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Trinity Parish Church

609 8th Ave 

Seattle, WA 98104

Running Time:

70 minutes, no intermission

General Admmission - $25

Senior - $20

Student - $15

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Julia Baker

Ruth Schauble



Teresa Clark

Lauren Kastanas



Tim Blok

Orrin Doyle



Markdavin Obenza

This project was supported, in part, by 4Culture/King County Lodging Tax
This program is supported, in part, by a grant from the Washington State Arts Commission.

Radiance is committed to collaborating with other local arts groups to showcase their works and enrich the concert experience. By engaging multiple artistic disciplines, we can push the boundaries of artistic expression to create something bigger than the sum of its parts. For this year's collaboration, Radiance is proud to present three guest artists: Sorella from the Seattle Girls Choir, contemporary a cappella ensemble Outpour, and the Guild Dance Company. Each guest artist will present a 20-minute set, and will combine forces for a performance of POMPEII by Bastille.


Outpour is a contemporary a cappella ensemble of eight voices from all around the greater Seattle area. They aim to emphasize self-expression, interconnectedness, and collaboration with audiences and other musicians in the PNW. Their set is a diverse collection of pop, r&b, jazz, and nostalgia, all arranged by members of the group.

Everyday Wonderful - opb Chance the Rapper/Ziggy Marley, arr. Matt Mayrhofer
My Future - opb Billie Eilish, arr. Arthur Verdusco

Sarah Smiles - opb Panic at the Disco, arr. Arthur Verdusco 

Sweet Dreams - opb Joseph, arr. Arthur Verdusco
Love Never Felt So Good - opb Michael Jackson, arr. Matt Mayrhofer
Of Love - Dede Duson


Sorella is the contemporary vocal ensemble of Seattle Girls Choir. Directed by Lauren Kastanas, the 9-member ensemble performs in pop, folk, and contemporary styles, with a focus on independent ensemble singing. Seattle Girls Choir, under the artistic direction of Sarra Sharif Doyle, is a community that provides young singers with a high quality music education and a place to belong. Founded in 1982, Seattle Girls Choir has progressive levels of instruction for choristers from kindergarten through high school, with an emphasis on vocal technique, musical literacy, and ensemble performance.

Rumour Has It (Adele), arr. Deke Sharon
Out of My Head (First Aid Kit), arr. Lauren Kastanas
Show Me Love (Hundred Waters), arr. Lauren Kastanas

The Guild Dance

Founded in 2018, the Guild Dance was created as a place for artists to collaborate, create, and share works, experiences, and stories together with each other and audiences. Artistic Director Alex Ung used his varied dance and performance backgrounds and fused them together to compose works that reflected personal stories such as his family’s forced migration from their homeland and immigration to the United States during war. As Alex brings his stories and experience to the company, the company members and collaborators also bring a beautiful spectrum of themselves. Their works strive to celebrate each individual with what and who they are showcased by the various styles of dance and expression from contemporary, ballet, musical theater, modern, and hip hop. Continually working to collaborate with other artists, the Guild builds community, love, and understanding.


Dancers: Shayley Timm, Alex Ung
Choreographed by Alex Ung & Shayley Timm
Performed with Radiance Choir
Music: Magnificat - Arvo Part

Dancers: soloist - Angela Schmidt
Choreographed by Alex Ung & the Guild
Performed with Radiance Choir
Music: Sleep - Eric Whitacre

Dancers: Shayley Timm, Maddie Cole, Kelli Carnes, Annie McKee, Angela Schmidt, Derrick Simons, Alex Ung
Choreographed by Alex Ung
Performed by Radiance, Sorella, and Outpour
Music: Pompeii - Bastille

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