Our next concert series is scheduled for Friday and Saturday evenings June 12 and 13 at 8 PM. Tickets will be sold at the door and will be available from Old Mill members.
Our spring recruiting period is over. We will resume recruitment of new singers after our June concerts. Love to sing? Call us anytime at (917)-318-8941 to arrange a visit. Please mention the Old Mill Singers in your message.
The Old Mill Singers was founded in 1970 as the Phelps Arts Society to provide music for hospital patients during the holiday season, and, over forty years later, it continues to perform in nursing homes, at community events, and in public concerts twice a year.
We are an adult choral group with a variety of singing skill levels. Many of us do not read music. So if you can carry a tune in a bucket, give us a try.
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Danny Gray is an internationally honored film and concert composer. He has contributed music to over two hundred episodes of network, cable, and online television - including programs such as NBC Dateline, 20/20, and Good Morning America. His film scores have been heard at South by Southwest, FanTasia, the Hollywood Reel Independent Film Festival, and various other regional and international festivals. In 2013 he composed the score to the short comedy film Hell No, which became a viral internet sensation garnering over 5 million views in 5 days.
Outside of film scoring, Danny has enjoyed frequent collaborations with a wide variety of ensembles including The Theatre Project, Illuminations Dance Company and Virtual Arts TV. His choral work Under the Night Sky was recently awarded a world premiere by the Australian Boys Choir in commemoration of their 75th anniversary.
Danny is a graduate of the Purchase College Conservatory of Music, and has studied film scoring at New York University and the University of Southern California. For more information, and to hear samples of his work, visit www.dannygraymusic.com.
Gary Brätt has been with the Old Mill Singers since our founding over 40 years ago. He studied choral music at Ithaca College under Gregg Smith. Gary's military service also incorporated music, as he played in the United States Army Band. Gary is the choir director at St. Theresa's Roman Catholic Church.
Gary loves to listen to classical music and has a special fondness for performing and conducting Broadway show tunes. In addition to his musical achievements, he holds an MBA degree from Pace University. He and his wife Marie enjoy train travel, especially to our national parks. We've been pleased to have him as our conductor.