The SC Archives

Here you will find past announcements and information as it was posted on the Stambaugh Chorus website. We are a very busy group of dedicated volunteers.

Sep 162007

The Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra will be performing at Stambaugh Auditorium on September 27, 2007 at 8PM.

Chorus members, their family and friends are encouraged to attend.  The program will be outstanding.

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Sep 162007

Sorry, this event was canceled by the organizers.

October 27, 2007  10 – 4
Austintown Plaza

On October 27, we plan to present an information table at the Fall Shopping Extravaganza for Hunger sponsored by the Austintown Salvation Army.  The event will be held at Austintown Plaza, 6000 Mahoning Avenue, Austintown, Ohio from 10  am to 4 pm.   It will be located in the building that JC Penny and BW 3 are in. The entrance is on the small parking lot to the south of the building.  We will be promoting our upcoming concert and current fund raisers, selling baked goods and  Stambaugh Note Cards.  Sign Up for our mailing list at this event.  interested in becoming a member, let us know.  We will be  looking for members again in January to participate in our Spring events. 

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Sep 162007
The Chorus presented an information table at the North Side Farmers Market on September 15th. We will also be at Quaker Steak & Lube, Interstate 80 in Austintown on Monday, September 17, 2007 from 3 PM until early evening  to greet the public.
Sep 132007
Individual chorus members plan to participate in the upcoming production of Rigoletto by Verdi. Opera Western Reserve will host the event at Stambaugh on November 9, 2007 at 8 p.m.  If you are interested, please sign up very soon at a rehearsal. Time is of the essence. Are you an Opera Lover? well Rigoletto has it all!  Ticket Information can be obtained at the Opera Western Reserve website or at
Sep 132007
We are currently accepting new members until late September. We will have a second membership drive in January for our spring performances. This year’s repertoire is both challenging and interesting.  If you like to sing, the Stambaugh Chorus is the group to join. Our membership comes from all walks of life and all age ranges. See our membership information page for more details.
Aug 062007

Don Megahan, director

Don Megahan is music director of the Stambaugh Chorus  in addition to serving as organist/choirmaster at Ingomar United Methodist Church in Pittsburgh, and Acting Music Director and Organist at Rodef Shalom Congregation in Oakland. Mr. Megahan was a member of the Mendelssohn Choir of Pittsburgh, singing with the nationally famous ensemble from 1987 to 1995, and served as accompanist for their 1995 Central European Tour. He was also accompanist for the Junior Mendelssohn Choir for 13 years, serving as assistant conductor for two of those seasons. Don Megahan earned his bachelor of music from Duquesne University with degrees in Sacred Music and Organ Performance, and his master of music in Conducting from Carnegie Mellon University where he was a student of eminent American choral conductor, Robert Page. He has served on the Executive Board of the American Guild of Organists (AGO) Pittsburgh Chapter, Board of the Organ Artist Series of Pittsburgh and holds the AGO Service Playing and Colleague certificates.     Mr. Megahan is also active in Chorus America and the American Choral Directors’ Association.

Linda Rein, assistant director

linda.jpgLinda Rein is Director of Music at Redeemer Lutheran Church in Austintown and has taught private piano, organ  and voice lessons for 19 years. She received her BA in Music and Elementary Education from Concordia College, Ann Arbor, MI and Master of Education from Indiana Wesleyan University.  Mrs. Rein serves as the  vice-president for the Stambaugh Chorus. She is the Music Education Coordinator for Solich Piano & Music Company. Linda also teaches music at Boardman United Methodist Preschool and Montessori School of the Mahoning Valley and presents after-school enrichment programs  at Eagle Heights Academy, Austintown Local Schools and Mineral Ridge Schools featuring group piano, voice, drumming and recorder instruction. As a certified Musikgarten instructor, Mrs. Rein teaches group piano and piano preparatory programs at The Ursuline Center in Canfield.   Organizational memberships include the Youngstown  chapter AGO (American Guild of Organists), NAMM, MENC, OMEA and Youngstown Music Teachers Association.  She also serves as judge for music festivals in Ohio. In addition to her many musical involvements, she is devoted to several church and community activities and most enjoys being with her family: husband, Karl and children, Danny, Alison and Katie.