Ladies Choral Ensemble of Puget Sound

2019 Summer Concerts

A World of our Creation

~ In this broad Earth nestles the seed Perfection ~

LeeAnne Campos director

Marcia Christian piano, percussion

Lisa Ingraham violin, percussion

Christie Becker violin

Maria Bokor viola

Margaret Thorndill cello

Carly Ann Worden  percussion

Founded in the fall of 2001, Lyrica, Ladies Choral Ensemble of Puget Sound is a non-profit, community-based choral ensemble for women of all ages. Our mission is to present the highest level of musical excellence; to facilitate an informed community awareness of the choral arts; to give women an opportunity for personal musical growth and exciting performance opportunities, and to develop and encourage enthusiasm for women’s choral music in the local community and beyond. Lyrica has performed throughout the Pacific Northwest.

To book a concert, please visit Lyrica, Ladies Choral Ensemble of Puget Sound on Facebook.

A free-will offering will be most gratefully accepted.

Please look for the donation baskets at various locations.


Ladies Choral Ensemble of Puget Sound

Katie Adams

Mary Ann Allen

Marty Bishop marketing

Wendy Bone

Donna Briggs

Linda Briggs

LeeAnne Campos director

Marcia Christian pianist

Valerie Coots music librarian

Marilee Hageman marketing

Toni Hammock historian

Linda Henry

Lisa Ingraham violin

Laurie Jackley

Ann Jacobs

Linda Kammerer

Diana Lowry

Debra Page

Devon Steele technical support

Sharon Stritzel

Colleen Toepfer

Jill Westwood marketing

Carly Ann Worden technical support

LeeAnne Campos directs the Bremerton Symphony Chorale and is the Director of Music at St. Gabriel Roman Catholic Church. She has been a member of the voice faculty at Pacific Lutheran University in Tacoma, WA since 1992 and is active as an adjudicator for regional and state vocal competitions throughout the Pacific Northwest.

At the age of six Marcia Christian began studying piano. An accomplished teacher, she has more than 25 years of experience in teaching students of all ages. She has accompanied choirs, instrumentalists, and vocal soloists for Solo and Ensemble competitions at both the local and state levels. She is now enjoying her newest grandson, who has stolen her heart.

Lisa Ingraham a native of Tacoma, WA, is a graduate of Pacific Lutheran University.  She teaches strings at Cascade Christian Schools’ three elementary campuses and at the junior and senior high schools.  She is also on the staff of the Music and Arts Institute at University Place Presbyterian Church. An active performer, she plays with Symphony Tacoma and Tacoma Opera, and is a founding member of the Con Brio String Quartet.

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