30 Years of Song
Join us on May 21st at 7 pm for a concert celebration of 30 Years of Song! With special guests The Motet Singers. Tickets on sale now at the Hult Center website
Soromundi 30-Year Retrospective
A Welcoming Community of Lesbian Pride
What a strange two years for singers and other performing artists. With the safety and wisdom of group in-person singing very much in doubt, we have focused on zoom and other forms of rehearsal and “behind the scenes” activities. But we are now delighted to announce we are performing again.
Our new short video “a welcoming community creating a visible expression of lesbian pride” wonderfully reflects the heart and spirit of Soromundi. Through the power of music and inclusion we do effect positive change in our community, and we are so looking forward to singing with you.
Stay up-to-date with our activities by joining our newsletter in the links below. If you would like to join our community of donors with a contribution to Soromundi Lesbian Chorus of Eugene, you may pledge your support also in the links below. Your donation is also eligible for Oregon’s Cultural Tax Credit.
Soromundi comes together in song to create a visible expression of lesbian pride. We strive for musical excellence and embrace our commonalities and differences. Through the power of music and inclusion we effect positive change in our community.
A Message from Soromundi’s Board and Director:
Soromundi stands with protestors around the country and the globe in demanding racial justice and the dismantling of systemic racism. We support efforts to eliminate individual and structural violence and discrimination against Black people and all people of color. In this stance we recognize that as a majority white organization we must do our own work in combatting racism and providing a truly welcoming environment for people of color. To this end Soromundi has committed to making education about racism and anti-racism an immediate goal and part of our plan of action for the chorus. We are determined to be allies in this struggle. Black Lives Matter!