Welcome to Randolph Singers

A community chorus in central Vermont dedicated to making and sharing beautiful music

The Randolph Singers is a non-auditioned community chorus that rehearses weekly on Tuesdays from 7-9pm in the fellowship hall of Bethany Church, and performs two concerts annually, in December and May. In a typical season, as many as 50 area residents from towns throughout central Vermont sing with us. We always welcome new voices - contact us or sign up for the next season if that button is active.

The Randolph Singers was founded by a dozen or so area residents in 1968 when the local PTA wanted to sponsor a Broadway show to raise funds. The show was Gilbert and Sullivan's "Pirates of Penzance" and there was a joyful series of musicals performed in the Chandler Music Hall in the years that followed.


Click here to see our program.

We can't wait to share our concert with you this Sunday at 4pm at Chandler Music Hall.

Admission is, as always, by freewill donation.

Directed by our longtime accompanist, Marta Borgstrom, the concert features a variety of classical works along with an assortment of spirituals. Accompanist Susan Montgomery-Grout will play several piano pieces as well.

Our spring concert this year is a tribute to two key players in making the Singers a Randolph institution: Jean Montgomery, accompanist, and Dick Drysdale, director.

Hark the Herald Angels Holiday Concert, December 2019