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We are the musical voice of labor in Seattle- a chorus of about 40 singers from all walks of life who serve the labor community in song. We appear at rallies, protests, union meetings and on stages around the Seattle area to inspire and educate in four-part harmony. Come out and hear us sing! You can also request a performance for your union or join us in rehearsal. Click on "contact" for several ways to reach us. Also, visit us on Facebook.


Would you like to help support the Seattle Labor Chorus?

Upcoming SLC Performances:

Monday, February 4th, 2019

University Bookstore

Discussion and Book Signing - 6 pm

4326 University Way NE
Seattle Washington [map]
Price: Free

The UW Press has published a new edition of the classic account of the Seattle General Strike of 1919, with new introduction, photo essay, and afterword by UW professor James Gregory.  Dr. Gregory will discuss the strike, and SLC members will provide some songs.

For more info, go here.

Wednesday, February 6th, 2019


Labor Will Feed the People: Celebrating the Seattle General Strike Centennial - 6:30 - 9 pm

Museum of History and Industry
Seattle Washington [map]
Price: $10

For six days Seattle stood still as thousands of workers walked off the job. Making headlines around the world, the 1919 General Strike inspired others in the labor movement both nationally and internationally.

Experience this historic moment through an immersive performance featuring the voices of workers, politicians, businessmen, and live music. Join us at 6:30 pm for a traveling exhibit and hands-on activities. The live performance begins at 7 pm, followed by a post-show talk back and Q & A.

Created by playwright Ed Mast and the Seattle Labor Chorus in collaboration with the UW Labor Archives of Washington and historian James Gregory.

Come early for a bite to eat at the South Lake Café before the program, open until 6:30 pm.

For disability accommodations, please contact two weeks prior to the event. Location: MOHAI Cost: $5 for MOHAI members / $10 general public

For more information or to purchase tickets: MOHAI

Saturday, February 9th, 2019

Labor Temple

Solidarity City - 1:00 - 4:00 pm

2800 1st Ave
Seattle Washington [map]
Price: Free

The Labor Archives of Washington presents "Solidarity City:  The 1919 Seattle General Strike and 100 Years of Worker Power"

Panel topics include:

  • Celebrating and Reflecting on the 1919 Seattle General Strike
  • Breaking Laws to Win Justice: What Does it Take to Win?
  • Labor Activism in Transition: Who is the Labor Movement Today?


  • Dana Frank, UCSC Professor & Author, Purchasing Power
  • Cal Winslow, Author, Seattle General Strike: The Forgotten History of America’s Greatest General Strike
  • James Gregory, UW Professor of History, Director, Seattle General Strike History Project
  • Jonathan Rosenblum, Activist and Author, Beyond $15
  • Teacher’s Union Leader from West Virginia
  • Worker from Unite Here, Local 8
  • More!

There will be music (including Seattle Labor Chorus) and food provided at the event, as well as an exhibit, curated by the Labor Archives of Washington. Co-sponsored by the Harry Bridges Center for Labor Studies, University of Washington.

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