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In the Spirit of Belonging

To close out our season of Gratitude and Belonging, our choirs will present three concerts that celebrate the sense of community singers form when singing in a choir, with music from across eras and genres that explore ideas of representation, home, unity, and connection.

Adult Choirs

Saturday, June 10th at 7pm
First Congregational Church, Bellevue

Featuring Con Brio and Concord, the two adult choirs of Columbia Choirs, this concert will explore the theme of Belonging with pieces including “All Works of Love” by Pacific Northwest composer Joan Szymko, “Joy” by Jocelyn Hagen, and “Fences” by André Thomas. This concert will also feature a joint performance of Benjamin Britten’s “Concord”, one of the choral dances from Gloriana, his opera first performed in 1953 at the coronation celebrations of Queen Elizabeth II.

Children’s Choirs

Saturday, June 17th at 12:30pm
Bastyr University Chapel

Featuring the four youngest ensembles of Columbia Choirs – Prima, Melodia, Harmonia, and Ragazzi – this concert will celebrate the spirit of Belonging through performance of a wide variety of pieces including “You’ve Got a Friend In Me” from Toy Story, “Ikan Kekek”, a Malay folk song, “Can You Hear Me?” by Bob Chilcott, and more. This concert will also feature over 100 singers in a joint performance of “Adiemus” by Sir Karl Jenkins, a song popularized by Enya and included in The Lord of the Rings movies.

Youth Choirs

Saturday, June 17th at 4pm
Bastyr University Chapel

Featuring the three youth ensembles of Columbia Choirs – Lyrica, Bel Canto, and Cantabile – this concert will explore a multitude of interpretations of Belonging through choral works such as “Grow” by Sarah Quartel, “Silentio Nocivo” by Barbara Strozzi, “Jalakamaladala” arranged by Nariman H. Wadia, and more. This concert will also feature a joint performance by our youth choirs of “The Road Home” by Stephen Paulus.

Ticket Pricing

$20 for Adults

$10 for Children (under 18 years old), Students (currently studying at college or university), and Seniors (over 65 years old).

In an effort to ensure that all community members can enjoy choral music, we also offer a Pay-What-You-Will option where you can set your ticket price at whatever level is most comfortable (no minimum cost).

Ticket Policies

Tickets must be purchased online, no later than 12 hours before the concert start time. Some tickets may be available at the door, but cannot be guaranteed.

All ticket sales are final. No refunds, exchanges, or returns of tickets.

Accessible seating is available at most concert venues. Please email [email protected] if you will need accessible seating for this performance.

Watch & Listen

View recent performance videos from all of our choirs or visit our YouTube page.