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ESTABLISHED

Salt Lake Singers was founded in September 2015. Its original charter was as a community choir

formed to sing at Christmas. A successful performance inspired them to continue, and Salt Lake

Singers was established. The choir's season also includes an Easter Service and “Salt Lake

Swing!” an evening of big band music, dinner, dancing, and entertainment.

With each year the choir has grown – there are now more than 100 singers who enjoy making

music and friendships through their common efforts and interest. Designed with the

participants in mind, singers of all ages and skill levels are invited to sing. To accommodate busy

lives, there are two sessions (Fall and Spring). Singers can participate in the full season or

choose either of the two sessions. Concerts are free of charge as the choir's contribution to

family, friends, and the community.

Salt Lake Singers, a place where music is created, enjoyed, shared, and associations are

cherished.

  

ARTISTIC DIRECTOR

   
Dr. Jane R. Fjeldsted conducts the Salt Lake Singers, VOCALIS, German Chorus Harmonie, and Davis Interfaith Choir & Symphony. As a studio and recording professional, she is both singer and conductor for Warner Chappell/Nonstop Productions and HUGE Sound Production, recording scores for movies, television, and online video games.  She also teaches a choir for at-risk students at Mountain High School in Davis School District. With a wide variety of ensembles, Jane has had the opportunity to do more composing/arranging, recently completing several successful commissions.  Previously Dr. Fjeldsted worked with Salt Lake Choral Artists as a conductor, teacher, and clinician (2004-2015), and was  founder/conductor of the Davis High School vocal jazz ensemble, Moonlight Singers(2000-2013). Dr. Fjeldsted served on boards of both the Utah Music Educators Association and American Choral Directors Association of Utah.


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Office: +1 (801) 547-9361

Address:

670 W Shepard Lane

Suite 101

Farmington | Utah 84025