Who are the Carolyn Eynon Singers?
The Carolyn Eynon Singers is a vibrant and committed community choir with 14 seasons of memorable performances. Our collective goal is to present innovative, creative and inspiring concerts to the community and enhance enthusiasm for vocal music. We perform 6-8 times a year to diverse audiences addressing the various social and emotional needs of the community. We appreciate you stopping by, and would appreciate your assistance in promoting our message of "Singing Together Connects People”.
Working together during COVID
Quoted from "Chorus America", this sums it up beautifully!
"We must work together to weather the COVID-19 pandemic. Our communities need strong choruses to inspire and serve in the re-building to come, and we need each other to stay strong. That means staying connected about research and technology that provides new solutions and highlighting the amazing work choruses are continuing to do in the face of challenges. It also means making the case for our field’s value and need to legislators, funders, and other decision-makers who can offer support."
Our 2020 Board
From l to r
Dennis Eynon, Carolyn, Ian Shere, Judi Burns, Eileen Mager, Pam Griffin, Susan Dover, Jim Lawson
Edward James - our newest Board Member
Edward L. James, III has a Master of Social Work, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, a Master of Public Management, Carnegie-Mellon University and a completed the Doctoral of Social Work studies at the University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia. Edward is certified and licensed as a master social worker, in Arizona and Pennsylvania and studied marriage and family therapy in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Chicago, Illinois and Georgetown, Washington DC.
Carolyn Eynon Singers ~ a Scottsdale, AZ choir
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