Upcoming performances

The Dublin Singers 20th Season

“The Best Is Yet To Come!”

The Dublin Singers are pleased to announce their 20th Annual Spring Show, “The Best Is Yet To Come!”  which will showcase the Singers favorite numbers from years past, such as “The Armed Forces Salute”, “The Beat Goes On!” and “Zip A Dee Doo Dah”.  They will reprise two numbers from local artists, Carter and Beall, one of which was commissioned by The Dublin Singers for their tenth anniversary: “Psalm Twenty and Three”.   The group will have fun with “Best Day of My Life” and a selection from Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, and will remind the audience of the beauty and tenderness of love with “If “ and “And So It Goes”.

The concert will be on Friday and Saturday April 29 and 30, 2016 at 8:00 pm, and on Sunday May 1, 2016 at 3:00 pm at Abbey Theater in the Dublin Community Recreation Center.  Tickets are $10 for Adults and $7 for Children (age 13 and under) and Seniors (age 55 and over).  Tickets can be purchased from any Dublin Singer, or at the door (if seats remain).  Dublin Singer alum are all invited to join the current Singers on stage for the weekly rehearsal closing song, “May the Good Lord Bless and Keep You”.

The Dublin Singers were founded by Mary Fran Cassidy with the support of The Dublin Arts Council in the fall of 1996. The group has been a constant presence in Dublin, Ohio since, promoting their core values of “Community, Musicianship and Excellence”.  The group started annual performances with a show called “Dublin Singer Sampler” in the spring of 1997 and since then, the Singers have performed two concerts a year, and have participated in many community events, such as Dublin Kiwanis Frog Jump, the Dublin Christmas Tree Lighting, and Dublin St. Patrick’s Day and Independence Day parades. In addition, the group has performed at the Columbus Arts Festival, the Dublin Irish Festival and Carnegie Hall in NYC.



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