The St. Charles Community College Singers ensemble was established by Gene Ditch at SCC for the fall 1993 semester. This non-auditioned ensemble is open to college and community residents who enjoy singing and sharing their talents with others. Members of the SCC Singers work on music of various styles and genres culminating in public performance at the end of each semester.
Some of the works the choir has performed include the Rutter "Requiem," the Schubert "Deutsche Masse," and the Ralph Vaughan Williams "Hodie" in conjunction with the Chamber Choir and Orchestra. During the 2005 fall semester they were involved in a combined performance of the Robert Shaw choral suite, "The Many Moods of Christmas" and other seasonal literature.
Each spring semester the choir rehearses secular and sacred college level literature and includes small ensemble and solo performance opportunities for its members.
If you would like more information about the SCC Singers, contact Becky Thorn at firstname.lastname@example.org .