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Other Eastside Choral Music

Bellevue Chamber Chorus
"Brahmsfest" with Kirkland Choral Society and Philharmonia Northwest
March 29th, 7:30 pm

Cascadian Chorale
"And All the Earth Shall Sing"
February 22, 7:30 pm
February 23, 4 pm

Master Chorus Eastside
"Masterworks: Vivaldi's Gloria"
March 16, 2014, 3 pm

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Kirkland Choral Society’s Silver Anniversary Celebration

Friday, May 16, 8 pm Concert at First Church, Seattle
Saturday, May 17 Private Meet and Greet Gala with renowned composer Kirke Mechem
Sunday, May 18, 3 pm Concert at Bastyr University, Kenmore
Sunday, May 18, 5 pm Champagne toast honoring our 25th fantastic season after the concert


Join KCS for the fabulous grand finale of our 25th anniversary season! You’ll love our clever Silver Mass, comprised of movements from six different masterwork masses we have performed during our quarter-century; contemporary composer Ola Gjeilo’s exuberant Luminous Night of the Soul; the premiere of Laugh Till the Music Stops, a piece we commissioned for this special occasion from renowned choral composer Kirke Mechem, who will attend both performances; and more!


Previous concerts in the 2013-14 season

2013 Welcome All Wonders Welcome All Wonders

Friday, Dec. 6, 2013, 7:30pm – Bastyr University Chapel, Kenmore

Saturday, Dec. 7, 2013, 7:30pm – First United Methodist Church, Seattle

Kirkland Choral Society welcomes the holidays and rings in our silver anniversary season with favorite traditional carols as well as works by prominent contemporary composers Stephen Paulus, Ola Gjeilo, and Eric Whitacre, accompanied by handbells, oboe, harp, and strings!

Johannes Brahms (1833-1897) German composer. From photograph taken in the the last year of his life. Halftone. Brahms Fest (with Philharmonia Northwest and Bellevue Chamber Chorus)


Saturday, March 29, 2014, 7:30pm – Meany Hall, Seattle


KCS joins with Philharmonia Northwest and Bellevue Chamber Chorus in the University of Washington’s beautiful Meany Hall to perform three of Johannes Brahms’s most powerful and moving works: Tragic Overture, Schicksalslied, and Ein Deutsches Requiem.