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‘A group of men who love to sing in the Barbershop style. Founded in 2003 they have quickly established themselves both locally and nationally as a chorus dedicated to the enjoyment of acapella 4 part harmony. Their infectious enthusiasm is guaranteed to put a smile on your face with a programme ranging from 19th century minstrel songs through to popular songs.’

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'We sing a cappella, that is, unaccompanied music, in many styles including barbershop. We are always looking for new members. No experience is necessary, just a commitment to the chorus and a desire to achieve the highest standards.'

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‘A chorus of around 80 women from Aberdeen, Scotland who sing in four part harmony a cappella style. It is one of the top women's barbershop choruses in the UK.’

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Performing chorus for the West Midlands Barbershop Harmony Club - a chorus of approximately 35 males from all age groups ... We are West Midlands based, but will perform outside of that area if required. We're not a theatrical, theological or thespian organisation; we sing unaccompanied four-part close-harmony (a capella) in traditional barbershop style.'

Also indexedWest Midlands Barbershop Harmony Club
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‘A ladies barbershop chorus from Bognor Regis, West Sussex, England. The chorus was formed in 1981 and enjoy the fun of singing and producing the wonderful sound of four-part harmony. Affiliated to LABBS - the national Ladies Association of British Barbershop Singing.’

Also indexedThe Arun Sounds
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'A lively and entertaining group of female a cappella singers, who were founded in 1976 ... We rehearse weekly in Woodley near Reading, and perform regularly around Berkshire and beyond. Our repertoire spans 100 years of popular music; we sing in the barbershop style - four part close harmony.'

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Award-winning barbershop-style ladies choir formed in 1989: 'The Belles are always keen to welcome new members to join us. Whether you love to be a diva singing the tune, or enjoy the tinkly top notes or bassy low notes, there is a part for you to sing! Singers with any level of experience are welcome - you will learn lots very quickly!'

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'An exciting award-winning chorus of around 40 ladies, that has been meeting and making music since 1977 ... New members are welcome at any time. If you are interested, do get in touch. We’d love to hear from you!'

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‘Friendly Barbershop Harmony Club in West London. One large chorus - Capital Chorus - and numerous smaller quartets ... We are a London group of men, singing a cappella in the barbershop style.’

Also indexedWest London Barbershop Harmony Club
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Competitive award-winning Choir: ‘The stage name of the West London Ladies Barbershop Harmony Club. Our members currently number over 30 and we sing a cappella (unaccompanied) four part harmony ... The Chorus is available to entertain at local and national events and concerts, singing a varied repertoire from popular ballads to Broadway showstoppers and from Bach to Queen! The chorus also puts on its own regular shows at local theatres. Although an amateur group, our approach and dedication are totally professional, and we are never happier than when we are doing what we do best - SINGING!’

Also indexedWest London Ladies Barbershop Harmony Club
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‘Has established itself as a leading barbershop group within the UK. With a great sense of fun and a unique style of entertainment, the chorus has gripped audiences during its history ... Our close knit membership of nearly sixty guys has a strong commitment to vocal and performance excellence. Cottontown particularly enjoy competing in both national and international barbershop competitions. Well respected stages around the UK including the London Palladium have given us the opportunity to wow audiences with stirring harmonies, emotional lyrics, exciting choreography and visual effects..'

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‘A dynamic award-winning chorus which enjoys performing, and the thrill of competition whether at home or abroad ... We sing a cappella (unaccompanied harmony) and belong to the Ladies Association of British Barbershop Singers. Performing at private or public events, we support community groups and nominate a charity each year.’

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Founded 2007: ‘I love the fact that I'm able to empower women with confidence and a new “Diva” attitude. I'm so proud of the way we improve, the experiences we share and of friendships that will last a lifetime. DaleDiva is all about sharing the journey - and I don't ever want it to end ... Since our early days progress has been swift and successful with highlights including medals in various national and international competitions, recording albums and winning Channel 5's "Don't Stop Believing". Our achievements mean we're a popular chorus and now have a thorough audition process and probation period to make sure our standards stay high. But despite our success we never lose sight of who we are. We're ordinary women doing extraordinary things - and singing together because we love it’.

