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Seattle Trans and Nonbinary Choral Ensemble

Seattle's first and only all-trans and nonbinary choir

Spectrum of Culture

April 12, 2024

Location: Benaroya Hall

STANCE is collaborating with Rainbow City Concert Band and Orchestra for a performance called "Spectrum of Culture" on Friday, April 12, celebrating the identities of marginalized artists through a variety of musical styles.

Kay White Choral Fest

April 24, 2024

See our outreach ensemble, Cantes, perform at the Kay White Invitational Choral Festival on Vashon Island! STANCE is performing on Wednesday, April 24, at 7:30PM, with new music as well as some past favorites.

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Talent Show & Fundraiser

May 10, 2024

STANCE will be holding another talent show auction and fundraiser on Friday, May 10 at 7:30pm at Rainier Beach Presbyterian Church. We are in the process of soliciting donations from local vendors. We are excited to perform for you!

True Colors

June 21 & June 22

Location for June 21: Rainier Beach Presbyterian

Location for June 22: Seattle First Baptist Church

Join us for our Pride concerts, True Colors. Our Friday, June 21 performance will be at Rainier Beach Presbyterian at 7:30pm, and our Saturday, June 22 performance will be at Seattle First Baptist at 3pm. Join our mailing list to get notified for more details!

Upcoming STANCE Performances

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To provide a vocal community free of gendered expectations, by and for Transgender and Nonbinary singers, to explore and express ourselves through music.

Our Mission

"STANCE is a choir literally made for people like me, people who never really fit into the expectations they were assigned at birth, who are now able to shine, and experiment, and learn, and grow. Where trans voices come together to sing for the joy of it, together as one. Where folks of all genders and lack thereof make their home in every section. Here, a tenor can also be femme."

- fluffy, Tenor

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