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Putting Directors First in 2017

Christina Lewellen, International President

February 2, 2017
In 2017, Harmony, Inc. is going to show the world just how important our musical directors are to our organization. The Directors First program is off to a powerful start and we have the opportunity to now kick it into high gear. Our goal is to send 12 directors or musical leaders to Harmony University in July. Our fundraising window is limited in our first year out of the gates—we must act swiftly to secure the funds to send the first 12 Harmony, Inc. reps this summer! Then, of course, we’ll have a whole year to earn the funds we need to send next year’s crop of 12 directors. At the end of the five-year campaign, we’ll have sent one director or musical leader from EACH CHAPTER to Harmony University for a world-class barbershop education. This campaign is going to make your director better, make your chorus better, and make the weekly experience on your risers better. We all chip in and we all benefit.
Watch the video. Learn about the program. Organize your donation. Watch Harmony, Inc. grow and flourish. This year is the year we are going to put Harmony, Inc.’s directors first!

Sea Belles Chorus awarded funding to prepare for competition.

April 1st, 2016
Check out the story published by Trinity Today News
here.


Area 1 AC&C

June 30, 2015
AC&C 2015 in Area 1 has brought with it a renewed sense of community and love of our music.  The membership in Area 1 was treated to incredible hospitality by the members of Newfound Sound their families and friends as a little more than 200 of us travelled to the Rock (also known as Newfoundland) in June. 

Read the rest of the story here.


When I Sing

June 22, 2015
Area 5’s, Nickel City Sound from Sudbury, Ontario has done it again!
Last fall we reported on the success of Nickel City Sound’s inaugural “When I Sing” project. The idea for the project was born in the shared love of music and, in particular, a cappella harmony along with the belief that music has the power to break down boundaries, bridge distances and make people feel better. The success of the project in 2014 resulted in the chorus receiving the Healthy Community Award from the City of Greater Sudbury and spurred the organizers and coaches to undertake the project again this year.  Read the rest of the story
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Atlanta Harmony Celebration! sings for inaugural Lawrenceville Christmas Parade

December 2, 2016
Atlanta Harmony Celebration! rang in the holiday season during the first ever Lawrenceville Christmas parade and festivities on Friday evening, December 2nd, in downtown Lawrenceville, GA. The event featured a visit from Santa Claus, community floats, and the impressive Budweiser Carriage and Clydesdale Horses. As the parade came to a close, audience members gathered on the Historic Square beside the brilliantly sparkling Christmas tree in downtown Lawrenceville to listen to Atlanta Harmony Celebration! and friends, the Stone Mountain Men's Chorus, welcome the holiday season with a concert variety of musical favorites. The mixed set culminated with a holiday sing-a-long and a joint carol, "We Wish You a Merry Christmas"!


More Success for Northern Blend Chorus

November 8, 2015
Check out the story published by Fox News
here.


Harmony, Inc. Welcomes Bluegrass Harmony

June 30, 2015
Today Bluegrass Harmony became the newest chapter of Harmony, Inc. Located in Louisville, Ky., the chapter is part of Area 4.Bluegrass Harmony is located here:
https://www.facebook.com/BluegrassHarmony Welcome, ladies!


Atlantic Provinces gains its first Harmony, Inc. Singing Judge in six years

January 26, 2017
Sue Kember, director of Atlantic Barbershop Champions The ScotianAires Chorus, has been certified as a Singing Category Judge with international barbershop organization Harmony, Inc. at its Category Training School held in January 2017 at Greenfield NH. Harmony, Inc. trains candidates for certification in four categories: Singing, Music, Performance, and Chairman of Judges. In the Atlantic Provinces, which comprise Area 1 in Harmony, Inc., there are currently two Performance Candidates (ScotianAires members Jill Reid and Fatima Whelan) and one Performance Judge (Theresa Weatherbee). Sue’s certification now gives the Atlantic Provinces its first Harmony, Inc. certified Singing Judge in six years.To read more, click
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