The Chancel Choir of the historic United Methodist Church of Snoqualmie hosts a concert, 7 p.m. Sunday, May 19, at the church.
This 28-voice choir, directed by Harley Brumbaugh, has been termed “one of the hidden treasures of the Snoqualmie Valley.”
They’ll sing a variety of traditional and contemporary works as well as original compositions and arrangements. The concert will be recorded live by local sound engineer Brandon Comouche to be released on compact disc. To accommodate live recording requirements, child care will be provided.
In the spirit of the community CROP Hunger Walk, happening earlier that day, donations of non-perishable food will be accepted for distribution to Snoqualmie Valley food banks.
In addition to an evening of choral music, accompanist Rachel Combs will be featured as a piano soloist. To aid in the production costs of the album, a free-will offering will be taken during the intermission.