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'A group of men who entertain a variety of audiences across Yorkshire with songs, stories and with a few jokes along the way. We socialise together, we're all good friends, we laugh together, we rehearse together, we sing together and we generally enjoy ourselves ... We have received National Lottery funding to buy music, concert and rehearsal outfits, and to provide professional coaching.'

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‘A men's Barbershop and Close Harmony chorus - singing classic Barbershop standards as well as more contemporary a cappella arrangements ... The chorus is a member of the British Association of Barbershop Singers, giving us access to their vast resources and also to the Making Music Organisation ... We perform in a wide variety of locations in and around Derby and the surrounding counties, in diverse locations: theatres, pubs, churches, hospitals radio, and outside in the open air ...  ... We welcome men of all ages to visit our rehearsals and see and hear what we do, and maybe have a go with us. You don't need to read music - but you do need a sense of humour!!!’

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‘Sings unaccompanied four-part harmony in the barbershop style. The Chorus started after a ‘Learn To Sing’ course in 2010 ... The Group performs as a classic Barbershop Quartet, an Octet (two of each part) and the full chorus. Our repertoire consists of popular songs from the Edwardian era though to the present day and includes songs from shows, ballads, number one hits, Christmas songs and carols.‘

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'We invite members and musical directors from other Essex male voice choirs to our open chorus rehearsals on a Monday evening to experience singing in the barbershop style. These rehearsals are always open to the public ... You can sit back and enjoy the singing and get to see the way we work. You can even join in if you wish! We are sure you will enjoy the experience of harmonising along with a group of friendly guys singing their hearts out. Probably the most important thing is that there is no way we will put you under any pressure to join us. Whether or not you do is entirely your decision ... Our reportoire consists of a wide selection of songs, ranging from upbeat to romantic ballads - many of which are well known and have stayed popular over the years.'

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'A 60+ strong Ladies Barbershop Chorus. Like all singing groups, our voices are organised into different voice sections and, in Barbershop singing, these range from the highest voice, Tenor, down the scale through Lead, Baritone to the bottom with the Bass section. Each section has its own leader supported by an assistant, and the whole chorus is directed by a Musical Director (MD). Each song is learned by heart – we don’t sing with sheet music in Barbershop which means that we also don’t have to stand still while we sing. To make the most of this opportunity, we also have a choreographer who helps to create the right visual effect for song staging.'

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GEM Connection Barbershop Chorus (GEM stands for Great East Midlands) was founded in May 1998 by 23 enthusiastic female singers. Since then the chorus has increased and now has over 50 members. The Chorus performs at a variety of events in the East Midlands, where we are based. We support both local and regional Music Festivals and community events and have also taken our music to Wales, Germany, Holland and Buffalo in New York state, performing on shows and competitions with other singing groups and musicians.’

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‘An enthusiastic group of over fifty men who enjoy singing together in the four-part close-harmony Barbershop style. NB the term “chorus” is the American term for choir. Our main reason for singing is entertainment, both for our audiences and ourselves, but we also take part in competitions from time to time. Over the years the chorus has enjoyed considerable success, for example, winning the gold medal on five occasions at the UK National Barbershop Convention ... In fact, the chorus has never been out of the top few positions in all the years it has been eligible to compete in this competition. Consequently the chorus has travelled to the USA on several occasions to represent the UK at the International Convention.’

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'The chorus is one of over fifty such groups who are members of the British Association of Barbershop Singers (BABS). The chorus has a current membership of over forty singers and is the only BABS registered male barbershop chorus in the North of Scotland.'

