Josh Conyers and Nathaniel Olson win Singers Club of Cleveland national competition

Congratulations to Jacobs School students Joshua Conyers and Nathaniel Olson, who won first and third prizes respectively in the S. Livingston Mather Scholarship Competition at the Singers Club of Cleveland, which was held on Nov. 11, 2012. Both singers are students of Distinguished Professor Timothy Noble.

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About The Singers’ Club of Cleveland
The Singers’ Club of Cleveland, a male chorus established in 1891, gave its first public performance on May 19, 1892. Over the years, the Club grew to be a substantial chorus, with up to 125 singing members. Today, The Singers’ Club balances a blend of tradition and innovation. Our repertoire is unique and challenging. Our membership is diverse, drawing singers from many northeast Ohio communities and occupations. We have awarded scholarships for many years, and take pride in those whom we support. Awards recipients are often featured soloists in The Singers’ Club concert season.

S. Livingston Mather
S. Livingston (Liv) Mather was a dedicated member of The Singers’ Club for many years, and a devoted friend until his death in 1960. The Singers’ Club is grateful to the Trustees of the S. Livingston Mather Charitable Trust for providing the support that catalyzed the formation of the Mather Competition, and to the Board of the Albert Rees Davis Endowment Fund for perpetuating the Mather Scholarship along with the Mather Trust.

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