As we celebrate our 40th year, we want to hear your story. Maybe you sang with us years ago and want to share that experience. Maybe you are one of our loyal patrons and have a fond memory of a performance and how it brought the spirit of the season to your heart. Or maybe you're a current member and want to share what performing with the choir means to you.
Whatever your story, we would enjoy having you share it with us so we can share it with others. Please click the link below to go to the entry form.
The Binghamton Downtown Singers have a truly special concert planned for the spring. Do you know someone who passed away from Covid-19? Or do you know a doctor, nurse, or other medical professional who worked under hazardous conditions for long hours, in order to treat those who were sick? If so, we invite you to come sing with us to honor those people in your life.
On Saturday, June 10th 2023 we will perform two pieces: the Brahms Requiem, to honor those who passed away from Covid-19, and the Requiem for the Living by Dan Forrest (a local Elmira composer) to honor those in the medical profession and all caregivers who worked so tirelessly during the pandemic.
Here are links to preview a movement from each piece. We hope these inspire you to join us in song. Rehearsals begin in January 2023. No audition is required.
Final movement Brahms Requiem