The Singers' Club has been delighting Greater Cleveland audiences with concerts of men's choral music since 1892, making it the oldest continuously performing group in the area. Organized at the request of the Cleveland YMCA in 1891, the membership reflects a cross section of the community with men of varied backgrounds, professions and avocations sharing a love of fine choral music. These "Brothers in Song" open each concert and rehearsal singing Ecce Quam Bonum (Behold, how good and how pleasant it is when brothers dwell together in unity.) The Club presents a repertoire ranging from classical to contemporary, and sponsors the annual S. Livingston Mather Vocal Competition for male vocal students.
"From Brahms to Broadway" will feature a broad selection of male chorus favorites including Brahms' Liebeslieder Waltzes, Handel's Let Their Celestial Concerts All Unite, and Bach's Good Fellows Be Merry along with glee club classics like The Whiffenpoof Song and Viva L'Amour. Broadway melodies will include Rhythm of Life, Oh, What a Beautiful Morning, and Another Opening, Another Show.