Help us raise $125,000. Join us at Black Tie & Blue Jeans. Bring your friends, family and an appetite for fun. And don’t forget your dancing shoes!

The Black Tie & Blue Jeans Gala supports our choral programs and financial aid fund, that give members of the Northwest Boychoir and Vocalpoint! Seattle opportunities and experiences that last a lifetime. For more than 35 years, the Northwest Choirs has made a priority of accepting and training all qualified youth, regardless of their family’s financial situation. Your help guarantees that all members have access to our rehearsals, camps and tours.

If you are unable to attend the Gala, you can still make your contribution. Click Here to make your Gift Online!

RSVP by February 14!

Classic Ticket

$ 175

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Classic Table

$ 1,750

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Doors Open at 6:00 pm

Three-Course Plated Dinner by Tuxedos & Tennis Shoes. No-host bar. View Gala Menu 2020

If you have special meal requests or seating requests, such as guests you would like to sit with, please let us know by February 10.

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About Jack Forman, Emcee:

Jack Forman is still trying to figure out what he’s going to do when he grows up… but he’s gotten a lot done in the meantime.

The Grammy-nominated family musician has produced seventeen albums for family audiences, mostly with his acclaimed band, Recess Monkey; played 1100 highly-caffeinated shows for kids and their handlers; and has hosted his own nationally broadcast live daily call-in show on SiriusXM’s Kids Place Live for seven years.

Jack was a member of the Northwest Boychoir and Vocalpoint Seattle from 1988 through 1995, then returned to its board of directors a decade later for a seven year run. On tour with the Performing Choir in Washington DC, he met Barbara Bush. Back home in Seattle came *this close* to singing with Dave Brubeck, though he didn’t know enough about Dave Brubeck at the time to be as crushed as he is now.

A longtime elementary school teacher, Jack’s trained in the art of listening to kid-driven ideas. From songs inspired by kid callers on “Live From the Monkey House” to dinnertime shenanigans with his own kids, he’s just as likely to set kids up for the punchline as to take one of his own. Either way, there’s a pretty high likelihood of someone squirting milk out of their nose.

We tip our hats to the following Community Partners for their generous support:

Thank you so much for your support of the Northwest Boychoir & Vocalpoint! Seattle

100% of your contribution goes directly to the Northwest Choirs and is tax-deductible. Your donation dollars directly impact young people.

The Northwest Choirs is a 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization. Contributions are tax-deductible as permitted by law.

Federal Tax ID: 23-7409990