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‘Formed in 1974 following inspiration from a touring American chorus, The GWC has been bringing joy and entertainment to British, European and American audiences ever since, with its unique blend of 50-plus unaccompanied male voices, performing wonderful close harmony arrangements ... The GWC competes regularly in local, national and international music festivals and has won the British Association of Barbershop Singers' Championship on a record ten occasions (most recently in May 2017) and has never been placed outside of the top five nationally!‘

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‘We are a group of ordinary men, who, with a fair amount of enjoyable hard work, and good coaching, have learned to sing well together ... Not surprisingly you need to be able to sing in tune and after a few weeks of rehearsals, and a very friendly and informal audition, you will know if we are the right sort of singing group for you to join ... Formed in 1978, Hallmark of Harmony [as at 2018] have been named the best chorus in Britain seven times. We have represented the British Association of Barbershop Singers (BABS) three times at the international barbershop contest in America.‘

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‘We are a friendly group of male singers who enjoy singing in the Barbershop, close harmony style ... We sing for our own enjoyment and undertake a number of local engagements every year. We welcome new members whether experienced singers or complete novices. There is no need to read music as training CDs are provided as an aid to learning our repertoire of popular songs. We also welcome enquiries from local clubs and societies who are looking for singing entertainment at their gatherings.’

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‘We are Hillfoot Harmony Chorus, a group of female A Capella singers based in Dollar, near Stirling in central Scotland. We strive for musical excellence in the performance of barbershop singing. We are also great friends and laugh with each other. We are a member of Sweet Adelines International, a global musical organisation that supports us in perfecting the art of four-part barbershop singing. We sing in the local and surrounding communities, at charity events, and to support local groups. Our ages range from mums with young children up to ladies with grandchildren, with many diverse jobs and some retirees. “These are the friends I always wanted and the sisters I never had“.’

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‘We are a ladies a cappella (unaccompanied) chorus based in Milton Keynes.  We call ourselves a “chorus”, rather than a “choir”, because we don’t just sing our songs, we perform them. We sing for fun, competition and charity in four parts mostly in the “barbershop” style.’

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'In the 1980s, a group of young men in a Harpenden local put their heads together and decided to sing in harmony. They succeeded. Kings always succeed. Today, we number around thirty, including a healthy regular turnout of twenty plus at weekly rehearsals, plus singouts, concerts, national events and home-and-away do’s with other harmony clubs. Ages range from early twenties to infinity.'

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'An enthusiastic group of over fifty men from South West Devon anywhere from Torquay to Plymouth, who love singing together in four-part close-harmony Barbershop style ... We are well known throughout the region for our entertaining performances, and we focus on the singing of four part harmony in the barbershop style, straight from the heart ... The Kingsmen is the Performance name of the Kingsbridge Barbershop Harmony Chorus.’

Also indexedKingsbridge Barbershop Harmony Chorus
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'We would love the opportunity to entertain you and your guests. We offer a different and memorable experience ... We sing a range of upbeat hits, rhythm and blues and ballads to melt your heart. Whatever your occasion we will be able to put together a programme that gives the mood you want to achieve.

Also indexedChess Valley Barbershop Singers
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'The only barbershop chorus for women in Nottinghamshire was founded in 1992 by a group of teachers and students at Arnold Hill Comprehensive School ... Lace City Chorus now has over 90 members from all over the East Midlands. Women of all ages, backgrounds and of all musical abilities join us to sing, have fun and make lifelong friendships. Our members range in age from 23 to 79 years old. Our members are not professional musicians. Our members are from a variety of backgrounds and hold jobs such as sales manager, accountant, nurse, chemist, executive director, and teacher - as well as being wives, partners, mothers and aunties! These days the chorus is highly regarded as one of the premier barbershop choruses in Europe, having won the regional championships (UK, Ireland and the Netherlands) an unprecedented five times. These successes have led to the chorus competing at the Sweet Adelines International Convention (the "world championships" of Barbershop) ...'

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‘An award winning women’s barbershop chorus based in central London. We sing a cappella and everything from classic barbershop to musical numbers and pop songs, and are dedicated to achieving a high standard and having fun. We love to perform and put on several concerts throughout the year. We also compete nationally and internationally, having won the gold medal at the 2017 Spanish Association of Barbershop Singers.’

