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

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 they chose to perform was Gilbert and Sullivan's "Pirates of Penzance." The Randolph Singers usually comprises approximately 50 area residents from towns throughout central Vermont.

The Randolph Singers is a non-auditioned chorus that rehearses weekly on Tuesdays from 7-9pm in the basement of Bethany Church, and performs two concerts annually, in December and May.  The chorus is led by co-directors Dick and Marjorie Drysdale of Randolph, Vermont; the accompanist is long-time musician and teacher Marta Borgstrom of Randolph.