The Apollo Club of Wenatchee, Washington
 The Apollo Club of Wenatchee, Washington  

Celebrating 106 years: 1910 - 2016

The mission of the Wenatchee Apollo Club is threefold:

  1. To provide the opportunity for men to assemble to sing for their own enjoyment
  2. To provide men the opportunity to develop their vocal skills so that they may perform for the public,
  3. To provide Wenatchee and its neighboring communities with a men's choral group that will act as an ambassador of good  will.
Apollo Club circa 1924 at the Liberty Theater and the organ which can be seen in the foreground is now installed and played at the Wenatchee Valley Museum and Cultural Center. Click photo for enhanced view

The Wenatchee Apollo Club was formed in 1910 when the Rev. Stuart Hyatt assembled 14 young men to organize a group to sing for their enjoyment and to enrich community life. That was just 18 years after the city itself was chartered!  The Wenatchee Apollo Club has performed continuously since that time, except for a hiatus during World War II.

 

We believe that we are the longest performing male chorus in the Pacific Northwest, and one of very few in the nation to have such longevity.