel of the group, the chance to be an adult and sing in a non-church choir, meeting new people, learning about harmony, etc. I love the informal and welcoming tone! — Lisa Ondrejcek
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