With a title like “Romance of the Nerds” how can you miss this show. June 14th at 2pm and 7:07pm at Sequim HS auditorium. Tickets will go on sale in May.
The Olympic Peninsula Men’s Chorus rehearses at 6:30pm on Tuesdays at the Olympic Theatre Arts (OTA) building in downtown Sequim. The address for OTA is 414 N Sequim Avenue.
Everyone is welcome to drop in and watch. If you interested in being part of the chorus, come to a rehearsal to see what we do.
To start off spring, shake off the Peninsula Winter, and support the local arts come on out to
“Vocal Chords, Some Strings Attached”
on March 22nd.
The Olympic Peninsula Men’s Chorus (OPMC) and guests will be presenting 2 shows to raise funds for Olympic Theatre Arts in Sequim. The guests include a great bluegrass band “Luck of the Draw” and the “Young Fiddlers”. “Luck of the Draw” has been performing around the Peninsula for many years and does regular gigs at the Fairmount Restaurant in Port Angeles. The band performs bluegrass, country, and will throw in pop songs as well. They are a lot of fun and have a local following.
The “Young Fiddlers” includes the accomplished violinist Kate Powers, a 14-year-old who plays first violin in the Port Angeles Symphony. Kate is also part of the recently formed Deka Trio along with cellist Marlene Moore and pianist Gary McRoberts. So you can expect to hear “fiddle” music and possibly some classical violin from Kate.
Along with these 2 groups OPMC, under the direction of Jim Davis will be singing some songs and the world famous quartet “No Batteries Required” (NBR) will be singing some barbershop, doo wop, and anything else that comes to mind. NBR and Dave Secord from “Luck of the Draw” have a special surprise planned.
The concerts are to raise funds for Olympic Theatre Arts to allow them to continue in their efforts to promote arts in the community.
For more click this link — Olympic Theatre Arts
Saturday March 22nd
Two Performances — 2pm and 7pm
Tickets — $20 General Admission $10 Youth
Tickets available at OTA Box Office or a Pacific Mist Books in Sequim
Get your tickets early!
The chorus will be working on singing valentines on February 14th with the quartet “No Batteries Required” zipping around Clallam County singing Valentines for everyone. Below is the flyer with details. Give us a call and surprise your loved ones on Valentine’s Day.
Would your wife, girlfriend, husband, or boyfriend like to get a special surprise on Valentines Day? How about a Singing Valentine from the quartet “No Batteries Required”.
NBR will be doing singing Valentines on Friday February 14th in and around the Sequim and Port Angeles area. Your Valentine gets 2 songs and a red rose for $40
To schedule yours call 360 683-2457
Rich Johnston was the winner of the Olympic Peninsula Men’s Chorus Barbershopper of the year for 2013. Rich has really stepped up in 2013 to win this award. Some of his accomplishments include:
- OPMC Treasurer and Board Member
- One of OPMC’s prime AD Salesmen
- Lead in the quartet — No Batteries Required
- Port Angeles Veteran’s Day coordinator
- Assistant Sound Man for OPMC Annual Shows
- “Chauffeur” for some of the Port Angeles contingent
- Knows everyone in Port Angeles which gives the chorus a lot of contacts
Congratulations Rich !
If you are interested in the Olympic Peninsula Men’s Chorus and would like to know more, you are always welcome to drop in at our Tuesday evening rehearsals. Rehearsals start at 6:30pm at Olympic Theatre Arts building 414 Sequim Ave in Sequim, Wa. You can join in or just watch and listen. Wives and girlfriends are always welcome. For more information call Rich at 681-7761 or Jim at 683-3624.
OPMC is hosting a guest night on October 1st 6:30 at Olympic Theatre Arts building 414 N Sequim Ave. Come on out and enjoy some great music, see what the chorus is all about and have some refreshments. Everyone is invited to attend.
No pressure to sing you can just listen and find out if singing with the chorus might be for you.
The Olympic Peninsula Men’s Chorus and No Batteries Required will be performing as part of the Grand Olympics Chorus concert “Weather Girl” on September 28th. Along with “Aspire!” , “The Jaybirds”, the talented women of the Grand Olympics Chorus under the direction of Mike Menefee. Tickets are $10 for either the 2pm matinee are the 7pm evening show. You can get tickets from any member of OPMC.
No Batteries Required singing “Who Put The Bomp”. Click Here for “Who Put The Bomp?”