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Revels Community Chorus
February 18, 2019, 7:00 pm - May 11, 2019, 9:00 pm
Sing with Portland Revels Community Chorus for the joy of singing traditional songs together! This non- audition chorus is open to ages 8 and up. Join individually or join as a family.
The Community Chorus will be the Chorus for Portland Revels May Day Celebration with song, dance, story and ritual, including costumes, staging and guest artists!
The Community Chorus will also have the opportunity to participate in outreach performances in the Portland Metro area.
Director: Mark Douglass
Rehearsals at Rose City Presbyterian Church, 1907 NE 45th Ave, Portland, OR 97213:
Monday evenings 7pm-9pm
Feb 18, 25
March 4, 11, 18 (nothing on March 25 – spring break)
April 1, 8, 15, 22, 29
May Day Revels Event Performance: May 4 & May 11
$50 per person
$100 per family
Please contact the Portland Revels office at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at (503)274-4654 if you have questions, or if you need to request a payment plan or scholarship.
“Singing together is an ancient form of community and connection. Joining our voice with others creates a visceral experience of being a part of something greater, rather than being apart from others. Singing unites us in the face of cultural, social, and economic forces that divide us. Both research and personal experience have taught me that unaccompanied song raises the confidence of singers and contributes to their physical and emotional well-being.
In our singing sessions, we will focus on four different goals:
- Learn skills for improving vocal technique and tone
- Learn skills for teaching the songs we love to others
- Learn a handful of pieces to perform as part of our May Day community celebration
- Enjoy one another’s company and have fun!
My hope is that our choral journey this spring builds our confidence, our singing skills, and the connections within our Portland Revels community. I look forward to working with you!” – Mark Douglass, Portland Revels Community Chorus Director