THE STORY OF AMELIA ISLAND SINGERS
Then & Now
Amelia Island Singers was founded by Toni Myers in 2022 and is already a thriving, tax-exempt choral organization of over 70 singers. In the 1990s, Myers founded a community choir on Amelia Island that thrived for ten years under her direction before she relocated to Atlanta with her family. Several different choral groups have evolved from that initial offering over 30 years ago and Amelia Island Singers is the most current.
Amelia Island Singers offers a broad scope of musical genres. Myers believes that octavos are small masterpieces in and of themselves and Amelia Island Singers performs beloved octavos alongside great choral masterworks. Two concerts will be presented each season, one during the Holidays in December, and one during Spring in April. Performances will be at the lovely Amelia Plantation Chapel.
Myers looks forward to how Amelia Island Singers might benefit the choral singers of Nassau County, as well as engage audiences during performances. Community choral singing is alive and well in Nassau County!
Our choral group strives to engage our singers and audiences mentally, physically, and emotionally. We believe choral singing facilitates greater awareness of ourselves and others around us.
Conner, Deborah Adeline
Sparkman, Betty Ann