Throughout its 120-year history, The Singers’ Club of Cleveland has presented the finest in music for men's voices, dynamic young soloists, and internationally known guest artists.
Through a scholarship program, local voice students receive stipends to continue their music education. The Club commissions and performs music for the enjoyment of its audiences and as a lasting contribution to the musical literature.
We invite you to consider membership in one of Cleveland’s finest musical traditions — The Singers’ Club of Cleveland. We are a men’s chorus that for more than a century has provided an opportunity for serious non-professional singers to perform substantial choral works.
The 2019 S. Livingston Mather Scholarship Competition for male voice students, sponsored by The Singers’ Club of Cleveland will be held on Saturday, October 26, 2019 in the ballroom of Judson Manor in Cleveland’s University Circle.
Judson Manor, 1890 East 107th Street, Cleveland, OH 44106
Judson Manor has dedicated free and secure parking available adjacent to the facility. Enter the lot from East 107th Street, opposite University Circle United Methodist Church. The main entrance to the Judson Manor building is on 107th street.
Members of the Singers’ Club will be present to welcome finalists, familiarize them with the facility, and direct them to warm-up and performance spaces.
The competition is free open for the public to attend.
The Singers’ Club of Cleveland is seeking letters of interest from experienced choral directors for the position of Artistic Director / Conductor. The Club, just completing its 126th concert season, is a male chorus of over 60 voices that performs a broad and diverse repertoire of music from a cappella works to arrangements with orchestral accompaniment.
Mr. Bellisario has served for 27 seasons as assistant conductor of The Singers' Club and is in his 22nd season as director of the Centennials. He first joined the Club as an Albert Rees Davis Scholarship recipient in 1986.
Elias Manos is a pianist and composer at Cleveland State University. Eli studied piano as a child with Madeline Levitz and now studies piano performance with Grammy-winning artist Dr. Angelin Chang and collaborative piano with Joela Jones, the head keyboardist of the Cleveland Orchestra.