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‘A Barbershop Harmony singing group based in the Staines and Hampton areas ... We mostly sing music written up to the 1970's as those type of “tuneful” songs suit our style of singing. Our songs include popular music, show music and vaudeville music but we also do some comedy numbers and the odd sea shanty too! At Christmas we can also be heard singing the odd Christmas carol.‘

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‘A ladies barbershop chorus based in York and a member of LABBS, the national association for female barbershoppers. We sing in a-capella (unaccompanied) close harmony in four parts: lead, tenor, baritone and bass. The part names are taken from male barbershop but we sing in a higher pitch to match the female range.’

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'The Major Oak Chorus is more than just a Barbershop ensemble, it is a family. We love getting together each week, and sharing friendships as well as great music. Sitting in on one of our rehearsals is the perfect way to find out more about us, and what we can do for you! You'll have the opportunity to hear us perform four-part, a cappella harmony, and you'll be invited to join us on the risers to experience the music, friendship and fun for which Major Oak Chorus is known!'

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Mersey Harmony is the stage name of the Liverpool Ladies Barbershop Singers, which formed in 1976 by a few ladies who felt their husbands were having too much fun singing with the local men's group! The chorus now attracts singers of all ages, from all walks of life, with a common love of singing, in particular, the barbershop style of unaccompanied close four part harmony ... As an award winning chorus, our repertoire is wide ranging and eclectic, spanning the decades and musical genres, with, quite simply, something for everyone. We perform regularly at  functions and events throughout Merseyside and the North West and compete annually at events and festivals around the country.‘

Also indexedLiverpool Ladies Barbershop Singers
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Mountain Harmony are a group of ladies from North Wales, Wirral and Cheshire who come together to sing four part harmony a capella in the barbershop style ... Mountain Harmony sing a range of songs from across the decades. From traditional Barbershop songs through to modern popular music and everything in between! ... Our repetoire includes rock 'n' roll, blues, swing and pop and some beautiful ballards that bring a tear to the eye ... And we enjoy ourselves! Barbershop is about performing. We move, smile and put the feeling of the words across to our audience. If you think you know what to expect from Barbershop.....we may make you think again!’

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Based in Middlesbrough: ‘We are a group of men who enjoy coming together to sing and practise our love of barbershop. Our members come from all walks of life and of a range of ages. The common bond is friendship and barbershop singing’.

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'We are a group of men who sing 4 part harmony in the Barbershop style ... Newcomers are always welcome and need no musical skills except the ability to sing in tune ... Please come along and join us or just listen. You will be very welcome.'

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‘Ladies Barbershop Chorus ... formed in 1979 at an evening class at Wensum Lodge ... We attract singers from all over Norfolk, and welcome women of all ages and from all walks of life who share a love of this style of harmony and a passion for singing and performing ... Norwich Harmony is steered by our music team and our committee elected at our AGM held each January. The committee organises singouts (the barbershop name for concerts), convention attendance, fundraising, PR, costumes, finance and everything else needed to run a group of this size smoothly.’

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One Acchord, originally known as Vocal Essence, is a ladies barbershop chorus located in Newtown St Boswells with a current membership of around 30. Our members come from a wide area of the Borders including Duns, Coldstream, Galashiels, Kelso, Ancrum, Lauder and St Boswells.’

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‘Originally called "Vocal Academy" we are now proud to call ourselves "Ouse Valley Chorus". The change in name was to reflect our geographical reach and to let people know who we are. Based in Huntingdon, Ouse Valley Chorus was formed in 2001 when a group of men who enjoy singing all kinds of music decided to get together once a week to practice their hobby. Since that time it has gained a reputation for exciting, top quality performances with many successful entries into national and regional competitions over the years.’

