The Summer Singers of Lee’s Summit brings the tradition to eastern Jackson County. Rehearsals are Thursday evenings in the historic St. Paul’s Episcopal Church on Grand Avenue. No audition required.
Sue Goddard, AAGO – Organist and Accompanist, WBFS-Atlanta
We are excited to announce the Summer Singers registration is now open for Summer Singers of Atlanta, Summer Singers of Kansas City, Cobb Summer Singers, Northwest Georgia Summer Singers and Summer Singers of Lee’s Summit. Select your group here and learn more information and register now.
The William Baker Festival Singers of Atlanta will hold a season finale concert on Saturday, May 17th at 7 pm. This Piccolo Spoleto Bon Voyage Concert will be held at St. Benedict’s Episcopal Church, located at 2160 Cooper Lake Road in Smyrna, GA. Tickets are $20 for adults, $15 for students and seniors, and children under 12 are free.
New Music Director Charles Nelson leads the Northwest Georgia Summer Singers in an exciting season of varied sacred and secular classics and spirituals. Rehearsals Thursday evenings at Trinity United Methodist Church in Cartersville, Georgia. No audition required.
The Cobb Summer Singers presents their 9th season under the direction of Lynn Swanson performing Brahams A GERMAN REQUIEM in an English adaptation by Robert Shaw. Rehearsals Tuesdays in Smyrna. No audition required.
The 16th Season of the Summer Singers of Kansas City features an all-Handel program including CORONATION ANTHEMS and the DETTINGEN TE DEUM with the members of the Kansas City Symphony. Dr. William O. Baker, Music Director. Rehearsals Tuesdays in downtown Kansas City, Missouri. No audition required.
The Summer Singers of Atlanta celebrates its 25th Anniversary Season with performance of Mozart’s immortal REQUIEM with the Orchestra of the American Heartland. Dr. William O. Baker, music director. Rehearsals Mondays in Midtown Atlanta. No audition required.
The Lynn Swanson Festival Singers specializes in a cappella classics and spirituals and is based in Smyrna, Georgia.
Our 50-voice Kansas city-based semi-professional chorus performs the Brahms REQUIEM in April, a May 2014 Kansas tour supporting Kansas Public Radio, and returns to the incomparable Helzberg Hall in November. membership by competitive audition.