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Three pictures of past Soromundi Events

Calling All Former Mundis!

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We’re forming a reunion choir for next year’s 35th Anniversary celebration. We’d love to fill the stage with former Mundis to help us sing some of our old favorites. If you’d like more information, please email and we’ll add you to our list of folks to contact.

Pride Night at PK Park

Join Us at PK Park

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Pride Night at PK Park June 13th 6:30 PM $12 follow our link to donate 50% of the ticket price to Soromundi

Soromundi celebrates “I Lost My Talk” and poet Rita Joe

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During our song selection for the 22-23 season, the song, “I Lost my Talk” was considered; however,in our ongoing effort to celebrate culture and not appropriate culture, we chose to share the poem onwhich the song is based and a link to the Rita Joe Song Project. Rita Joe was a Mi’kmaq elder and poet, who, in her autobiography, challenged Indigenous youth ofCanada to “find their talk,” which she felt… Read More »Soromundi celebrates “I Lost My Talk” and poet Rita Joe

Support Soromundi: Purchase Fine Art

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For April and May, your art purchases help fund our favorite choir. (excluding shipping, tax if applicable, and credit card processing fees) How to qualify:

Soromundi Withdraws from Albany Showcase!

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UPDATE: Soromundi has made the difficult decision to withdraw from the Albany Winter Showcase, due to a number of respiratory infections in the choir. We do not want to put our fellow singers or audience members at risk. Please still go and support the other amazing choirs if you can! Join us at Linn Benton Community College on January 28th at 7:30 pm for the Annual Winter Showcase for our… Read More »Soromundi Withdraws from Albany Showcase!

Interview this Friday on KRVM 91.9 FM

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Tune in to KRVM 91.9 FM this Friday, 12/30 at 1:00 pm for the chance to meet Lisa Hellemn, Music Director of Soromundi Lesbian Chorus of Eugene. Hellemn is being interviewed by radio host Adam during KRVM’s “Focus on Community” program. Lisa will talk about the past, present, and future of Soromundi, which is one of the longest-running LGBTQ choruses in the country–and a beloved part of the Eugene-Springfield community. After… Read More »Interview this Friday on KRVM 91.9 FM