Also indexedVocal Academy
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‘We are a jovial bunch of guys who are always keen to welcome new members. Whilst we all remain focussed on our music, we are still able to retain a totally informal atmosphere where friendly banter is the order of the day ... Why confine your singing skills to the bath when so many others could benefit from your suppressed talent!‘

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‘Allowing ordinary singers to do extraordinary things! ... We are an all male acapella (unaccompanied) harmony chorus, about 50 members strong, based in Taunton, Somerset ... Our aim is to encourage the enjoyment of singing through a continuous high quality educational barbershop singing programme. We are the only chorus of its type in Somerset. We perform at concerts, weddings, birthdays and anniversaries.’

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‘We are a group of male singers based in Potton, Bedfordshire. Currently we have about sixty members of all ages, mostly amateur singers drawn from the local area with a significant number travelling from different parts of the region ... We meet every week to rehearse and sing for our own pleasure and we take part in competitions and public performances throughout the year. Our repertoire is rich and varied, encompassing the roots of barbershop music, sentimental lullabies and stirring upbeat numbers. Timeless classics, hits from the musical theatre and modern standards all have their place.‘

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‘Formed in 2000, we are all members of the Ladies Association of British Barbershop Singers (LABBS) which has over 50 choruses nationwide. We work hard but we have lots of fun, we socialise and make friends with other choruses during the year at coaching sessions, workshops and competitions ... We have around 45 members usually with 2 or 3 in the pipeline working to achieve full membership with the chorus. Members have a wide range of jobs, ages and interests within the chorus which makes for a great mix.’

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‘Formed in the mid 1970s and specialises in a form of a cappella four-part harmony for men known as Barbershop singing ... We encourage male quartet singing and we boast several medal-winning quartets over the years. We also complement our barbershop repertoire with a variety of popular songs which include pop, blues, traditional, spiritual, show songs and timeless classics - all sung unaccompanied and in harmony.’

Also indexedPortsmouth & District Barbershop Harmony Club
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‘We are a friendly chorus welcoming women from 16 years to infinity to come and join us. We sing four part harmony. All we need is a note from a pitch pipe and we can sing anywhere - and we do! It's FREE to visit on rehearsal night for four weeks, so what have you got to lose? ... We are part of an organisation called Sweet Adelines International, which began in the USA over sixty years ago and has progressed all around the globe. The worldwide membership of Sweet Adelines extends over five continents and has more than 500 choruses and 1,200 quartets amongst its members.’

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‘A modern, vibrant and friendly group of women who enjoy singing. We are a ladies barbershop chorus who sing a cappella (unaccompanied) in 4 part harmony ... If you would like to hear us, or you are interested in joining our chorus please get in touch - You will be made most welcome (and you could make over 70 new friends !!).’

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'An amateur male barbershop chorus with over 50 members. We have maintained a top-6 placing in National competition since 2006, making us one of the UK's leading barbershop groups.'

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Founded 1978: ‘The Guildford Barbershop Harmony Club (a.k.a. Surrey Fringe) was one of the first Barbershop Clubs to be formed in the UK ... We are a group of men who meet every Tuesday evening and sing a wide variety of music in four-part harmony. We currently have around 40 singers, although we are always pleased to welcome new members ... We teach people to sing and we perform at public and private functions’.

Also indexedGuildford Barbershop Harmony Club
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‘We are a women's chorus, based in Coulsdon in Surrey, specialising in a cappella, close harmony singing. We sing for pleasure, to entertain & to compete as a chorus of Sweet Adelines International.’

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‘A male voice chorus singing in the Barbershop style. We’re a friendly bunch of guys from all walks of life who share a common love of singing. Our repertoire covers a wide range of songs and we enjoy performing for and entertaining others. Why not come along for one of our evening rehearsals and and hear what we’re all about. We are a show chorus aiming to entertain people across the South, but in particular in Sussex.’

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‘The Madeley & District Male Voice Choir was formed over thirty years ago. The name was changed to the Telfordaires when the chorus joined the British Association of Barbershop Singers, (BABS). Now well known throughout the region for their dynamic performances, the chorus also has a reputation for entertainment amongst other barbershop choruses. We focus on the singing of four part harmony in the barbershop style, straight from the heart.’

