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We are the musical voice of labor in Seattle- a chorus of about 40 singers from all walks of life who serve the labor community in song. We appear at rallies, protests, union meetings and on stages around the Seattle area to inspire and educate in four-part harmony. Come out and hear us sing! You can also request a performance for your union or join us in rehearsal. Click on "contact" for several ways to reach us. Also, visit us on Facebook.




The Seattle Labor Chorus completed our third musical album, titled

“Gonna Rise Again”

Songs on the CD include originals never recorded before, “chestnuts” ranging from Dylan’s angry “Masters of War” to “Mr. Ad-man,” a playful parody of “Mr. Sandman” satirizing our advertising saturated commercial culture. Arrangements are varied and complex, from doo-wop to jazz harmonies to Balkan dissonances.

“Gonna Rise Again” honors the history and resurgence of the labor movement and people’s movements with songs against war, for immigrant rights, about strikes and organizing, about liberation, and against exploitation.

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Upcoming performances:

Sunday, May 28th, 2017

Charlotte Martin Theatre, Seattle Center

Labor Showcase at NW Folklife Festival - 7:30-10:00 PM

201 Thomas St
Seattle Washington 98109
Price: Folklife runs on your donations!

Another great Labor Showcase awaits you at this year's Northwest Folklife Festival.Amplifying this year's theme of celebrating the 20th anniversary of Festal--the series of smaller festivals that appreciate the many and diverse cultures we have in our region--the SLC brings you gritty and inspiring stories from our immigrant communities illustrated with song from the Chorus. The rest of the 2 1/2 hour show will feature stories by and about Native Americans, spoken word from the Black Lives Matter movement, and a lively Kenyan band.mmerse yourself in the hot topics of immigration and cultural diversity!  Come to Seattle Center, the Charlotte Martin Theatre, on Sunday evening May 28th, 7:30-10:00 P.M.

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