Congratulations to graduating Singing Saints in the class of 2012: John Curle, Henry Eisenhart, Mitch Galli, Collin Henderson, Colin Loomis, Doug McWilliams and Jackson Penfield-Cyr.
We wish them well in the future and look forward to seeing them again at the 65th Reunion!
For the whole rundown on this year’s commencement, visit the SLU page.
Please welcome three new Singing Saints: Steve Goldman ’13, Noah Fitch ’14 and Dan Mulcahey ’14.
Check out SLU’s story on what this Saint is doing during summer break.
Congratulations to the three newest Singing Saints alumni: Joseph W. Alvin, Samuel J.Gradess and Jonathan E. Levinson.
Check out some commencement facts here.
Congratulations to Joseph W. Alvin ’11 winner of the J. Kenneth Munson Award and Samuel J. Gradess ’11, winner of the J. Richard Gilbert Memorial Award, both given at recent Moving-Up Day ceremonies. For more information and a list of all winners, check out the SLU page.
The Singing Saints will perform their annual Spring Concert in Peterson-Kermani Performance Hall on April 22 at 8 PM.
This concert will be a special farewell to seniors Joe Alvin, Sam Gradess, and Jonny Levinson. Additionally, it will be a fundraiser for Camp GLOW (Girls Leading Our World), a Peace Corps project focusing on female empowerment in the underdeveloped world.
More information about Camp GLOW can be found at the Peace Corps website.
Check out the Facebook event page and RSVP by clicking here.
Several new songs will be performed, so please come and support St. Lawrence a cappella!
Scott O’Connell, a partner based in the Manchester office of Nixon Peabody, has won an award for his pro bono work with low-income victims of domestic violence. Read more about this former Saint’s dedication to the community at the Nixon Peabody site.
The Saints will host Spring Semester Auditions Tuesday and Thursday at 7PM. Meet us to audition in the lobby of Griffiths!
Auditions are open to all male undergraduates at St. Lawrence University. No musical experience is required, but please prepare a solo to perform for the group. Auditions usually last about fifteen minutes. In the audition, we test the range of your voice, ask you to go up and down some scales, sing in a group setting, perform some sight reading, and perform your solo.
Being a member of the Singing Saints is a commitment. Our group rehearses at least three times each week, travels to perform off-campus and holds at least two major concerts on-campus each semester. If you think you have what it takes to be a Singing Saint, come audition for us and become a part of the 60-year tradition of a cappella at St. Lawrence.
If you have any questions about the audition process or our organization, please contact us.
The Singing Saints will take part in “Hunger For Justice: Ending Hunger in our World”, a Service of Song and Readings in celebration of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., on the first day of classes. They will be joined by the Ad Hoc Singers, Community Gospel Choir, Laurentian Singers, Mantswe Amantle, Singing Sinners and Up Beats.
Monday, January 24, 2011 at 5pm in Gunnison Chapel.
Check out John Curle ’12 and the Singing Saints featured in this year’s Report of Appreciation.