32nd Street Singers

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The core of 32nd Street grew up in South Seattle and started singing together at Franklin High School in the late 60's and early 70's. We represent the incredible gift of public school music education and the life-long gift of singing. Our Director is Lynn Hall, who teaches music at Whittier Elementary School and is also the Director of the Northwest Chorale. He is a marvelous director and soloist. 

The 32nd Street Singers work diligently to present pieces popularized by Manhattan Transfer, the Hi-Los, Swingle Singers, great choral classics from several beloved composers, as well as a wonderful collection of upbeat African American spiritual music. 

Our group has about 20 full-time members with the benefit of providing smaller groups, per individual availability, to accommodate any size audience and venue.