Photo by Steve Shay
The Endolyne Children's Choir performed Thursday night, March 7, in the Providence Mount St. Vincent chapel. Most singers are from the West Seattle community. Pictured directing is Amy Bokanev.

Endolyne Children’s Choir performs for residents, family, friends at Providence Mount St. Vincent

Endolyne Children's Choir Music Director, Amy Bokanev, conducted members K-8 from the West Seattle community during their performance Thursday night, March 7, in the Providence Mount St. Vincent chapel. The room was filled with fans, including residents, family and friends of the singers.

According to its website, "The Endolyne Children’s Choir is a nonprofit, independent 501 (c) (3) organization that was founded in September 2003. Weekly rehearsals are held at St. John's Episcopal Church (...) The choir is divided into three groups according to age level and ability, Debut Choir- For our newest members in K - 2nd grade, Encore Choir-For our more experienced members in 3rd - 5th grades, Advanced Ensemble -This group focuses on more advanced vocal and music theory skills and choral music, and will have additional performances. 6th - 8th grade (5th grade by invitation)."

These groups rotated throughout the concert and sang together. For more information on the choir, visit:

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