The show is this weekend. Don’t miss it!
You can print the form, fill it out and mail it with your artwork and payment, or you can send your information and artwork by email, and mail in your check.
The deadline for information, artwork and payment is Thursday, April 18, 2013.
If you have any questions, contact Don Swartwout by email, or by phone at 614-889-9081.
The Dublin Singers, with a vision and desire to further the art of Music, have established an annual scholarship to be awarded to a music major from the greater Dublin area.
Who: Recipient must be a declared music major who lives in the greater Dublin area and is a senior at one of the following high schools: Dublin Coffman, Dublin Jerome, Dublin Scioto, Hilliard Darby, Hilliard Davidson, Hilliard Bradley, Olentangy Liberty, Bishop Watterson, St. Charles or Columbus School For Girls.
What: A $1,000.00 (One Thousand Dollar) scholarship offered annually
When: The application deadline for 2014 is to be announced.
2013 – Nick Swanson, Dublin Coffman
The Dublin Singers were one of about 110 units in the 2013 Dublin, Ohio St. Patrick’s Day parade. Sixteen Singers participated, and we had a really good time. Special thanks to Adit Granite for organizing, Jim Gatto for providing the truck and sound system, Michelle Hecht for providing the candy, and Tom Cassidy, Jennifer Matthews, Debbie Lowers, Martha Rockwell and Marianne Hugg for the photos.
Singing, dancing, eating. And some laughing. Choreography Day on March 3, 2013 was a great way to spend a Saturday morning and part of the afternoon. We made a lot of progress, but the moves aren’t ready for prime time yet. Come to the Spring Show and see the finished product.
On Saturday, October 20, 2012 The Dublin Singers held our annual Choral Workshop in Enke Hall at St. Brigid of Kildare Church. We were fortunate enough to be joined by celebrated professor, conductor, musician and our dear friend, Mr. Robert Owen Jones.
Mr. Jones is the recently retired head of Music and Director of Choral Activities at Muskingum University. On March 31, 2012 he was presented the All-Ohio Youth Choir Distinguished Service Award in recognition of “distinguished, outstanding, and devoted service to the All-Ohio State Fair Youth Choir.”
He and his wife are both professional singers who left their active careers in New York City to move to New Concord, Ohio, to raise their children. A graduate of Muskingum College, he earned the Master of Science degree from the Julliard School of Music, and while there, was leading tenor of its opera department. He has appeared in the opera companies of Cincinnati, Cleveland, Dallas, and Miami, and has been a featured soloist with the New York Philharmonic and Boston Symphony Orchestras.
The workshop was tremendously enjoyable, enriching, and entertaining! The Dublin Singers were delighted and honored Professor Jones joined us to share his considerable talents, knowledge and wealth of experience.
The Dublin Singers is the Community Chorus of Dublin, Ohio. Since 1996, the group has provided an opportunity for singers beyond high school age who enjoy singing a wide variety of choral music – sacred, classical, popular, show tunes and folk music – to perform for the mutual benefit of their fellow singers and the community of Dublin. The Dublin Singers, individuals who are drawn and bound together by a common love of music and an uncommon desire to perform professionally while retaining individual professions, have one common goal: to make and share beautiful music.
Click on the photo above to see a selection from the spring performance – Music In Living Color