Norwegian Male Chorus
Seattle, WA

The Seattle Chorus — to celebrate their 125th Anniversary — hosted the 2014 Sangerfest on June 19, 20 and 21. The Grand Concert was presented in McCaw Hall, the premier ballet and opera venue at Seattle Center, on the 21st.

The Norwegian Male Chorus of Seattle was founded in 1889 — the year of Washington’s statehood — and is the oldest continuously operating choral organization in Seattle.

In addition to the annual Sangerfest, our performance schedule includes Sons of Norway Leif Erikson Lodge functions, Yulefest and Tivoli Viking Days events at the Nordic Heritage Museum and the Sytende Mai Parade. The chorus combines with other area heritage choirs including the Norwegian Ladies’ Chorus and the Finnish and Swedish choruses in Seattle for concerts, as well as hosting their own concerts through the year.

Rehearsals

Rehearsals take place every Monday evening at 7:30 at the Nordic Heritage Museum, at 3014 NW 67th Street, except for the last Monday of the month. That rehearsal is located at the Norse Home 5311 Phinney Ave N.

For more information, contact us at seattle@pcnsa.org.

Officers

Jens Eysteinsson
President
Kim Gronvold
Vice President
Ralph Federspiel
Corresponding
Secretary
Chris Peterson
Financial/
Membership Secretary
Dan Woxland
Treasurer
Howard Slauson
Marshal
Ola Bergsholm
Librarian
Martin Lode
Assistant Librarian
Ted Ormbrek
Historian
Svein Nyhammer
Trustee
Don Vadset
Trustee
Julie Parsons
Director
Photo: Pinehurst Photography
Thomas Varas
Accompanist