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.
You can support us
Keeping the Labor Chorus Singing takes money as well as time, effort and audiences. You can show your support by coming to our gigs, letting us know about performance opportunities, and by donating to us. We are a 501(3)c organization and your donations are tax deductible. You can use the 'Donate' button above to make an on-line gift, or you can send funds to us at PO Box 17961, Seattle WA 98127-1954. All donations will be used to support our ongoing work and to pay our director.
Dear Friends and Supporters of the Seattle Labor Chorus,
We are so happy to announce our Interim Director, Miriam Anderson! She will help us continue to give labor a voice in the streets and in concert halls. She is an accomplished conductor, and she has a passion for singing songs of social significance.
Miriam has been involved in music her whole life, and began singing in choir and playing percussion at a young age. In 2011 she received her BA in music and peace and conflict studies from UC Berkeley, and in 2017 received her MM in choral conducting from the University of Washington. Outside of the Seattle Labor Chorus, Miriam works with a number of local ensembles including the Seattle Girls Choir Piccolini ensemble, Skyline Chorale, Foundation House Sound of Music Chorus, the Northminster Presbyterian Church Choir, Choir of the Sound, and the Seattle Youth Opera Project.
No rehearsals for the rest of the 2019/2020 Season
Please check back at the end of April for updates, all questions can be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you. Our decision to refrain from gathering comes as a response to King County Public Health, the Mayor, the Governor and common sense.