Kitchen-Sync performs at Day Away
Bristol, NH - December 16, 2016
Members of the quartet "Kitchen-Sync" entertained at the annual holiday open house of the Day Away program in Bristol recently. The members of the barbershop a cappella ensemble is made up of six barbershop singers and is a member of the Lakes Region chords men chorus of Laconia and the Barbershop Harmony Society. Members of the local chapter of quartets sing throughout the area at nursing homes, senior citizen centers and assisted living centers.
Ahwatukee singers a part of 140-member Tempe choir performance
Tempe, AZ - December 11, 2016
More than a dozen Ahwatukee residents will be among the singers when the Tempe Community Chorus presents its silver anniversary concert at Mesa Arts Center this month. The concert, titled “One Voice, 1 25th Anniversary Celebration,” is at 7:30 p.m. Dec. 16. Tickets are $15 for adults (children under 11 are free) and available from the Mesa Arts Center website or TempeCommunityChorus.org.
Hilton Head Island Lighthouse Chorus a beacon for barbershop singers — and us
Hilton Head, SC - December 10, 2016
If it weren’t for barbershop quartets, I probably wouldn’t know the second or third verses of most popular songs. That’s because not only do barbershop singers know how to harmonize like nobody’s business, they also enunciate clearly each word, which makes both listening and remembering much easier.
Chorus of the Genesee hosts a special guest
Rochester, NY - December 9, 2016
There's exciting news from the Chorus of the Genesee. Later this week the Chorus will be hosting Marty Monson, CEO of the Barbershop Harmony Society. He'll be in town Thursday through Sunday to meet -- and sing with -- the Chorus members and install the organization's new officers.
Choruses join together for Barbershop Harmony Christmas performance
Plymouth ON - December 1, 2016
In this musical age of hip-hopping rappers and screeching sopranos, the smoothly blended barbershop tones of the Inland Sound Chorus, led by Director Carl Buntin, warmed the hearts of its Sun Lakes audience. The concert, featuring “Songs of the South,” was sponsored by the Chorale of Sun Lakes, and emceed by Chorus and Chorale member Bill Shova.