The Olympic Peninsula Men’s Chorus presents “Happy Together”. October 21st at Sequim High School. Special guests the Sequim High School Choir.
The shows are dedicated to Byron Nelson, who passed away recently. Byron was the Sequim Police Chief (1996 – 2002) and was also a chorus member and past president.
Buy your tickets now at $12 and save $3.
The “At The Door” price is $15.
A portion of the proceeds will be donated to the Sequim HS Choir to support their travel to Carnegie Hall in 2018. Come out and support OPMC and the SHS Choir.
Part of the Olympic Peninsula Men’s Chorus finishing a rehearsal for our October 21st shows — “Happy Together”
The Olympic Peninsula Men’s Chorus presents “Barbershop and Doo Wop — Notes For OTA” on Saturday May 6 at Olympic Theatre Arts. Two shows, 2pm and 7pm, to raise funds to support Olympic Theatre Arts.
The Olympic Peninsula Men’s Chorus, under the direction of Jim Davis, will be performing, as well as the quartet “No Batteries Required”. Plus a special appearance by Willy Woods and his human. Tickets are $15 dollars with all proceeds going to Olympic Theatre Arts.
Tickets will be available at the OTA Box office 414 N. Sequim Ave and also At The Door.
Come out and support the Olympic Peninsula Men’s Chorus and Olympic Theatre Arts.
At Olympic Theatre Arts we strive to entertain, educate, and inspire community involvement through experiences in the arts.
The Olympic Peninsula Men’s Chorus is sponsoring “Free Singing Lessons” for men of all ages. Four 1 hour sessions starting on May 9th and continuing May 16, 23, and 30. All sessions will start at 6:30 and will be held at Olympic Theatre Arts at 414 N. Sequim Ave in Sequim.
There is no charge for any of the sessions and you can come to as many as you like. No experience is required.
The voice teacher will be Kyra Humphrey.
Kyra is a Washington native, born in Spokane, where she attended Gonzaga University. She continued her education at the University of Washington, where she completed her M.M. in Vocal Performance in 1983. She was on the voice faculty at Northwest College in Kirkland, maintained a full-time private vocal studio in Seattle, performed regularly as a soloist with Pacific Northwest Ballet and the Seattle Choral Company, and was director of contemporary music at St. Monica Catholic Church on Mercer Island.
The Olympic Peninsula Men’s Chorus will be singing at the Port Angeles U.S. Coast Guard station Veteran’s Day ceremony on November 11th. The ceremony generally begins around 10am and everyone is welcome.
Click on the picture to see the chorus singing “Goodnight Sweetheart”
The chorus and the quartet “No Batteries Revised” will be singing on the Sunny Farms stage on August 20th at 11am. Come on out and enjoy some great music and some “fair” food.
June 25th the Olympic Peninsula Men’s Chorus will be presenting “Harmony Harvest” at 2pm and 7:07pm at Sequim HS auditorium. A portion of the proceeds will go to the Sequim Food Bank’s “Backpack” program, which provides kids with nutritious food for the weekend when they don’t have access to school lunch programs. Our guests will be the Mark Lorentzen and the Peninsula Family Theatre group. More to come . .
May 23rd “Bluegrass and Barbershop, Notes for OTA”
The Olympic Peninsula Men’s Chorus will be presenting 2 shows on May 23rd (2pm matinee and 6:30pm evening) to benefit “Olympic Theatre Arts” of Sequim. Along with the chorus, the quartet “No Batteries Required” will be featured and you can hear our special guests the country band “Luck of the Draw” and our headliner the bluegrass band “FarmStrong”. Come on out and see a great show and support the arts in Sequim.
Tickets are $20 General Admission and $10 for Youth and they are available at Olympic Theatre Arts 414 N. Sequim Ave.
At The Door or
Click Here to order tickets on-line.
Do you like to sing?
Maybe it’s in your car, or you like the sound in the shower, or just around the house.
Then you are the guy we are looking for.
The Olympic Peninsula Men’s Chorus welcomes singers of all musical levels. Most of the guys can’t read music and had never sung in front of an audience before joining. There are no auditions and you won’t be judged on your abilities. Men of all ages are welcome; you can even come with your son or grandson.
We learn the songs with the help of learning tracks and by practicing in rehearsals. In rehearsals you will be partnered with someone who has some experience so you can learn from and with them.
With the use of learning tracks you can practice whenever and wherever you want, even in the privacy of your car or home.
You will enjoy camaraderie with the other guys and a team experience in learning and performing the music.
….. . . And it is fun!
We rehearse every Tuesday evening at 6:30 at Olympic Theatre Arts 414 N Sequim Ave in Sequim. You are welcome to stop by and just listen. Bring your wife, girl friend, neighbor, son or grandson.