Natalie Mallis, Artistic Director, joined the staff of the Singers’ Club of Cleveland in 2016 with an artistically varied and professional career.
Her prior appointments include Director of Choral Activities at Kent State Stark, Artistic Director of the Denton Community Chorus, Associate Conductor of the North Texas A Cappella Choir, and Associate Conductor of the North Texas University Singers. She has served on the choral music faculties at Southeastern Oklahoma State University, Millikin University, and Blue Lake Fine Arts Camp. In addition, she directed middle school choral and band programs in Garfield Heights, Old Trail School, and Our Lady of the Elms. Natalie is a doctoral candidate in Choral Conducting at the University of North Texas and holds degrees from Kent State University and Bowling Green State University.
Natalie is an active guest conductor and choral clinician. As a professional choral singer, Natalie has performed seasons, concerts, and recordings with the 24-voice San Antonio Chamber Choir and has appeared at the Boston Early Music Festival with the University of North Texas Collegium Singers. Current projects include singing with the newly formed Cleveland Chamber Choir. She is the Director of Music Ministries at First Christian Church in Wadsworth, Ohio where she conducts the Chalice Bells, the Bells of First Christian, the Bel Canto Singers, and the Chancel Choir. Natalie maintains ‘A Muse to Me’ Studios and enjoys theatre, nature, re-purposing things, and people watching.
Robert P. Bellisario
Mr. Bellisario has served for 26 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.
In 1987, he was awarded the American Choral Director Association Student Award. Mr. Bellisario has sung with Lyric Opera of Cleveland, Church of the Covenant Choir, the Old Stone Church, and The Robert Page Singers.
Jerry Maddox is an active accompanist throughout Cleveland in addition to his work with The Singers' Club where is now in his 23rd season. He is also the director of music at the First Baptist Church of Bedford.
In his spare time, Jerry is active with the Newton Avenue Historic District in the Hough Neighborhood.