North Coast Chorale

Members of the North Coast Chorale relax after a December 2018 concert.

ASTORIA — On Thursday, Jan. 10, the North Coast Chorale starts a new season of fun, camaraderie, a little work and lots of singing.

This term, the Chorale will meet Thursdays at 6:45 p.m. in the Performing Arts Center, 588 Franklin Ave.

The Chorale will begin by preparing for its spring concert, titled “Songs of the Earth,” to be presented on May 17 and 19. This concert’s featured piece is by Hal Eastburn with Native American instruments, narration and music from indigenous peoples.

The Chorale is looking for singers in all four parts with all levels of talent, including students with strong voices in grades seventh through 12th, senior citizens and those in between.

Clatsop Community College students can earn credits while singing as a Chorale member. No auditions are required.

For more information, contact director Denise Reed at 503-338-8403 or Chorale president, Cheryl Capellen at 503-791-5681.

North Coast Chorale receives support from Oregon Arts Commission, a state agency funded by the State of Oregon.

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