Celebrating 40 Years of Family-Friendly Choral Music
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5:40 PM on November 20, 2016
I was at your concert at the Faith community and was very impresses. I live in senior park 851 homes . we have a community party every Xmas for our residents and would to have you for our entertainment 2017. If possible I would like what your charges and how dating is done. I am on our social committee and would like to present this for next year as we have to vote on all presentations. thank you Lenore Maloney
8:14 PM on November 15, 2014
Very much enjoyed the Suncoast Singers Concert I attended today at Minnreg Hall. What a talented group of singers and an amazing director and accompanist. I couldn't stop tapping my feet and loved the selection of songs. You all poured your heart and soul into the concert and it was so obvious that the singers, musicians, and director were having fun (and so was the audience). Looking forward to the spring concert.
2:00 PM on February 17, 2014
Comment from Tom Weidenkopf on 11/27/13
Great Inspirational America concert at Faith Center. I was inspired by your music.
1:59 PM on February 17, 2014
Comment from Betty Held on 11/21/13
The Honeywell concert was great and enjoyed by all that were in attendance. Those that did not attend missed out on an excellent performance.
1:58 PM on February 17, 2014
Comment from Emile Carter (Retiree Board Member)
This month's Honeywell concert was excellent and we look forward to their Spring show. See you there!
1:55 PM on February 17, 2014
Comment from: John Bowers (Minnreg and Honeywell Retiree Partners Representitive).
Concert Success (Honeywell Minnreg Hall).
The Suncoast Singers' November 9th, 2013 concert was a resounding success. The Singers presented a rousing medley of patrioric favorites, including "America the Beautiful", "God Bless the USA", and the closing number "God Bless America", with everyone in the audience standing and singing along with the Singers. I
n addition, there were many American favorites, such as "Michael, Row the Boat Ashore", "I'd Like to Teach the World to Sing", and Louis Armstrong's hit "What a Wonderful World".
One of the major highlights was the Armed Forces Salute, in which each of the five Services' songs were presented, and every Veteran in the audience was asked to stand and be recognized as their song played. After each song, there was thunderous applause for each of these Veterans who have sacrificed so much for their country.
Again, the Minregs provided complimentary refreshments along with snacks available for purchase. The Honeywell Retirees Club conducted a Raffle which was a major highlight and a significant fundraiser for the HRC.
Please plan ahead for the next Suncoast Singers concert coming this Spring, which will be "Beautiful Broadway".
11:58 AM on April 12, 2011
From yet another fan...
What a fun concert! People all around me were "movin' and a groovin'
5:17 PM on April 8, 2011
From another "Fan"
Wow, thanks for the most awesome, beautiful, fantastic, wonderful, concert. Did you all work hard learning all of the music! Your intonation was awesome, beautiful sounds, chords, notes and modulation - wonderful. We loved your selection of songs for each era of music. The songs sure brought back many fun memories. Thanks so much all the Suncoast Singers, plus the Director, with all of his musical talents. You all sure worked extememly hard, and all the practices. wow. Great.
7:06 PM on April 5, 2011
From one of our "fans"
Dear Marilyn and Don:
This was a great concert ... music was joyful and uplifting and so obviously appealed to all ages ... the "Red Hat" ladies at our table even stopped their chatting to listen and tapped their hands and sometimes their feet.
Marilyn, you wear many hats and wear them all so well.
Louise and David
8:04 AM on March 23, 2011
Regarding the show at Heritage...
Robert Knabel has been directing the community chorus, the Suncoast Singers in Seminole, for the past seven years. They have been entertaining audiences in Pinellas County for the past 31 years. They have been in Carnegie Hall twice with Robert for performances of the Mozart Requiem and the Vaughn Williams' Dona Nobis Pacem.
