Magnolia Chorale adds 'Dark and Luminous Night' performances

Provided to the QAM News

Magnolia Chorale invites you to our December concerts themed “Dark and Luminous Night”, led by music director Joseph To. 

This intriguing repertoire explores the journey through long winter nights and how illumination brings us comfort. It will transport audiences from the haunting harmonies of Ola Gjeilo’s Dark Night to the jubilant celebration of mystery and hope in Vivaldi’s Gloria. Visiting soloists Jenna Black, Cassidy Cheong, and a chamber orchestra will round out the performance. 

Concert tickets can be ordered online will be available through or purchased and at the door on day of show.

In May 2024, the Chorale will celebrate its 35th anniversary of making music in Magnolia with a joyful concert and celebration, including old favorites, a newly commissioned piece, food and drink, and general merriment.

Magnolia Chorale, established in 1989, is a community-based, non-profit. organization that provides opportunities for singers to perform a wide variety of sacred and secular choral music. It is an independent organization and is not affiliated with Magnolia United Church of Christ (MUCC) or Magnolia Lutheran Church (MLC) its programs, or missions. The Chorale is most grateful to MUCC and MLC for their hospitality in hosting our rehearsals and concerts.

Performances will take place at 7:30 p.m. on Saturday, Dec. 9 and 2 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 10 at Magnolia Lutheran Church, 2414 31st Avenue West, Seattle 98199.