Cabrini, DELCO sing with one voice in joint choir

By Diana Ashjian
October 14, 2004

Cabrini College, along with Delaware County Community College (DCCC), is stirring quite a crescendo albeit their correlated chorus. Dr. Adeline Bethany, professor and director of fine arts at Cabrini, began her career in the 1970’s devoted to both colleges’ choruses and later combined the two in 1982. Known as The Delaware County Community College/Cabrini College Singers, the chorus is learning to use their talents, knowledge and ultimate passion to familiarize themselves with the world so that they can ultimately tune it up.

Since its’ mergence in 1982, the chorus has brought together undergraduate students, graduate students and non-credit, night-school students of both colleges who have learned much more than how to hit the high notes in A Major. Gia Digiminiani, a graduate student of Cabrini and chorus member, finds that involvement in the chorus has improved her abilities in articulation when she has business dealings with others via voice projection.

Digiminiani not only enjoys finding nostalgia when interacting with the undergrads in the chorus, she has also been able to parallel her artistic endeavors to those of people internationally because of the chorus. “The

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