Cincinnati Sound Chorus is pleased to announce our 22/23 Sweet Adeline of the Year. Karen Ebel has worked tirelessly to promote CSC with her work on the Management Team as our Membership Manager, welcoming guests, and all that joining our chorus entails, and a full love of all things Sweet...more
Join us April 17th at 7:00 PM for a night of singing and learn how you can FIND YOUR VOICE.
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CSC's Angie Asher received the prestigious Bev Miller Leadership Award for 2022!
CSC's Fran Furtner received this honor in 2021.
Our chapter is in good hands!
Cincy Noteables won "Most Improved Quartet" with an increase of 67 points. Betty Lou Coleman, Louisville, coached the quartet!
L-R: Tenor, Nancy Werden; Lead, Liz Sabo Johnson; Coach, Betty Lou Coleman; Bass, Leslie Schultz; Baritone, Jennifer Beitz
CSC is proud to have achieved 2nd Place AA Division and 4th Place overall at our regional chorus competition on April 2, 2022!
CSC is meeting in person with careful compliance to public health guidelines! The chorus is meeting inside our normal rehearsal space at the Valley Temple. All health protocols will be strictly followed. For members and guests who are not ready for in-person meetings, we provide a Facebook...more
Special Leadership Award - Libby McCord
Shining Sar Awards - Vivien Carmichael, Mary Hillegass, Katie Davis, and Marcy Ziek
Congrats to all!
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Jack Johnson was recently hired to direct the Cincinnati Sound Chorus. Please join us in welcoming him as he leads our chorus into the future!
He is a well sought out vocalist and performer. Hailing from the Cincinnati, Ohio area, Jack holds a Bachelor's degree in Vocal Performance and...more
Cincinnati Sound Chorus recognizes and values people of all backgrounds, life experiences, preferences, and beliefs. We will sing music that is inclusive, and we are committed to follow Sweet Adeline International, Inc.'s policies that identify, challenge, and remove racial bias.