ISing Choir

ISing-Choir logoDedicated to developing and promoting an appreciation of choral music through the presentation of public concerts and performances and to educate its musicians and the general public in the musical arts. 

ISing Choir welcomes singers of all ability levels and no auditions are required for participation. We perform concerts of the finest that choral music has to offer under the direction of Conductor and Artistic Director, Stephen Galván. Our benefit concerts have provided an opportunity for our patrons to support their community by donating to charitable organizations.

2018 Performances 

Misa Andina 

Zampoñas (panpipes), guitar and charango displayed on bright, woven fabric.

A celebration of traditional Andean music, the Misa Andina is sung in Spanish, Latin, Norwegian and English and accompanied by zampoñas (panpipes) of all sizes, guitar, charango, cuatro and percussion. 

This is a benefit concert. There is no charge for admission and no tickets are necessary. 100% of all donations collected will go to support our featured beneficiary, Bridging Voices. 

Friday, May 4, 7:30 pm
St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Catholic Church
3145 SW 192nd, Aloha

Saturday, May 5, 7:30 pm
St. Peter Catholic Church
5905 SE 87th Ave, Portland

Sunday, May 6, 3 pm
Christ United Methodist Church
12755 NW Dogwood St, Portland (Cedar Mill)

Doors will open 30 minutes prior to the performance. Please plan on arriving early as seating is limited.

2017 Performances

Christmas with a Japanese Twist

ISing Choir concert announcement featuring Japanese landscape including mountain and memorial landma

With our tour to Beaverton’s Sister City, Gotemba, and Friendly City, Ogaki, as well as Narita, Tokyo, and Kyoto, fresh in our minds, ISing Choir celebrated Christmas by presenting traditional choral pieces with a twist of Japanese flavor.

Guest artists joining ISing Choir included Eri Muroi from Oregon Koto-kai, Takohachi taiko drum and dance ensemble, and Big Horn Brass.

In May 2017, the group toured Sister and Friendly cities in Japan.

Mt Fuji, Japan

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