About Us

Founded in 1984, The Harrisburg Singers has become one of Central Pennsylvania's finest choral ensembles. The Harrisburg Singers artfully and beautifully combine the voices and talents of 40 members. Under the direction of Susan Solomon Beckley, they have found a unique harmony and unity that reflect a genuine celebration of music. The group takes special pride in its ability to perform works from many different traditions sensitively and with the highest level of musicianship. Complementing their regular concert series, the group has performed with the Harrisburg Symphony Orchestra and ventured to the White House, Saint Matthew's Cathedral, The National Cathedral in Washington, D.C., The United States Naval Academy in Annapolis, MD, and Christ Church in Alexandria, Virginia as well as The American Choral Directors Association Conference in State College, to delight audiences with an inspiring repertoire.

One Voice - The Harrisburg Singers: Thirty Years is a mini-documentary on the history and heritage of The Harrisburg Singers, created in honor of the 30th Anniversary of the group.  The video won a 2015 Telly Award, which honors the very best film and video productions.  Produced by Kat Prickett.

“It was a great pleasure working with The Harrisburg Singers, conducted by Susan Beckley. I was impressed by the discipline, sound, musicality, and camaraderie of the ensemble. Congratulations to Sue and The Harrisburg Singers for the continued contribution and influence they make to the choral and cultural life of Central Pennsylvania.”
— Mack Wilberg, Music Director, Mormon Tabernacle Choir