Threshold Choir of the Palouse was started by Pullman, Washington resident Marsha Olsen in response to having attended a choral workshop at Holden Village. Through quiet music, Threshold voices create a peace-filled environment to comfort those at the thresholds of living and dying. Gentle voices create soothing calm for clients and their families and caregivers. Our services are available to Palouse area residents. See Contact for more information.
The first Threshold Choir started in El Cerrito, California in 2000. As of 2017, there are more than 150 chapters worldwide. To learn more about the history of Threshold Choirs, and founder Kate Munger, see the website thresholdchoir.org.