The best of Phoenix Choral music

The best of Phoenix Choral music

2019-2020 season dates

Our concert goers speak!

I just wanted to thank you, Pat, the children of the Scottsdale Boys and Girls Club, and the choir for all of your hard work on Til Min Mor. It was a delight to be able to be present at the conc...
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Anne Kilstofte
Phoenix, AZ

Carolyn Eynon Singers ~ a Scottsdale, AZ choir

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A musical Salute

An octet from CES was on Sonoran Living Channel ABC15 on May 4th. We were promoting our Armed Forces Day concerts, honoring all our veterans. "A Musical Salute" is filled with patriotic music, a Civil Air Patrol Honor Guard, and a highly decorated retired Naval Pilot who flew in Vietnam. Veterans are invited to join us at no cost!

Choral music in Scottsdale

Choral music is my passion for the art creates community. We all need music in our lives and singing together connects people. In my lifetime, this is the most vulnerable, emotional time in our country since my memory of post Viet Nam War. Music soothes, heals, and crosses borders. Come enjoy our Scottsdale choir soon!

~ Carolyn Eynon

Creating a Lifelong Singer

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When Susan McMane was in high school, she probably spent about as much time chanting “two, four, six, eight” as she did singing “do, re, mi.”

“I was a cheerleader, and it was probably the worst thing I could have done for my voice,” she says. “The way we use our voice for talking and other activities can hurt it as much as singing if we’re using it incorrectly. I would have liked for someone to have told me that.”

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The Benefits of Music Education

By Laura Lewis Brown

musical education benefitsWhether your child is the next Beyonce or more likely to sing her solos in the shower, she is bound to benefit from some form of music education. Research shows that learning the do-re-mis can help children excel in ways beyond the basic ABCs.

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