Wenatchee Columbia Chorale

Performing choral masterpieces for over 35 years!

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Voices and strings

  • Grace Lutheran Church 1408 Washington Street Wenatchee, WA, 98801 United States (map)

The Columbia Chorale will partner with the Wenatchee High School
Chamber Orchestra, under the direction of Beth Jensen, to present
works from three musical time periods: Baroque, Romantic and 20th-
Century. Featured works are the lyrical Mass in G by Franz Schubert,
the energetic and lively setting of the Credo by Antonio Lotti and the
lush, dynamic Magnificat by Gerald Finzi. Concert will take place
Saturday, March 4, 7:00 p.m. at Grace Lutheran Church in Wenatchee.

Earlier Event: December 16
Christmas with the Columbia Chorale
Later Event: April 28
Good News!..Songs of Africa-America

Our 2018-2019 Concert Season:

“Christmas Around the World”

Friday, December 14, 7:30pm - Numerica Performing Arts Center

We’re back at the PAC for another very special evening of holiday music from around the world! Experience the season from four different continents as we explore the sounds of Christmas in Europe, Africa, South America, and North America. The Columbia Vocal Ensemble will also perform. Don’t miss this opportunity to get into the “global” Christmas spirit!

“Great Choral Classics”

Saturday, March 2, 7:00pm - Grace Lutheran Church

Representing some of the great classical composers of Western music, works by Bach, Handel, Mozart, Beethoven, Mendelssohn, Brahms and others are on the program. A performance of Mozart’s Mass in C (Coronation Mass) with chamber orchestra and soloists will be featured. If you long to hear great choral classics, this is the concert for you!

“Songs From the British Isles”

Friday, April 26, 7:30pm - Grace Lutheran Church

...will be the theme of this Official 2019 Washington State Apple Blossom Festival event featuring folk tunes, madrigals, stage pieces and classical works by well-known composers from England, Ireland and Scotland. A wide variety of music, from the renaissance to the modern day, will tickle your earbones and leave your Irish eyes smiling!