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Bloomington NOTE-able Singers

NOTE-able Singers

NOTE-able Singers, a women's show choir based in Bloomington, has been entertaining audiences with song and dance since 1974. With our wide repertoire and energetic choreography, NOTE-able Singers is sure to delight any audience.

We perform an average of fifteen shows a season, bringing live music to different venues throughout the Twin Cities area. We end the season with a stage show in the Schneider Theater at the Bloomington Center for the Arts.

Be a part of the show choir craze! Membership is open to women of all ages who have a passion for singing and dancing.


2015-2016 Concert Season

We hope you'll join us for our spring show, featuring songs about time. From old favorites including Where or When and Rock Around the Clock, to new classics such as Seasons of Love, the whole family will enjoy their time spent with NOTE-able Singers!

ONCE UPON A TIME Spring 2016 concerts

Saturday, June 4, 2016 - 7:30pm

Sunday, June 5, 2016 - 2:00pm

Bloomington Center for the Arts, 1800 West Old Shakopee Road

Tickets may be purchased by phone or online with the link below. Discounts are available for groups of 10 or more by contacting the Bloomington Box Office at 952-563-8575.

Sharing Music with the Community

NOTE-able Singers performs for community groups and events all over the south and west metro area. We'd love to sing for you, too! Go to "Schedule a performance" to find out more!

Support NOTE-able Singers!

Your financial support of NOTE-able Singers helps us continue to bring music to those in our communities who may have limited access to live music and dance.  

You can make your tax-deductible donation now at 

Fresh Thyme Market supports the arts in Bloomington

NOTE-able Singers thanks Fresh Thyme Market in Bloomington for its generous support of the Bloomington Fine Arts Council (BFAC)! Community support helps us continue to bring music and dance to those in our area who may not otherwise have access to the arts. Thank you, Fresh Thyme!