Florida State University Singers 70th Anniversary Reunion Weekend

Join us on April 13-14, 2018 for an unforgettable musical experience as you reconnect with old friends, meet new ones, and sing again under the direction of beloved choral faculty members.

 

The Florida State University Singers are celebrating 70 years of music making, and we want YOU to join us in the celebration! Alumni from the choir’s 70-year history are cordially invited to attend a fun and music-filled weekend in Tallahassee. We’ll share the weekend together with a variety of social and musical activities, and the weekend will culminate in a concert celebrating Singers past and present.

String Day 2016

SCHEDULE OF EVENTS

Day One: Friday, April 13, 2018

  7:00 PM  Social Gathering  (American Legion Hall)              

Day Two: Saturday, April 14, 2018

  TBD  Rehearsal  (Ruby Diamond Concert Hall)
  12:00 PM  Lunch  (Swannee Room)
  1:00 PM  FSU Singer Presentation, Amon Eady (guest)   (Dodd Hall)
  TBD  Rehearsal  (Ruby Diamond Concert Hall)
  5:00 PM  Dinner  (TBD)
  7:30 PM  Concert   (Ruby Diamond Concert Hall)
  Reception to Follow

Registration Information

 

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ABOUT US

Founded in 1948 by Dr. Wiley Housewright, the University Singers is the premier undergraduate auditioned choir at Florida State University. The choir is composed of undergraduate students including those majoring in music and the other degree programs offered by the many academic units making up The Florida State University. During its rich history, the University Singers has performed with such remarkable musicians as Sir David Willcocks (2002), Aaron Copland, Norman Dello Joio, Billy Taylor (2000), and the esteemed Atlanta Symphony Conductor Robert Shaw, who continued to conduct concerts with the University Singers into his eighties. Additionally, during the past five years, the University Singers has been invited to perform national and regional conventions of the Music Educators National Conference and the American Choral Directors Association.

Throughout its seventy year history, several distinguished conductors have lead the University Singers, including Walter James, Joseph Flummerfelt, Clayton Krehbiel and André Thomas. Today, the traditions founded by these outstanding conductors has been passed to the current conductor, Kevin Fenton.