Sunday, Dec 18, 2022, 2:30pm
Loucks Auditorium

The Festival Carolers brighten up the holiday season by performing traditional carols while dressed in Victorian costume. This kid-friendly event includes an audience sing-along and a special story for children, with familiar Christmas songs you remember from bygone years. This annual event has become a beloved family tradition for many, a lovely time for smiling and setting stress aside.

Tickets $10 (12 and under free)

**This event is not sponsored or endorsed by the Salem Public Library.**

Sunday, April 16, 2023, 4pm
Elsinore Theatre

Alzheimer's Stories is based on recollections shared by the families and friends of people afflicted by the dreaded disease. The work is in three movements, the arc of which loosely mimics the progression of the disease.

“One of the greatest achievements a work of art can hope to reach is to bring us to our darkest places and show us a light. To illuminate our fears, ease our anxieties, and heal our pain. Whether or not you’ve struggled with this disease personally or as a caregiver, this is what makes Alzheimer’s Stories a truly special experience.”

– Kody Wallace, Choral Journal


Founding Artistic Director Dr. Solveig Holmquist conducts the chorale and orchestra with guest soloists.


General Admission: $25

Senior (62+): $20

Student: $10

"Sing We Now of Christmas”  tickets:

$10 (12 and under free)

Tickets available:

  • from chorale members

  • online

  • at the door

We are pleased to offer discounted tickets to holders of the Oregon Trail Card in partnership with Salem for All. Each cardholder can purchase up to two $5 tickets at the door (pending availability).