Photograph by Ron Anderson

The Northwest Chorale has been feeding those in need since 1978, and currently presents concerts during the Christmas season and in late spring. We also sponsor a Messiah sing-along/play-along each year during the holiday season.

All Northwest Chorale concerts are free to attend. Donations are graciously accepted with all funds going to benefit Northwest Harvest.

2023-2024 Season Concerts & Events

Spring Concert - "Celebrate Spring! Songs of Love, Life, and Faith"
 Celebrate the return of spring with the lively Zigeunerlieder (Gypsy Songs) by Johannes Brahms, the wit and wisdom of Joseph Haydn’s Part Songs, and the beautiful & prayerful Five Mystical Songs by Ralph Vaughn Williams featuring baritone soloist Michael Drumheller.
 Saturday May 11, 2024, 3:00PM Haller Lake United Methodist Church
13055 1st Ave NE Seattle 98125
 Saturday May 18, 2024, 3:00PM Edmonds United Methodist Church
828 Caspers St., Edmonds, WA 98020
Winter Concert - "A Ceremony of Carols" and More!
  We celebrate the Christmas season with Benjamin Brittan's classic "A Ceremony of Carols", Poulenc's "Four Motets for Christmas," and other short seasonal works.
 Saturday December 2, 3:00PM Luther Memorial Lutheran Church
13047 Greenwood Ave N, Seattle, WA 98133
 Sunday December 10, 3:00PM Edmonds United Methodist Church
828 Caspers St., Edmonds, WA 98020

Schubert's Mass No 5 in A Flat MajorSpring, 2023
Handel's MessiahWinter, 2022
Springtime/ReturningSpring, 2022
(Covid cancellations - Spring 2020 - Winter 2021)
Christmas TidingsWinter, 2019
A Very Choral Springtime, featuring Rutter's 'Requiem'Spring, 2019
A Very Choral Christmas, featuring Poulenc's 'Gloria'Winter, 2018
Mendelssohn's ElijahSpring, 2018
Handel's MessiahWinter, 2017
Handel's Israel in EgyptSpring, 2017
A Very Choral ChristmasWinter, 2016

"In the Pacific Northwest we are blessed with wonderful orchestral, choral, and chamber groups not well known on the national stage. Each year, so much fine music is available to everyone, and Northwest Chorale must be considered near the top in performance. Their spirited voices excel in a variety of repertoire, and I have deeply enjoyed each concert I have attended."
Philip Haldeman, American Record Guide (1996-2006)