Founded in 1994 by Tom Anderson and his wife Beth, the original name of the choir was the Stillwater Civic Chorale. The Andersons moved to Houston the following year, and the name was changed to Stillwater Community Singers and Directors were selected from within the chorus. Of the 50+ members in the choir, 13 have been with the group since the beginning! This is indicative of the commitment we have as volunteer musicians.
Who are we?
The Stillwater Community Singers choir is a volunteer organization whose goal is to serve the Stillwater area community with an entertaining experience. We delight in singing a wide variety of songs including pop, jazz, blues, Broadway, spiritual, gospel and more. We are not professional singers, we just love music. Our members range in age from 20 to 90+ and come from a variety of occupations and backgrounds. We host 3 free concerts each year - spring, fall, and Christmas. We also perform at special events as requested. If you are interested in joining us, check out our MEMBERSHIP page. There are no auditions, just a desire to sing, perform, and share your talents.
Latest News in Local Publications
Q5: Judy White answers questions about the Christmas Concert in the Stillwater NewPress.
Check out the November issue of the Stillwater Living Magazine to learn more about our chorus.
Board of Directors
PRESIDENT - Ray Sharp
VICE-PRESIDENT - Darlene Duroy
SECRETARY - Nancy Durham
TREASURER - Jim Baker
LIBRARIAN - Missy Hitch
PUBLICITY - Linda Shreve
MIXED CHORUS DIRECTOR - Judy White
EX-OFFICIO MEMBERS: Laura Davis, Paula Fitch, Paula Shryock and Kim Strom
Meet the Members
Pee Dee Doyle
Sally Ann Frazier
Judy White - Mixed Chorus
Paula Fitch- Women's Chorus
Paula Shryock - Women's Chorus