Redmond Community Choir


Winter Concert - Sounds of the Season directed by Ken Piaruli
Sunday, 12/15 at 4pm ~ FREE (tickets required)

Join the Redmond Community Choir in their first season as they present a beautiful array of traditional and modern choral pieces including some seasonal favorites. Directed by Ken Piarulli, this 80 voice choir provides an opportunity for singers to participate in a fun and educational choral singing experience. The concert is free to attend; however, registration is required due to limited seating.

Redmond High School Auditorium
675 SW Rimrock Way, Redmond, OR 97756

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Learn About Our Music Director - Ken Piarulli

Ken PiarulliKen is a lifelong musician with a passion for supporting the performing arts, and believes that a vibrant music culture is vital to the quality of life in a community. After living in upstate and northern New York most of his life, he and his wife moved to Redmond in 2018 to be close to their son and daughter-in-law.

Ken has performed professionally as a jazz pianist since 1972, in both solo and ensemble settings ranging from jazz trios to big bands. He has sung in several choral groups including chamber and symphonic choirs, and has directed choirs ranging from elementary children to adults. Most recently, he was music and choir director at his Catholic church in Watertown, NY. He graduated from Syracuse University with a Master of Science in Music Education.

Although his passion has always been music, Ken had a successful career as a certified financial planner, and ran a financial advisory practice for 31 years. He has a history of involvement in giving back to his community, and served on several boards and non-profit organizations before moving to Redmond. He currently serves on the board of the Redmond Community Concert Association and the Redmond Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Committee, and is a member of the choir at St. Thomas Roman Catholic Church.

When not making music, Ken and his wife Jude are enjoying the many outdoor activities that Central Oregon offers, including cycling, cross country skiing and snow shoeing, kayaking, and hiking. They have two grown sons, and Otis, a 13 year old golden retriever.

Questions? Email Ken at