Cincinnati Sound Chorus performed at St. Francis Seraph Church in downtown Cincinnati last night as part of Saengerfest Cincinnati.
Cincinnati Sound Chorus performed at Salvation Army in Norwood, Ohio, honoring a 60-year tradition of our chorus history. This performance sets us up for the Holiday Season every year.
CSC Performed at Twin Towers Senior Living in November 2019. Call us for your next event!
Novice Director – Kim Newcomb
Novice Quartet – Trip the Lights
Most Improved Quartet – Just 4 Fun (+41 pts)
Judy St John Coach of the Year Award – Char Gurney
Most Improved Chorus – Capital City (+34)
Division Small A – Third Place – River Magic, Second Place...more
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Jill exemplifies the spirit of a devoted chorus member and is well deserving of this prestigious award.
Cincinnati Sound members want to extend our sincere appreciation for everyone who came to our annual show December 10th! We so enjoyed performing for our families and friends. May your Holiday Season be filled with joy that carries throughout 2018!
January 21, 2017, CSC hosted the 3rd Annual YWIH Festival at Princeton High School. The Southern Gateway Chorus fielded the first Young Men's Chorus for this event. Generous grants and sponsorships from various organizations made this all possible. The participants were generally aged 13-25...more
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Donna Howard, Jennifer Burns, Kathleen Hautman, Bonita Brockert, Carrah LaSuer, and Tammye Kaper were welcomed by CSC to their first Show with Cincinnati Sound Chorus. The Show, held at Mayerson JCC on December 3, 2016, was a huge success on many levels, not the least of...more
At the Third Annual Queen Bee Half Marathon on October 8, 2016, held on the streets of Cincinnati, one of our quartets (aka "Singamajigs") was invited to sing the "Star Spangled Banner" to kick off this women's footrace. There were 4500 marathoners and 2500 for the four-mile race in attendance...more
Ann Neess, left, 60 years!
Carolyn Healey, center, 50 years!
Heartfelt congrats to both!!