SINGERS WANTED FOR CHRISTMAS TOUR
The Aces of Harmony are looking for singers to join them on their Christmas Tour. On Dec. 1. the chorus will be travelling in a bus through the Peterborough area and, sing for the residents in the different care and retirement facilities. Are you interested? Please contact:
Max 705 740 4573. (sorry ladies we are a male chorus)
|You want to sing like the Pentatonix? You are between the ages of 10 and 30? Join us on Monday Oct. 15 from 6 to 7 PM in the meeting hall of the North Minster Church, 300 Sunset Blvd. for free lessons from an experienced director, musician and teacher. It's free!|
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|At the October 27th show, our guests are Harbourtown Sound, the largest male barbershop chorus in the country. The Ontario District representatives had competed among other choruses from around the world in Orlando, Florida this summer. Tickets are $20.00 For Adults & $10 For Students & are available from Maggie's Dutch Meat Market & Cheese Shop 13- 1837 Landsdowne Street West or call 1-705-743-8532 or email firstname.lastname@example.org and are also available from any Aces of Harmony member.|
On Saturday, May 26, the Riverside quartet ventured out to sing in the Bobcaygeon Chorister’s Show. The show was a success and Riverside certainly played their part. Enclosed some pictures of our warm –up session, as you can see, we didn’t always stick with Barbershop. By the way, we the Aces, have been invited to sing in Bobcaygeon this September.
The Aces of Harmony Quartet, ‘Sunset 4’ visited our highly valued past member Don Ferguson, to show off their Novice Quartet trophy and to sing a few songs with him. Frankly they owed Don a visit since he was badly overlooked on Valentines’ day. Don was happy to sing a few songs with us. He and Marie were also delighted to hear that our show will be a matinee this year.
After the visit we dropped by the Hospital to visit Ken Buttery and sing a few songs with him, no doubt “Wink and a Smile” was his favourite.