Northwest Firelight Chorale performs two concerts Dec. 16 in Lynnwood

(Courtesy Northwest Firelight Chorale)

Northwest Firelight Chorale performs “Songs for a Winter’s Night — Let in the Light of the Season” in two concerts in Lynnwood on Saturday, Dec. 16.

The concerts will be held at Trinity Lutheran Church (6215 196th Street Southwest, Lynnwood) at 2 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. The matinee is now sold out. Tickets are $25 for adults, $15 for youth (ages 12 and under).

“As the winter solstice draws close, our spirits are brightened by the warmth of candlelight and holiday cheer,” the release said. “This year, celebrate the wonder of the season with the Northwest Firelight Chorale! You’ll be moved by powerful sacred selections, stirred by a rousing spiritual, and delighted by seasonal classics, including tunes from Peanuts and everyone’s favorite holiday film White Christmas. Plus so much more! Amid the mysteries and miracles of December darkness, this not-to-be-missed program will fill you with hope and light.”

Video access is also available from Dec. 17-31. For more information and to purchase tickets, visit the group’s website at


  1. I am a new choir member of this chorale. I have to say that through the artistic guidance of the director Deeji Killian, and the many strong voices she has attracted, this choir definitely has a distinct and beautiful sound. And it is quite fun, too! I am thrilled that my local area will be able to experience this chorale, and at such an amazing venue.

  2. Delighted that the Northwest Firelight Chorale of which I am a proud member (since 2015) has the opportunity to share our music and connection with our audiences.

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