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Greater Harrisburg Sweet Adelines in concert
November 3, 2018 @ 7:00 PM$20 – $25
A thrilling combination of award-winning a cappella musicians will be on display at the Scottish Rite Auditorium at 7 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 3, as the Greater Harrisburg Sweet Adelines present their annual show “Try Everything.” The chorus will be joined by its special guest, Parkside Harmony, an internationally acclaimed men’s barbershop chorus from Hershey.
Greater Harrisburg Chorus, led by Master Director Claire Domenick, is the 2018 Division AA gold medalist in regional Sweet Adelines competition. The women’s barbershop chorus has tallied many honors in its 62 years, including the championship of the World Choir Games, multiple regional titles and top-15 worldwide rankings in Sweet Adelines. Greater Harrisburg Chorus will take on Sweet Adelines’ top AA contestants in international competition in New Orleans in 2019.
The chorus gives frequent performances in the community, visiting nursing homes, arts festivals, and churches as well as traveling nationwide. Greater Harrisburg Chorus headlined the 2018 Memorial Day Celebration concert at Washington D.C.’s Air Force Memorial, delivered the national anthem at an August Harrisburg Senators game, and will perform “The Star-Spangled Banner” for the Hershey Bears.
Greater Harrisburg Chorus is a competitive group of performing women singers, dedicated to advancing the barbershop art form and enriching the lives of its members and community through musical excellence, education, and community. It is a proud member of Sweet Adelines International, the largest women’s singing organization in the world, boasting more than 22,000 singers around the globe. Membership in the chorus is always open to women who love to sing. Further information is available at www.ghchorus.com, by calling 717-564-1034 or via email at email@example.com.
Founded in 2015, Parkside Harmony is a contemporary men’s a cappella chorus and one of the fastest-rising competitors in the Barbershop Harmony Society. Representing the Hershey Chapter, Parkside Harmony captured the third-place bronze medal at BHS International competition in July. For more on Parkside Harmony, look online at www.parksideharmony.org.
Tickets for “Try Everything” are $25 for adults, $20 for seniors age 65 and kids 6 to 12 years old. Admission for children below age six is free. They can be purchased online at www.ghchorus.com, by phoning 717-564-1034, or from any Greater Harrisburg Chorus member.