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The Wenatchee Apollo Club is a male chorus located in Wenatchee, Washington. Known  as the "Apple Capital of the World", Wenatchee lies adjacent to the Columbia River in a semi arid  climate that, with irrigation, grows a wide variety of luscious fruit and is fast becoming one the the state's premier wine producers.

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Our Director

Tim Meyer

Tim Meyer is a long time resident of Wenatchee area. Two driving forces in his life are life on the farm and his love of singing. He has been an orchardist for 31 years, and currently owns 100 acres of apples and alfalfa, which keeps him connected both with
nature and a John Deere tractor seat.

Beyond the farm, his musical journey began standing around the piano with parents and sisters singing gospel tunes. In school he joined a barbershop quartet, performed in “Camelot” and “Guys and Dolls” and even a college rock band, much to disapproval of voice instructors… ah, the good old days. Tim graduated from Wenatchee Valley College and continued studies at Central Washington University. He sang tenor for ten years with the “Living Waters Vocal Band,” a gospel quartet which performed throughout the Pacific Northwest. He has directed various church choirs and music productions throughout the years.  His latest adventure
involves a fruit and produce store across from the Quincy Rest Stop called "Hilltop Harvest Barn."

He currently directs the Apollo Club.  This group of 60 men is a community choir which performs throughout the region. So, from the tractor to tuxedo, Tim’s life is full and happy. Tim is thankful for blessings of friends, family, children and a drop-dead gorgeous red-headed wife and his best friend, Alice.



Our Accompanist
Wilson Alvarez


It is with great pleasure and excitement the Apollo Club welcomes Wilson Alvarez as accompanist for our group.

A prestigious Ecuadorian musician, Wilson’s life and passion are all about music. An award winning pianist, he has performed internationally in Ecuador, Italy, Portugal, Venezuela, Colombia, Chile, Argentina and the U.S., both solo and with symphony orchestra. He has served as the principal conductor of the Loja Symphony Orchestra and the Cuenca Symphony Orchestra, both of Ecuador. A teacher, clinician, pianist and conductor, Wilson holds a bachelor’s degree in musical education sciences, along with extensive private study from internationally acclaimed conservatories.

Wilson and his family are new to the Wenatchee area, where he currently serves as minister of music at the St. Joseph Parish.


Club President

Bill Johnson


Apollo Club president, Bill Johnson, looks forward each and every week to singing with all the members of the Apollo Club and resides in the Baritone section. He thoroughly enjoys spending time singing with others and pulling together as a group and offering a quality entertainment experience for those who attend our concerts. He says that his experience with Apollo Club and all of its members has simply been the “best.” He looks forward to helping guide the club in new directions whenever possible so that the experience remains fresh for members and audience.

Bill and wife Sheryl have been married 32 years and treasure their time with family and friends and the rich quality of life that the Wenatchee area has to offer.

Bill has been involved with the agriculture industry for several years and enjoys the challenges that each year brings. He graduated from Central Washington University with a degree in economics and has spent 30 years serving customers while enjoying many long-term relationships as he has travelled nationally and internationally. He has enjoyed developing new systems and products that help agricultural producers increase production and quality levels through the years.



Current Happenings




Apollo Club will be traveling to Cranbrook, B.C. April 11 to participate in
the annual International Choral Festival with three Canadian choruses and 4
from Washington.
May 3 we will be entertaining along the Apple Blossom
parade route.
 May 6 we join with WHS stage band and choir for a scholarship fund-raising concert at WHS auditorium
at 7:00 pm. On May 10, 7:30 pm, at Wenatchee PAC, our spring concert,
 "Rock On"
hits the stage.
See "Performance Schedule"
page for a link for tickets.


View photos of
"Bad Boys" performance at
Apple Blossom Festival





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