What Unites Us

Sunday, October 15 at 3:00 pm

Kaul Auditorium, Reed College


A divided world has united the voices of a movement calling for equality, justice, and change. Join PGMC for a concert featuring soloists and ensembles performing music that serves as the soundtrack for a revolution, including the West Coast premiere of Seven Last Words of the Unarmed, a vital new work by composer Joel Thompson. What Unites Us is a special event this season, rooted in the mission of the Chorus to affirm the worth of all people.

PGMC has set aside all floor seating to benefit numerous local non-profits. A portion of each ticket will benefit participating agencies. The participating NPOs are:

  • NAACP (Table/Row 1)
  • Virginia Garcia Medical Foundation (Table/Row 2)
  • Physicians for Social Responsibility (Table/Row 3)
  • Special Olympics Oregon (Table/Row 4)
  • Ecumenical Ministries of Oregon (Table/Row 5)
  • NOW Foundation (National Organization of Women) (Table/Row 6)
  • Native American Youth and Family Center (Table/Row 7)
  • United by Music (Table/Row 8)
  • Room to Grow (Table/Row 9)
  • Ceasefire Oregon (Table/Row 10)

PLEASE NOTE: TABLE SHOWS AS “ROW” WHEN ORDERING – interested in supporting NAACP-Table 1, choose Floor Row 1


Concert Sponsored in part by

Cambia Health Solutions


Sunday, October 15, 3:00 pm