mission & Vision
The mission of the Carolyn Eynon Singers is to present affordable live concerts of North American choral music while educating and inspiring children and adults for a lifelong appreciation of music.
Our motto is “singing together connects people.”
It is the endeavor and vision of the Carolyn Eynon Singers to provide live choral performances of the highest level and artistic standard, for the inspiration and enjoyment of both audiences and performers.
The Carolyn Eynon Singers, founded in 2007, is an SATB ensemble of 24 to 32 singers, specializing in choral music from North American composers, especially female composers. The choir performs a varied and entertaining repertoire of North American choral music, including sacred, folk, Broadway, patriotic, jazz, and much more. Our talented auditioned community singers rehearse under the direction of Carolyn Eynon, who is passionate about collaborative music making. The choir rehearses Tuesday evenings from September through May.
Carolyn Eynon inducted into the Marquis Who’s Who international biographical registry, chronicling the most accomplished individuals and innovators from every significant field of endeavor, honoring her for more than five decades of excellence in choir conducting.
An octet from Carolyn Eynon Singers appeared and sang on ABC15’s Sonoran Living to honor all our veterans.
Nominated for the 37th Annual Governor’s Arts Award, which recognizes outstanding organizations that have demonstrated significant support or participation in activities which foster excellence in, appreciation of, or access to arts in the State of Arizona.
Sang with two-time Grammy nominee Susan Boyle (England's Got Talent) at the Orpheum Theatre during her first-ever American tour.
Released an album of holiday music to celebrate CES's tenth anniversary.
Released an album of holiday music.
Carolyn Eynon Singers founded.
First woman to direct the Birmingham Symphony Orchestra and the Plymouth Symphony Orchestra, both in Michigan.