OUR 38th CONCERT SEASON
Heralding Christmas 2021
Home is where the Heart is
Sunday - December 12, 2021 - 3:00 PM
Our singers are so looking forward to sharing the special feeling of singing together for our family and friends, that reverberation of sound and spirit in bodies and hearts that only comes when we’re all in the same room! We’ll return to favorite pieces we’ve loved in recent years, songs that lifted us up during the pandemic, and familiar tunes sharing warm and joyful messages of the season.
Skagit Valley Chorale is pleased to invite you to our “Heralding Christmas 2021” concert, "Home is where the Heart is", at 3:00 p.m. PST on December 12. The Chorale will perform at Salem Lutheran Church in Mount Vernon, Washington State, with no audience present. Instead we will broadcast our music via a Zoom webinar to our families, friends, fellow musicians, and supporters. Participants must register in advance to attend the concert. There is no charge for the concert, which we offer for the enjoyment of our communities local and worldwide -- but anyone interested is welcome to donate to the Chorale through Givebutter.
We are grateful to Stephanie Tennill and VocalEase for the generous donation of 70 singer's masks
Online donations to support this concert
may be given through Givebutter
Celebrating in Song 2022
Saturday - May 7, 2022 - 7:30 PM
Sunday - May 8, 2022 - 2:00 PM
Tickets go on sale March 29, 2022
In celebration we return to singing in collaboration with others as we’re joined by members of the Skagit Symphony for two beloved pieces by Gabriel Fauré and Ludwig von Beethoven. Fauré invests his beautiful Requiem with tremendous emotional power in its journey to consolation and peace, and Beethoven’s triumphant finale to his 9th Symphony remains stirring after nearly two hundred years.
An Ode to Joy
with Skagit Symphony Chorus
and Skagit Valley Chorale
Saturday - May 21, 2022 - 7:30 PM
Sunday - May 22, 2022 - 3:00 PM
Tickets go on sale April 12, 2022
A collaborative performance with the Skagit Valley Chorale and the Skagit Symphony Chorus featuring Ludwig von Beethoven's Symphony No. 9, Op. 125 Choral.
For those planning on purchasing concert tickets, please visit the McIntyre Hall website for their
Our Past Concert Season
We want to express our sincere thanks for the nearly 800 viewers who tuned in for our virtual Christmas concert. The concert allowed Chorale members to share their love of music through song and the support we've received fills our hearts with gratitude.
Celebrating in Song 2021
Even though we did not perform our traditional Celebrating in Song concert in the spring, we still sang on Zoom, each at our own desk or comfy chair at home. We saw each other in small boxes, and we took some time to say hello and exchange greetings and news. It is nothing like singing together, hearing one another’s breathing and entrances and chords. But it is making music even when we can’t hear each other. It is learning more about rhythm and improving our vocal tone. It is following our director as he shares music he’s recorded for us. It is new music: That Lonesome Road by James Taylor and Kisses Sweeter Than Wine by The Weavers, adapted from Lead Belly. It is enjoying pieces we’ve sung before: Walden and Happy Together. It is preparing to sing Fauré’s Requiem by listening to it in a deeper, more appreciative and analytic way.
McIntyre Hall is located on the campus of the
Skagit Valley Community College.
Take exit 227 from I-5 and head east for 1.5 miles.
All concert performances are held at
McIntyre Hall Performing Arts & Conference Center
2501 East College Way, Mount Vernon, WA
For tickets call:
(360) 416-7727 ext. 2
Toll Free (866) 624-6897 ext. 2
or visit the
Prices for Reserved Seating:
$16 for all house seats
$14 for Seniors, Military and Students
$25 for box seats
Discounts with purchase of 10 or more tickets