OAMC and Romanian Adventist Mens Chorus at Sala Radio in Bucharest. Photo by Ralph Stathem

2015 Festival Concert

21st Annual Festival

Saturday, May 2, 2015 at 3:30 P.M., Adventist Community Church in Vancouver, 9711 NE St Johns Rd., Vancouver, WA 98665 The Oregon Adventist Men's Chorus will continue its annual tradition of inspiring music. Old favorites and new selections will be presented in OAMC's trademark style with the power of men's voices. Because of the popularity of these festivals, free tickets are needed to assure seating. Concert doors will open at 2:45 p.m. Click on the gold ticket below for the Eventbrite web page where you can get tickets. Click here for tickets Men from several western states make up the chorus ranging from high school students to octogenarians. Reports of OAMC's recently completed international concert tour in Romania will be given at the festival. In Romania they joined OAMC's brother choir, Corul Barbatesc Adventist din Romania. The chorus was swelled with men from Spain, Ukraine and South Africa. They sang in five languages in eleven cities before enthusiastic audiences in venues including the famous Radio Hall in Bucharest. The May 2nd festival concert is free, but there are large expenses. An offering will be received and significant funds are needed. A full orchestra adds to the inspiring sound of this festival but also increases production costs. The concert will be conducted by interim conductor David Wyman who led the chorus in the Romania tour. A PDF file is available for download for bulletin inserts for your church: Bulletin Insert PDF

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Our Story

In 1994, our vision was 20 singing men...
God's vision was 112 within six months, and 250 on stage less than 10 years later.
In 1995, our vision was one Festival of Praise, and we wondered if anyone would come to hear us...
God's vision was yearly festivals and other events, with an audience that quickly outgrew our original location.
We said, "This group can't travel...
God's vision included singing the "Four Hymns of the Second Coming" for 55,000 in Toronto, Canada, in Swahili with our African brothers in Mwanza, Tanzania, and in Romanian with over 100 of our brothers in a two-week tour of their country.
We thought the spirit of the chorus was commitment, enthusiasm, joy and praise.
God's spirit is also teaching us tenderness, compassion, inclusion, and love.
We thought our purpose was to provide an opportunity for Christian men to make music and worship together.
God's purpose was to change our lives.
We pray that our music will change your life, too.

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