Reflecting the World We See.

Resonance Ensemble’s 2017-18 season is inspired by the events of this time of intense political and social upheaval, and aims to reflect the world we want to see: people coming together to gain new perspectives, and to be moved by our shared humanity.

November 12, 2017 | 4 pm

The VOICES concert moved me deeply.  From Damien Geter’s arrangement of the spiritual, “There’s a Man Goin’ Round,” with Geter himself as the soloist, to the solo viola work, “Minidoka”, by Kenji Bunch, Artistic Director of Fear No Music to the beautiful choral arrangements sung with such artistry, I was on the edge of my seat all night. I am grateful for the wonderful evening planned so exquisitely.
— Stephanie Mix, Portland OR

Sunday, February 25, 2018 | 2 pm

I see SOULS as a bridge building opportunity, and a way we can learn from one another.
— Jan Elfers, Executive Director of Ecumenical Ministries of Oregon
“What inspires me about these poems is how the mystic element in many religions seems to allow an area of overlap—where beliefs intersect and open into expressions of shared humanity.”
— Teresa Koon, Composer composer of the highlighted song cycle 'Where Everything is Music'

Sunday, June 24, 2018 | 4 pm

I heard about the equity and inclusion work that Resonance was doing and my ears perked. When Kathy approached me with ideas on a concert that celebrated the artistic works of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and trans communities, it was easy to see the value in partnering with Resonance. Our missions beautifully interweave, and I look forward to where we grow from here.
— Debra Porta, Executive Director of Pride Northwest