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Aug 3 2019 - 7:38pm

Balancing Act Quartet has had a very active schedule this summer!  We've done presentations on the History of Barbershop, performances at adult communities, a featured spot at a county fair, and were the musical entertainment at a historical farm which had a display of 30+ Model T Fords.  Still have a few performances on the books for later this month and early in September!  Our performance at Northampton Community Days in Pennsylvania 7/13/19 was a perfect way to celebrate Barbershop Music Appreciation Day and the birthday of Sweet Adelines.  Hope you have all also had a great summer!...

Jul 28 2019 - 9:01pm

Heart of NJ came home from 2019 Regional Convention on a "high note" with our 2nd Place Division A medals!

In May, we installed our 2019-2020 Management Team Members at a celebratory dinner at the home of member Laura Krajewski.

On Memorial Day, we were priviledged to perform at Hazlet's Memorial Day Dedication Ceremony, as we have been for several years.  It is always an honor to be able to do this for our fallen servicemen and women.

The last week in June was a very special one for ten of our members, as they performed with the "Sisters in Harmony Festival" Chorus in...

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May 17 2019 - 8:53pm

On May 8, Harmony Celebration installed its new Management Team for 2019-2020.  The evening’s festivities were led by emcees Julia Bacal and Stephanie Robinson.  Joining the team as our new TC is Diane Sussuma, Janet Cebula and Peggy Bastone are the new Membership Coordinator co-chairs and Julie Enriquez and Karen Kumpf are the new Co-Financial Coordinators.  They join Grace Barreto, Events Coordinator, Emily Kaplan, Marketing Coordinator and Susie Goldberg, Communications Coordinator.  This year Scott Brannon selected Elizabeth Harris to receive the Director’s Award and the President’s...

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Apr 30 2019 - 10:19am

Liberty Oak Chorus

We are thrilled to be the 2019 Regional Championship Chorus with our highest score ever of 677!  We have worked tirelessly this past year with coaches Jim Arns, Renee Porzel, Karen Breidert, Dale Syverson, Peggy Gram and Michael Gellert.

 The year was filled with great times along with very sad times with the loss of one of our long time members, Jean Revere Ferguson.  It took us all a time to recover from her sudden loss and we’re still not there yet.  We miss her deeply!    We dedicated our regional performance to Jean. She was surely with us on stage in...

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Apr 23 2019 - 3:43pm

The Seneca Soundwaves Chapter of Sweet Adelines, an 18 member chorus in the beautiful Finger Lakes Region of New York State, is searching for our next director. We're and energetic and fun group of women who enjoy singing in the barbershop style and performing in the surrounding communities. Our goal is growth, both musically and in numbers. Familiarity with the barbershop style of harmony is a plus, but not required. If you would like to catch a wave with us, contact us at [email protected] or call Jo Ann at 585-412-6428

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Sep 14 2018 - 11:45am

Friday, September 14, 2018

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

PRESS CONTACT 
Meredith Rich
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Sirens of Gotham is pleased to announce the selection of Mira Taferner as Artistic Director and Kari Francis as Associate Artistic Director. The announcement comes a few short weeks before Sirens of Gotham makes their international competition debut at the Sweet Adelines International (SAI) Harmony Classic barbershop chorus...

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Aug 28 2018 - 3:05pm

Capitaland Chorus is excited to announce that Sue Koppenhaver is our new Director! We look forward to new adventures, accomplishments, and of course, barbershop chords!!! Congratulations, Sue!

Aug 1 2018 - 11:49am

Capitaland Chorus would like to congratulate Carol Stearns on being voted Woman of Note 2018!

Carol is an amazing woman and has proven her dedication and commitment to Capitaland repeatedly over the years. Not only has she been Secretary to our Board and Management Team, but she has taken on other responsibilites to insure the success of the chorus. For example, she has assisted with our shows by collecting program ads and working on raffle baskets. Carol also welcomes prospective members with a great smile when she fills in for our Membership Chair during the winter months.

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