Other Choruses in our Division (Oakridge) of the BHS Ontario District
Oshawa-Durham Men Of Harmony: www.facebook.com/durhammenofharmony/ Durham Men of Harmony (formerly known as "The Oshawa Horseless Carriagemen") is the male a capella chorus of the Oshawa Chapter, Ontario District, Barbershop Harmony Society International. The chorus is available to sing at events and on shows throughout the year. If you would like more information about having the chorus perform for you please call us at 905-683-2133. The chorus also holds an annual show with guest entertainment usually the first Saturday in May. Please check our facebook page regularly. The Oshawa Chapter contributes to two charities: 'Harmonize for Speech (Ontario)" and "Sing Canada Harmony". We meet regularly (excluding most statutory holidays, throughout the year) on Mondays from 7:30 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. at the Glen Stewart Clubhouse at the corner of Cabot and Cartier Streets in Oshawa. We welcome new members who like to sing.
Quinte Regional- A Cappella Quinte: A Cappella Quinte A Cappella Quinte (ACQ) is a men's chorus with around 40 members. ACQ is the performance chorus of the Quinte Regional Chapter of the Barbershop Harmony Society. It was established in May, 1973 as the Trenton Chapter, and later expanded to the Quinte Region. The chorus was formerly called The Trentones. We are a non-profit, volunteer organization which regularly contributes to a number of charities and good causes primarily related to speech and language pathology, and music education. Two examples are Harmonize4Speech and Sing Canada Harmony. Our mission and purpose are those of the Barbershop Harmony Society. Mission: The Barbershop Harmony Society brings men together in harmony and fellowship to enrich lives through singing. Purpose: Perpetuate and celebrate harmony in the barbershop style. Promote fellowship and friendship among men of good will. Provide the opportunity to experience the joy of four-part a cappella singing. Introduce and sustain music in the lives of people everywhere. The Music A Cappella Quinte sings four part harmony without instrumental accompaniment. Not all of our music is in the barbershop style and our repertoire includes songs ranging from the turn of the last century to the turn of this one. We also have an extensive Christmas repertoire and make a point of visiting numerous retirement residences on our annual Christmas tour. Non-member guests are encouraged to start seasonal rehearsals with us in the Fall and help us spread some good cheer at Christmas time. It's free and there are no obligations. It's fun and a good deed well done. Our Director A Cappella Quinte is saddened to announce that Patrick Headley, our Music Director, has relocated for career purposes, and is unable to continue leading our practices. We were fortunate to have his musical talents and energy during a transformative year. We wish him everything he so richly deserves as his musical career continues to evolve. In the interim, while we search for a new permanent Music Director, Bob Young, our esteemed Music Director emeritus, has gallantly returned to guide us forward. If you might be interested in becoming our Music Director, please read the following and contact us: A Cappella Quinte, a 35 man barbershop chorus, is seeking a Music Director to commence immediately (September, 2017). We are based in Belleville, Ontario. Currently we practice weekly and in addition, we perform 6 – 8 times in the community over the year. Candidates should have background experience in vocal and choral techniques. Modest compensation is offered. We intend to support further musical training for the successful candidate. Please contact: Steve Hall (613) 966-4073 email@example.com
Ganaraska Chordsman: www.ganaraskachordsmen.ca/ We are the Ganaraska Chordsmen Chorus, AKA "The Ganaraskals!" Who? Men of all ages from Port Hope, Cobourg, Northumberland County and beyond. What? A Barbershop Harmony Society chorus singing from memory and without accompaniment (a cappella). Where? Meeting Sep 20, 2016 to 20 Jun, 2017 at the Music Room, Terry Fox Public School, Cobourg. Summer venue TBA. When? Most Tuesdays, 7PM-9:30PM, year-round. Why? We love to sing and entertain. How? Led by an award winning chorus director, we learn words and music with the aid of take-home sheet music and audio recordings. No previous music training is necessary, as long as you can carry a tune, in tune. Mission The Barbershop Harmony Society brings men together in harmony and fellowship to enrich lives through singing. Vision To be the premier membership organization for men who love to sing.
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Ontario District of BHS: ontariodistrict.com The Ontario District is one of the seventeen districts of the Barbershop Harmony Society, the world's largest all-male a cappella singing organization, and is the only all-Canadian district. It is committed to serving and supporting its 31 barbershop chapters, over 60 quartets, and over 1200 members throughout Ontario, and it is committed to promoting the Society's mission of bringing men together in fellowship and harmony to enrich lives through singing. Member choruses and quartets are encouraged to perform throughout their communities in support of worthwhile civic, cultural, educational, and charitable endeavors.
The Kawartha Music Company: www.kawarthamusiccompany.com Our sister chorus for women of Sweet Adelines International For more info email firstname.lastname@example.org
The Westminster Chorus: www.westminsterchorus.org/ Superb young chorus - "Barbershop for the 21st Century" - twice BHS International Chorus Champions
Ambassadors of Harmony: www.aoh.org/ Three-time BHS International Champion Chorus.
Toronto Northern Lights: www.northernlightschorus.com An outstanding chorus of around 50 singers. Five-time silver medallist BHS International Chorus Competition and recognized 2000 as the smallest (34 men) chorus to have ever medalled.
Ricci Adams' Music Theory: www.musictheory.net Great site where the elements of music theory are explained through a progressive series of easy-to-understand animated lessons, often assisted by sound and downloadable charts.
Check out our new series of videos showcasing the wide range of members we have in Ontario and the one thing they have in common: they've been connected by the indelible experience of singing in close harmony. The series of videos is being released on Facebook leading up to our fall convention, but you can see the whole set below on our YouTube page.
The series is the brainchild of Ontario District VP Marketing and PR Michael Black and photographer Ash Murrell of Ash Murrell photography. Interviews with various members of the district were filmed at the spring convention in Scarborough, and each interview was then edited down to 1 - 2 minutes segments capturing how each member got involved in the art form and what the art form means to them.
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