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Our membership is 40-50 strong and originates from Port Townsend, Sequim and Port Angeles, and other peninsula communities. In its twenty years of existence, Peninsula Singers has become a multifaceted enterprise that brings people out into the community to enjoy our choral music and support the local economy.

We are made up of people who live on the Olympic Peninsula and mostly love it. We are engineers, teachers, business owners, housewives, and retirees. Some of the us are schooled in music, but we all sing for the pleasure of making great music in a group setting.

Our Credo

We believe music and fine arts enriches people's lives and strengthens community bonds.  We are dedicated to making chamber music, in its broadest sense, a vital part of life here on the Olympic Peninsula and to promoting artistic excellence in our local communities.

We strive to:

  1. Perform the world's greatest choral music, providing nourishment to listeners and performers.

  2. Provide those trained in choral singing an opportunity for lifelong musical involvement.

  3. Explore a repertory varying from art and folk songs to classical and musical theatre.

Welcome to Peninsula Singers

Choral Music on Washington’s Olympic Peninsula!

Spring 2015 Performances:

Contact Our Director:


Dewey Ehling

(360) 457-4250

2014-2015 Board of Directors:

President: Viletta Skillman

Vice-President: Patricia Guthrie

Secretary: Vicki Helwick

Treasurer: Dori Beachler

Board Members:

Marilyn Carlson, Melinda Griffith, Carole Welk, Pat Witt, and Joel Yelland


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Mailing Address:

Peninsula Chamber Singers

325 E. Washington St #135

Sequim, WA 98382

PCS is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.  Some of our revenue comes from ticket sales and singing members' dues, but we rely on the generous and greatly appreciated support of our friends.

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Spring Concerts:

J.S. Bach:

Cantata No. 140, “Sleepers Awake”


Early American Hymn Tunes

Arranged by Alice Parker and Robert Shaw

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April 11th, 7:30 PM and April 12, 2 PM

Trinity United Methodist Church, Sequim