DeMeester Outdoor Performance Center, Reid Park, 900 S. Randolph Way (see
Orpheus will join the Pops for Rimsky-Korsakov’s Procession of the Nobles,
Verdi’s Anvil Chorus, Wagner’s Pilgrim’s Chorus, and Battle Hymn of the Republic
Spring 2013 Program Notes
Our Spring Concert Schedule
Fox Theatre Performance
Notes from San Xavier
Orpheus Stands Tall at San Xavier, and Long
The San Xavier Pet Adoption Agency
Singing in the Rain
Profiling Dave Burns
Sons of Orpheus CDs For Sale
World-Famous Musician also a Well-Known Scientist
Who the Heck is Orpheus?
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The Sons of Orpheus choir was founded in 1991 by the
distinguished American tenor, Grayson Hirst. It is a not-for-profit,
non-sectarian, non-affiliated, community-based choral organization
comprised of men from all walks of life. Members include professional
and amateur musicians, businessmen, retirees, scientists, scholars,
students, engineers, teachers, and others.
Sons of Orpheus provides an opportunity for men to sing
selections from the rich repertoire written for men’s voices.
It parallels such other Tucson groups as choruses for boys, girls,
women, and mixed voices.
Sons of Orpheus outside Mahler Hall, Dobbiaco,
7th Annual Alta Pusteria Choir Festival, June 26, 2004
Photo by Gary Smyth
Our mailing address is:
Sons of Orpheus
P.O. Box 31552
Tucson, AZ 85751-1552