Suncoast Singers will be presenting a concert in the sanctuary of Heritage church on Sunday, March 27th, at 3PM. The show they'll present is "When We Were Young" and will feature music of the 40's, 50's, 60's, and the 70's. Included will be songs made famous by the Beatles, Bobby Darin, Tony Bennett, Andy Williams, and many more. This concert is a real stroll down memory lane and will definitely be enjoyed by all! They are accompanied by Dede Natale on piano and feature drums, with bass guitar, as well. A love offering will be taken and the proceeds will be given to Heritage as a contribution to the building fund.
Plan now to attend and bring a friend for this special afternoon of good ol'-fashioned music! The Suncoast Singers are especially known for the unique blend of their 40 voices and their articulation and diction. All who hear them agree it is a truly magnificent sound they produce! We hope to see you there on March 27th at 3PM!
9:51 PM on March 21, 2011
Meritt Roy Marks Jr. says...
I taught with Rob at Pinellas Park high and at East lake. Hope to see the show at Faith on the 2nd. Meritt
Call me at the box office (399 0599) if you would like tickets - see flyer on Web Site for prices
6:22 PM on March 21, 2011
I taught with Rob at Pinellas Park high and at East lake. Hope to see the show at Faith on the 2nd. Meritt
3:49 PM on October 2, 2009
I really miss singing with you guys!! Wish you were a lot closer. I'll try to make one of your concerts one of these days.
3:50 PM on June 13, 2009
I don't know if you remember your old neighbor or not. I viewed your picture on this website-the years have treated you well. How proud you must be of all you have done!. God Bless.
7:47 PM on August 4, 2008
To all: Rehearsals for Suncoast Singers begin on Tuesday, August 5, 2008. Rehearsal will begin at 7:00 PM. Plan to arriver early to get your music. Rehearals are at the same place as always - Faith Presbyterian Church in Seminole.
8:27 AM on July 16, 2008
I am very interested in singing with your group. Please e mail me your fall schedule and any other pertinent information. Also, I would like to take voice lessons from Mr.Knable if he is giving them. Please forward that information as well. FYI..I am a girl..everyone is confused by my name!!
1:03 PM on July 12, 2008
I would like to participate in this upcoming season. would you email me the practice schedule for the fall, 2008.
3:19 PM on May 24, 2008
Hi Mr. K,
I was so happy to track you down via the internet. It has been many years since I was your student, but the lessons that I learned from you have helped me so much in my life. Thank-you for taking the time to teach more than music to those of us that were listening. I am very proud of your accomplishments and impressed to see how God has blessed your music programs. Maybe if you have time you could e-mail me and we could catch up.
With Sincerest Gratitude,
Pinellas Park High
Class of '89
6:33 PM on May 20, 2008
I thought the Weber performance, for the benefit of the Honduras Mission, was a five star performance thanks to our very talented director! I am thrilled to be a part of it and will miss the rehearsals during the summer. Diana K.sop2
1:13 PM on May 16, 2008
This message is for Maestro Knable, with whom I worked at Carnegie Hall, several years ago. It is for the Suncoast Singers and members of his East Lake High School Chorus. His other email address continues to return this email to me.
On March 22, 2009 (Sunday evening) I am conducting Vaughan Williams' DONA
NOBIS PACEM at Avery Fisher Hall at Lincoln Center, NYC. This project is
produced by Distinguished Concerts International NY. I hold this
organization in high regard because they are concerned, first and foremost,
with an exemplary musical experience for the participating ensembles and the
guest conductors. Their producing standards are very high and they only
invite choruses based upon my personal recommendation. They also do not
lock in organizations to receive a variety of nonmusical activities that may
make the cost prohibitive for school and community ensembles.
DONA NOBIS PACEM, of course, would be performed with symphonic chorus,
professional soloists and orchestra. I have compiled the list of those
elite high school, collegiate, and community choruses with whom I have
worked or of whose caliber I am sure, and invitations will be issued to
those ensembles only. I am interested in the quality of the musical
experience for all of us. If this is an opportunity you and your school
district would value (and I seriously hope that you, and they, will), please
let me know at your earliest convenience so that a formal invitation can be
issued, on my behalf, by Distinguished Concerts International NY.
