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The “Binghamton Downtown Singers” take special pride in presenting musical productions of the highest level,
at little or no cost to its audience, making the beauty of these choral masterworks
more readily available to the entire Binghamton, NY region
and surrounding communities.
Established in 1983, we have spent many years building a close-knit group of non-professional
community singers with the aid of our Artistic Director, Alan C. Crabb, that support our motto:
A Tradition of Excellence in Choral Singing.
When are the concert performances scheduled?
On May 31st, 2014 our Spring Concert will be performed at 8:00 PM in:Sarah Jane Johnson Memorial
United Methodist Church
308 Main Street
Johnson City, NY
See a Google Map of the area.
We will be performing:
- Te Deum by Anton Bruckner
- Five Mystical Songs by Ralph Vaughan Williams
- Hymn of Jesus by Gustav Holst
- Chichester Psalms by Leonard Bernstein
Tickets: Please see the Ticket Information
Singers: Please see the Details about Rehearsals
Membership in the Binghamton Downtown Singers is volunteer-based, open to all members of our region, and participation is not contingent upon audition. We are non-profit and rely on donations and grants to cover our performances--not ticket sales.
Funding is provided in part by a project grant from Broome County Arts Council’s “United Cultural Fund” and public funds administered by the Chenango Arts Council’s Decentralization Program, a re-grant program of the NYS Council on the Arts, with support from Governor Cuomo and the NYS Legislature. Additional support for Broome County provided by the Stewart W. & Willma C. Hoyt Foundation.
The Downtown Singers present two concerts each year:
View our history page to see the large collection of works we have chosen to perform and our past performance posters.
We are very lucky to have so many wonderful sponsors. They are the only way that an organization like ours can survive for as long as we have and still have the quality of performances that we do. Thank you all for your assistance.
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