We are a mixed chamber group of community choir singers skipping out for a month during the summer to explore new genres and experience small ensemble a cappella singing.

2018 Season

Our 2018 concert is a wrap! Thanks to all our singers, our coach, and all those who came out to hear a beautiful program of Brahms song bouquets.

Want to know what's up for next year? Look for information starting around March 2019. Also, please follow us on Facebook to keep abreast of all the latest goings-on.

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Past Concerts

Summer Fling Singers was founded in 2016, and has performed concerts yearly since then. Click below for information on our past events:

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How It Works

Each year, Summer Fling Singers chooses a different style or composer of a cappella music to focus upon. Once decided, a local director—ideally one with extensive experience in our chosen genre—is selected to coach us through the repertoire and conduct us.

An initial reading session is held in late June or early July, followed by 6 rehearsals spread over the last three full weeks of August. Our one and only concert is typically held the weekend prior to Labor Day weekend. Concert dress is “Aloha” shirts or floral print dresses, because no one should have to wear black in the summer.

Singers are selected through invitation and referral, mostly being drawn from local community chorales. We try to aim for at most 16 singers each season (four per section), unless the repertoire demands more. Are you interested in singing with us in the future?

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About Us

Summer Fling Singers is based out of Bellevue, WA. Both our rehearsals and our concerts are generously hosted at St. Margaret's Episcopal Church. We are a member of the Greater Seattle Choral Consortium.

Summer Fling Singers is sponsored and organized by Aaron Giles, an Issaquah-based tenor who sings in the Seattle Bach Choir, the Vicars of Christ Church Compline Choir, as well as the regular St. Margaret's Sunday choir.

Aaron also serves as a member of the board of both the Greater Seattle Choral Consortium and the Seattle Bach Choir.

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Photography by Philip D. Lanum
The Fell Types are digitally reproduced by Igino Marini. www.iginomarini.com