Northwest Repertory Singers

Celebrate!  Treasured Memories and New Visions

Celebrate! Treasured Memories & New Visions

Saturday, June 9, 2018, 7:30 p.m.
   Mason United Methodist Church, Tacoma WA
   Pre-concert lecture 6:30-7:00 p.m.

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NWRS will be joined by members of Symphony Tacoma as we present Morten Lauridsen's Lux aeterna revealing both God's eternal light and the inner light of a young, carefree heart. John Corigliano's Fern Hill and Randall Stroope's The Pasture will reflect upon a golden childhood spent on a farm, just as our esteemed director experienced firsthand. 
NWRS is also honored to present two world  premieres. Abend, a new work by Paul's son, David Schultz, is based on the poetry of Rainier Maria Rilke. Meet Me in the Green Glen, composed by Donna Gartman Schultz, is based on text by John Clare. In a finale you do not want to miss, NWRS alumni will join us on stage for Morten Lauridsen's sublime Sure on This Shining Night and Mack Wilberg's hope-filled Anthem of Peace.

Please click here for a note from our Artistic Director. 


As we continue to put the finishing touches on Dr. Paul Schultz' final choral conducting performance on June 9, we are thrilled to give you, our loyal NWRS friends, colleagues, alumni and supporters, a direct way to honor Dr. Schultz.

We have assembled some of the top musicians in the area from Symphony Tacoma to help us perform Celebrate!  Treasured Memories & New Visions.    Please click here to give a donation for this one-time only event.  Your tax-deductible gift of any amount will help us reach our goal of raising $5,000 to help cover the costs of this concert.


Northwest Repertory Singers group photo

Northwest Repertory Singers is a premiere vocal ensemble whose mission is to enrich and educate the Northwest community through the promotion and development of choral music. Members are selected through a rigorous audition process, comes from a rich musical tradition, and regularly rehearses Monday evenings from 7:00-9:30 between mid-September and the first week in June. The collective effect of this experience is an ensemble with an unparalleled commitment to the musical, emotional, and technical performance of a broad range of musical styles and genres.

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