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Note that the Chamber Singers are not available for 2013.
The Chamber Singers draw their selections from a wide variety of styles and periods, from renaissance to modern, from classical to show tunes and from serious to humorous. The group has performed for community groups, including the Rotary Club, the Naperville Community Organization, at residence facilities in the Naperville and Downers Grove area. They have sung in programs including other local groups, including singing with the Naperville Men's Glee Club and the Naperville Municipal Band in a fund-raiser for Celebration 2000. and with other local musical groups in the Singing for Seniors program.
The Chamber Singers are not available for the 2013 Fall session.
The Chamber Singers group was formed during September of 1994 as a division of the Naperville Chorus and was directed by William Culverhouse. The group was formed to provide the community with concerts in a smaller and more intimate setting and to provide music for a wide variety of occasions such as meetings, dinners and community events. Since its formation, the Chamber Singers have performed at the Naperville Tree Lighting Ceremony and as part of the Christmas program at the Naper Settlement. Their first formal concert was in the Chapel at Naper Settlement in April of 1995 and since that time it has presented concerts in St. Procopius Church, Our Saviour’s Lutheran Church, First Congregational Church and Community United Methodist Church.
In 1997, after the resignation of Bill Culverhouse, Ms. Jacqueline Schutt became director of the Chamber Singers. In 2000, Jon Warfel became the director. Ross Berkley directed the group from 2007 through the spring of 2011. Jon Warfel picked up the reigns again for the 2011/2012 season.