By the Ancient Order of Hybernians Division #1 and Michael Pinkasewicz
Michael Pinkasewicz & Bill Cloonan write the theme song
"Courage of Tom Dooley"
Under the direction of Michael Pinkasewicz the Choraliers perform at the A.O.H. Division #1 Christmas Party at the Green Gate Inn, Camillus.
Michael Pinkasewicz creates an arrangement of "An Irish Blessing" which becomes the groups closing number.
The Choraliers perform "An Irish Blessing" for the first time during an A.O.H. County Banquet at the Randolph House in Lierpool, NY.
The Choraliers perform Polish-Ukranian-Tyrolean music at the Shove Park dedication in Camillus.
The Choraliers perform at the very first Irish Festival at Griffin Field in Liverpool, NY
Our director, Michael Pinkasewicz, receives an honorary A.O.H. Membership from A.O.H. National President James Comerford at the Elmira Conve...
The Choraliers participate in Camillus Capers at the West Genesee High School
The Choraliers perform at the World's Fair in New York City.
The Dr. Tom Dooley Choraliers produce their first phonograph record from the "International Chorus Contest"
Under the direction of Michael Pinkasewicz, the Choraliers perform at the Montreal Expo.
The Choraliers perform at the Chautauqua Music Festival in Chautauqua, NY with two other choruses; The Irish Ukranian Chorus and the Tyrolea...
The Choraliers perform all around the Emerald Island.
The Choraliers release a recording of their live performance at 1971 Chautauqua Festival.
The Dr. Tom Dooley Choraliers march in the NY City Parade and perform at the St. Patrick's Cathederal.
Under the direction of Michael Pinkasewicz the Choraliers perform at the Eucharistic Congress in Philadelphia, PA.
The Choraliers perform during the Statue of Liberty's Anniversary festivities.
The Dr. Tom Dooley Choraliers perform at the 100th anniversary celebration of Dr. Tom Dooley in St. Louis and Belleville.
Under the direction of Michael Pinkasewicz the Choraliers perform at the 100th anniversary of the Pledge of Allegiance celebrated as Flag Da...
Our Second Album recorded Live at the 1971 Chautauqua Music Festival and released in 1973.
Enjoy rousing performances of the Dr. Tom Dooley Choraliers, the Alpine Choraliers and the Surma Chorus.