Many choruses do perform in Carnegie Hall every year. (I have been
privileged to conduct some of my participating ensembles in previous
projects at that great hall.) But I purposely chose Avery Fisher Hall, home
of the New York Philharmonic, because Lincoln Center is also the home of
Julliard, the Metropolitan Opera, the New York City Opera, the New York City
Ballet and Alice Tully Hall (a premiere recital hall which is currently
undergoing renovation.) My thinking is: that those programs whom I invite
would be able to generate a lot of interest in the hall that is most
frequently seen on Public Television in a variety of "Live from Lincoln
Center" concerts. It is a hall that is rarely available for projects
such as mine, which enhances this project's value for all who are
If you have additional questions, please don't hesitate to email or call me
(847.722.2332). If you would like to receive an official invitation for
this project, don't hesitate to let me know and Distinguished Concerts will
make sure that you receive it immediately. I hope that you will give this
project strong consideration as I would love to work with you, and the students from your school, again!
Wanda L. Bass Chair
Conducting and Choral Music Education
Wanda L. bass School of Music
Oklahoma City University
2501 North Blackwelder
Oklahoma City, OK 73116
Email: [email protected]
2:25 PM on May 12, 2008
I truly enjoyed your performance last Saturday evening in Tarpon Springs! Makes me want to sing!
8:22 PM on May 4, 2008
Sara, Check out the info on the first page for contact information. Our next show is May 10, 2008 at the Tarpon Springs Performing Arts Center and then we do our Honduras Benefit Concert for Faith Presbyterian Church on May 17th. Then we take the summer off and come back in the fall to start rehearsals for our next concert series. We are always interested in new singers, so give us a call! Check here later and we'll post information on when we will start rehearsals in the fall. Hope to see you...
7:20 PM on May 4, 2008
Hi everyone...I don't know who is still with Mr. Knabel that went to Austria, Germany, and Switzerland in 1996, but I was one of those members. I had no idea you were still a group...I think that is great!! Are you taking on more members? I would love to sing again!! Do you have any contact information?
7:11 PM on May 4, 2008
Good comments Kathy. We'll certainly keep that in mind for next year. We're always looking for a way to get the word out about when and where we are performing. We have two more shows left this year. May 10th at 8:00 at the Tarpon Springs Performing Arts Center and May 17th at 5:00 at Faith Presbyterian Church in Seminole. Hope to see you there!
11:30 AM on May 2, 2008
Hi. I saw your commercial last month for the "Andrew Lloyd Webber" performance and was interested in attending in Seminole. However, the commercial gave only a date and location, and did not say anything about the performance regarding who performed it, what time, and cost, ticket info, etc. Because I could not find further information (even online), I didn't attend, although I would have liked to. I saw the commercial again today (May 2), and the only information given was your website at the bottom, which I didn't notice there the first few times I saw the commercial. If you would show a little more info prominently on the commercial, maybe more people will attend, and remember that some people do not have a computer where they can look up your website.
3:09 PM on April 16, 2008
Nancy, Check out the info on the first page for contact information. Our next show is May 10, 2008 at the Tarpon Springs Performing Arts Center and then we do our Honduras Benefit Concert for Faith Presbyterian Church on May 17th. Then we take the summer off and come back in the fall to start rehearsals for our next concert series. We are always interested in new singers, so give us a call! Hope to see you in the fall...
3:46 PM on April 3, 2008
I would like to have more information about possibly joining. I am a first soprano. My husband is also interested and he is a bass.
4:36 PM on January 15, 2008
Hi Kim - we practice on Tuesdays at Faith Presbyterian Church in Seminole. Look at the first page for info on who to contact if you want to sing with us again.
10:03 PM on January 14, 2008
I was with the Suncoast Singers about 6 years ago. What happened to Brian Smalley?? I was thinking of rejoining. Where and when do you practice??
Kim M. Hoehn