The Oregon Chorale is a sixty-voice symphonic choir directed by Jason Sabino. Founded by Bernie Kuehn and based in Hillsboro, Oregon, the Oregon Chorale has been delighting audiences since 1985, performing choral music from around the world and maintaining an appreciation for technique while exhibiting flexibility of musical style. The passion that we have for singing challenging, beautiful music is matched only by our love of the community and the fun we create together. We have sung in over 40 languages, traveled all over the world, and are constantly looking for the next big work to perform. Our formal concerts showcase a variety of styles from Classical to Baroque, Renaissance to Contemporary. Our less formal presentations include world folk music, spirituals, dinner theater and staged shows.
Join us in March for…
Of Sound Mind
The Oregon Chorale will present a unique program that features music that sheds light on the ongoing struggles with mental health, as well as the power of music as therapy. The program will feature local non-profits and local music therapy groups that wish to further their cause and shed light on various mental health issues. Included will be Jake Runestad’s “Please Stay”. An anthem inspired by hundreds of tweets shared by individuals on World Suicide Prevention Day, 2016.
You can now Buy Season Tickets for our 2019-2020 season.
The Oregon Chorale is looking for tenors and basses!
Become A Friend of The Chorale!
If you have not previously attended Chorale concerts, we hope you take the step of coming to hear us. If you are a long-time supporter, we will appreciate your continued support. Sustaining the organization requires the generous support of individuals, businesses and foundations to further the Chorale’s activities. Please join fellow patrons of the arts in making tax deductible contributions to the Chorale.
Find more information about supporting the Oregon Chorale here.