We’re looking forward to being featured at the City of Tacoma’s Kaleidescope arts month event on October 3rd City of Tacoma’s arts night called Kaleidoscope on October 3rd at about 7pm. This event runs from 6-8pm and will be held at the Normanna Hall at 1106 S 15th St.Tacoma, WA 98405 We’re looking forward to seeing all Read more about TRC Has Two Performances this week![…]
Tacoma Refugee Choir has two upcoming performances! October 3rd – City of Tacoma’s arts night called Kaleidoscope on October 3rd we’ll be going on at about 7pm. The event runs from 6-8pm and will be held at the Normanna Hall at 1106 S 15th St.Tacoma, WA 98405 October 4th – WE Day at Life Center Church Read more about Upcoming Events[…]
TRC will be performing at the University of Puget Sound’s Race and Pedagogy National Conference September 28 + 29. Information on registration to the conference can be found here: UPS Race and Pedagogy Conference. Being an organization that champions diversity, we’re ecstatic to be a part of this event.
Come join us at our season kickoff September 11th as we make a stand to unite our community. We are excited and looking forward to your presence at what should be a fantastic event.
Featuring the Tacoma Refugee Choir, live band, poetry and stories, original songs by members of the choir, dancer Vorece Miller, paintings of refugees and immigrants by Jonathan Hanks and Caribbean singer Anthony Cole. The performance is 7pm on May 12th at: Stewart Middle School 5010 Pacific Avenue Tacoma, WA 98408 Free admission – first come Read more about Tacoma Refugee Choir presents “Refugee Stories” on May 12th[…]
Featuring Wanz, Caleb Jermaine, Stephanie Anne Johnson and the Tacoma Refugee Choir. The performance is 7pm on March 10th at: Urban Grace Church 902 Market St Tacoma, WA 98402 Free admission – first come seating. For more information visit CommunitySingAlong.com or call 253-343-2867. To download the recently recorded Everyone Has a Song, click here.
Inspired by the plight of refugees and the quote, “What if their story was your story,” director Erin Guinup felt compelled to reach out to refugees in April 2016. She chose to use her gift for music with an aim to help refugees feel safe and accepted and supported. Beginning with a partnership with Tacoma Read more about What if their story was your story?[…]