Saturday, August 13, 2022 @ 7:00pm – 10:00pm (PDT)
Kirkland Congregational Church, Kirkland, WA, United States
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$10 adult, $20 families of 2 or more, $5 active area singers

Franz Schubert — Selected works
Felix Mendelssohn — Selected works
Johannes Brahms — Selected works
Edward Elgar — Selected works
Gabriel Fauré — Selected works
Samuel Barber — Selected works

Music of Schubert, Mendelssohn, Brahms, Elgar, Faure, and Barber.

Join this fine Kirkland based ensemble as they take a look at Das Lied, or the Art Song, and how that translated from soloists into the choral milieu.

Noted for their challenging repertoire, fine intonation and choral artistry, the Carillon Chamber Choir is a community outreach ensemble of the non-profit Kirkland Academy of Music and Performance. Directed by Founding Director, Jim Peterson, assisted by Lambros Lambros and Tatiana Boggs. 

COVID-19 Protocols: This will be a MASK ON event. Thank you.

About Carillon Chamber Choir

The Carillon Chamber Choir was founded by Jim Peterson and Joshua Sibley in 2014 as a program of the Kirkland Academy of Music and Performance. The Choir brings together singers of all ages and backgrounds to perform challenging chamber repertoire ranging from Renaissance polyphony to Bohemian Rhapsody. Past performances have included 'Gloria' by Antonio Vivaldi, 'Miserere' by Gregorio Allegri, and 'Te Deum' by Joseph Haydn, as well as a wide range of international music. Since 2016, the Choir has performed every year as the headlining group at the Leavenworth Tree Lighting Festival, opening the ceremony in front of 15,000 people. Carillon Chamber Choir welcomes singers ages 14 to 104.

Kirkland Congregational Church

106 5th Ave
Kirkland, WA 98033
United States
(425) 822-3811