We hope to see you in our audience this year.

This season, my first with NWCC, we orient ourselves through cycles of nature: endings that lead to beginnings, the natural ebb and flow of our earth, and the mirror of ourselves that we find in the vibrant world around us.

David Lang’s “again (after ecclesiastes)” serves as a framing device, a piece inspired by cycles that reminds us that “we are changed by the experiences we have, sometimes in ways so small or subtle that we are not even aware of them ourselves.” That we can be transformed yet remain the same. That if we look around us—in nature, at our companions on this earth—and follow along, we might see a reflection of who we are, and our place among all of it. Lang hopes that “the time spent with [his] piece [makes] it possible to hear something new”.  

We hope your time spent with us this season will transform you and encourage you to hear, and consider, something new.

—— Jeremy Edelstein, Artistic Director


December: Nature Morte 

  • Saturday, December 2nd, 2023 at 7:30pm
  • Sunday, December 10th, 2023 at 3:00pm 

March:  The Peace of Wild Things

  • Sunday, March 17th, 2024 at 3:00pm 
  • Saturday, March 23rd, 2024 at 7:30pm

June:  a blue true dream of sky

  • Sunday, June 2nd, 2024 at 3:00pm 
  • Saturday, June 8th, 2024 at 7:30pm


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Featured Musicians:

Jeremy Edelstein Artistic Director

Jeremy Edelstein embarks on his first season as artistic director of the Northwest Chamber Chorus in the fall of 2023. He is also the founder of the Twinbird Project, a flexible vocal ensemble interested in presenting innovative concert programs in unconventional spaces. Previously, Jeremy served as director of music & worship arts at First Presbyterian Church of Deerfield. He feels equally at home with singers and instrumentalists, in a variety of genres, and collaborating across art forms. Poetry, fresh air, and good coffee are the keys to his heart.

He holds a master’s degree in choral conducting from Northwestern University where he studied under Grammy-winning conductor Donald Nally and served as the conductor for Northwestern Camerata and assistant conductor of the University Singers.

Youngjin Joo Accompanist

Youngjin Joo is an organist, pianist, and collaborative artist. One of her earliest memories is playing the piano sitting on her mom’s lap. Her mom was her first piano teacher and has been her greatest supporter. She was introduced to the organ during her senior year of high school. These two keyboard instruments have been her passion. She has a great interest in improvisation in various styles. She studied music theory/composition and music education at Seoul National University and holds a Master of Music in Organ Performance from the University of Washington. She is the organist at Bellevue Presbyterian Church, and she also accompanies at Northwest Girlchoir and PNB school.

Brent Woo Accompanist

Brent Woo is a collaborative pianist based in Seattle who enjoys sharing the joy of music with audiences of all kinds. Brent has performed with Harmonia Orchestra & Chorus at Benaroya Hall and has staged solo music events in venues ranging from Caffe Appassionato to the Boston and NYC subways. He has played organ for First United Methodist Church of Torrance, Bellevue Presbyterian, and Third Church of Christ, Scientist in Seattle, and he has been a seasonal piano entertainer for Hotel Sorrento. He is excited to be joining the Northwest Chamber Chorus for the season.


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