Formed in 1979, our organization has grown to house two choruses, Seattle Men's Chorus and Seattle Women's Chorus. We are Washington State's largest and most influential choral organization. We are among the largest community choruses in North America.
Our voices transform society through innovative and entertaining programs that build community, illuminate the experiences of LGBTQ people and their allies, expand inclusion, and inspire justice.
Members of the choruses are representative of the large community in which we live. Members range in age, race, gender-identity, sexuality, profession, background, and outside interests. Members share a common vision - a more harmonious world that celebrates the unique identities and talents of all people.
SMC and SWC are rooted in Seattle’s LGBTQ community and are proud members of GALA Choruses, the leading association committed to serving the LGBTQ choral movement. We welcome anyone who is a member or ally of the community.
Yes! Please visit our YouTube Channel, Seattle Choruses, to see a variety of recordings.
We are a 501(c)3 non-profit arts organization graciously accepting generous tax-deductible donations. Many programs exist for donating cash and/or services to the organization, as well as matches from employers. Donations can be made online or by calling 206.323.0750 x213.
To inquire about specific bookings, please visit this page.
Auditions are held several times throughout the year. Detailed audition information can be found here.
All of the singers in the chorus are volunteers and receive no compensation for their participation in the chorus. Some members of the chorus have received professional music training and some are by vocation working within the professional and/or educational music world.
Singing members donate more than 63,000 volunteer hours per year.
We do not offer advertising opportunities; however, we do offer corporate sponsorship opportunities, which include many ways to reach our chorus members and patron base.
To learn more about becoming a sponsor, contact Samantha Berry at 206.323.0750 x202.