Carolers and SantaAnnouncing the inaugural Christmas season of the Seasons Caroling Co!

Ever since I moved back to Gig Harbor, I’ve been pondering the idea of starting a company to offer seasonal music to our community, and this year the pieces came together to make it a reality.  The Seasons Caroling Co will of course offer music at Christmas (the Harbor Carolers are the company’s a capella Christmas ensemble), but I envision this as being a year-round opportunity to connect our talented local musicians with music lovers in their community.

Since I’ve been singing professionally in the Puget Sound for 10 years now, I’ve got a great network of musicians who can sing just about anything you toss at them.  I’ve been fortunate to have a wide range of opportunities, singing everything from fully staged opera to sacred liturgical music to jazz in intimate coffeehouses.  This diversity of musical talent I’ve worked with really should have a chance to be showcased out here on the peninsula. Summer parties, weddings, birthdays, memorials… whatever the occasion, chances are that there’s a perfect fit on this roster of musicians.

Anyway, Christmas is coming and the Harbor Carolers are going to be kicking this new endeavor off soon.  It’s mid-November and everybody must have the holidays on their mind, because in the past two days my calendar has been flooded with caroling gigs from all sides.  Not that I’m complaining!  A few of these events are free and open to the public, so you are welcome to come take in a bit of holiday cheer:

December 5, 7:00-8:00 pm:  North Mason  Timberland Library (Belfair) with the Harbor Carolers

December 7, 11:00 am – 4:00 pm: Grand Ridge Plaza (Issaquah) with the Silverbells Carolers (our sister company)

December 8, 12:30 – 4:30 pm: Southcenter Mall (Tukwila) with the Starlight Carolers

Other than that, at the moment the schedule all parties, parties, parties.  Not that I’m complaining!  Dates are still coming in, so watch this page for updates. Fa la la la la… la la la la!


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