U.S. Air Force Singing Sergeants
The Singing Sergeants, the official chorus of the U.S. Air Force, is one of the world’s most versatile and traveled choral organizations. Originally formed in 1945 from within the ranks of the U.S. Air Force Band, the chorus is now composed entirely of professional vocalists from leading colleges, universities, and music conservatories throughout the world, who are all sergeants in the U.S. Air Force. Available positions are filled by audition only and are reserved for those singers who demonstrate the finest qualities of musicianship and vocal production. The Singing Sergeants have appeared before every chief executive of the United States since President Truman, as well as with the New York Philharmonic; the Philadelphia, Cleveland, Houston, and National Symphony Orchestras; and both the Boston and the Cincinnati Pops. The group has performed at the White House, the State Department, and the Supreme Court and at congressional, Department of Defense, and high-level civilian functions. Additionally, an important part of the chorus' performing schedule is supporting the President and Vice President of the United States, as well as top government and military officials. Through these varied venues, the Singing Sergeants reach a broad audience with the beauty and language of music. Presenting the music of America to the people of the world, the chorus has appeared before millions of people in live performances and countless more on radio and television programs. The Singing Sergeants have performed in all 50 states and 49 countries. It is through goodwill tours that the Singing Sergeants bring the people of America and the world together. For more information, visit.