Attention ‘choral and musical groups’ — Volunteer Park holiday celebration needs your pipes

Earlier this week, we reported that one element of the holiday season won’t be happening on Capitol Hill as the Cal Anderson skating rink plan will stay on ice for at least another year. We did note, however, that the snowflakes are already back on Broadway. It’s Christmas time, in the city… ding a ling. If that last sentence made you break out in song, you should consider helping out two worthy organizations as they pull together plans for a December 13th holiday celebration in Volunteer Park.

Conservatory, Volunteer Park Trust seek choral and other musical groups for holiday celebration

The Volunteer Park Conservatory and the Volunteer Park Trust are looking for choral and other musical groups to perform at the Volunteer Park Conservatory’s December 13 holiday celebration.


The free celebration, co-hosted by Friends of the Conservatory, Volunteer Park Trust, Seattle Asian Art Museum and Seattle Parks and Recreation, will be an opportunity for visitors to see the Conservatory dressed up it its holiday best. The sponsors are looking for choraland musical groups to perform for about 30 minutes between 6 and 7:30 p.m.

Interested groups can contact foc@volunteerparkconservatory.org or brooks@brookskolbllc.com.

The Friends of the Conservatory is a nonprofit organization formed in 1980 to work with Seattle Parks and Recreation to support the Conservatory’s mission through educational activities, fund raising, and public events. For more information, please see http://www.volunteerparkconservatory.org/. 

The Volunteer Park Trust is a newly formed organization working with Parks and the Seattle Parks Foundation to restore, revitalize and protect Seattle’s world famous historic, Olmsted designed park. For more information, please go to http://volunteerparktrust.org/.   

We told you about the new Volunteer Park Trust’s efforts to improve and organize events and activities at the park earlier this year. Looking forward to hearing you sing. Fa la la la la, la la la la.

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