Welcome to the website of The Denison Singers, an organization of chamber singers founded at Denison University in 1961 by Distinguished Professor Emeritus Dr. William Osborne, dedicated to excellence in choral performance and continuing the tradition in three generations of vocalists scattered across the United States and about the globe.
Since the group's founding, members have presented 591 performances in 24 states and on 12 foreign tours that have carried the ensemble across Europe and to South America. Its singers have performed on radio and TV, and have enjoyed collaborations ranging from the Bergonzi String Quartet to Andy Williams and The Chieftains.
This website is intended to be a central clearing house for information about and for Denison Singers alumni, and an introduction for those unfamiliar.
Funds raised for Osborne Music Library in new Eisner Performing Arts Center
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EMAIL UPDATES or questions to Bob Palmer '73.
POST-50th letter: WO, Don Armitage & Bill Stevens comment
50th ADVANCE: News story with 1964 Singers photo
50th PROGRAM: With NOTES, HISTORY and ROSTER
BOLERO FOR CABARET by Michael Fauss, 2013 Cavalcade
WINSTON-SALEM 2008 at Augsburg Lutheran
45TH REUNION in Granville 2006
WINSTON-SALEM 2004 slides
REUNION 2003 photo
A TALE OF WO
"Attempting the impossible, achieving the improbable."
~ Dr. William Osborne
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Site initiated Independence Day, July 4, 2003