Also indexedMadeley & District Male Voice Choir
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‘An exciting mix of stunning harmonies, energy and enthusiasm sets the 40+ male voice Thames Valley Chorus singers apart from conventional choral groups ... Our fabulous repertoire of ballads and up-tempo songs in the barbershop style ranging from old love songs to Broadway hits, guarantees high quality entertainment at events and functions both large and small.’

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‘A fun group of ladies of all ages, from 16 upwards who get together for the enjoyment of singing well known songs in a capella four part harmony. Members come from a variety of backgrounds but with so much in common; our love for singing, our desire to learn to sing better through education and to be part of a friendly, happy chorus.‘

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‘We are an a cappella Male Voice Barbershop Chorus, and draw most of our Members and Supporters from the Ashtead, Bookham, Epsom, Fetcham, Leatherhead, Tadworth and Sutton areas. We perform at concerts and regularly sing at other local venues. There's a great deal of enjoyment and satisfaction in singing together in close harmony ... From time to time, The Downsmen put on a Learn to Sing (LTS) course, which has been the route to membership for several of our current members.’

Also indexedNorth Surrey Barbershop Harmony Club
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‘A male singing group singing acapella music in the Barbershop style ... Singing Barbershop harmony is about fellowship, fun and making music that makes you feel alive! It is a form of singing that is enjoyable, exciting, stimulating and totally fulfilling. If you already are an experienced singer, this may be that “something different” that you are looking for. If you are a newcomer you may be like many men who would love to sing and harmonise with a good bunch of blokes, but just never got round to it, or are too self-conscious to give it a go. The simple fact is that just about everyone can sing. We can help you discover your voice and gain confidence.’

Also indexedBromley Barbershop Harmony Club
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‘We are Suffolk's male Barbershop chorus singing close harmony acappella arrangements of popular music. The VIPs meet every week to rehearse and we like to compete in the annual National Barbershop Convention at the end of May, as well as performing at occasional events across the county.’

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Winchester Ladies Barbershop Chorus founded in 1985: ‘Since then the chorus has grown in numbers and ability. We now have about 35 members and each year sees us rising further up the national "league table". We regularly compete in local music festivals where we have won several trophies ... Besides competing at local, national and international level, we have a busy diary of bookings for entertaining at local events. In addition, we have played an active role in the community and have entertained in local residential homes, run free vocal workshops and participated in local Charity Concerts’.

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‘We are a Bromley-based Ladies' Barbershop Choir who take great enjoyment in singing together! ... The sections are named as in male Barbershop groups: * Tenors – similar to soprano in terms of range, with harmony above Lead; * Lead – sings the melody and the largest section of the Chorus; * Baritone – similar to mezzo soprano in range, often with the quirkiest harmony dipping above and below Lead; * Bass – lower than typical alto range, most well-known for the “bah dhm” notes below the others ... We welcome new members so come along on Tuesday evenings to listen or join in.  We take our music seriously but have lots of fun as well!’

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‘An award-winning, all-female a cappella choir based in Kent ... A modern and exciting group of harmony singers who got together in March 2009 with one thing on our minds: “Fabulous singing” ... We are members of the international association, Sweet Adelines International, and are proud to have been national Gold Medal Champions in 2012 and represent the UK & Netherlands at the International Championships in Hawaii in 2013 - then again in Las Vegas in 2016! More recently we became the 2017 European Women's Bronze Medal Chorus ...’

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‘Was born in 1986 after a public performance from Liverpool Barbershop Chorus inspired a handful of keen singers to attempt to recruit members from Southport and surrounding areas. The Chorus has gone from strength to strength and now numbers around 35 performing members and many associate members ... We are a male chorus, but if you happen to be of the fairer sex there is also a ladies chorus in Southport – “Just Voices” - who have just as much fun as us.’

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‘A women's only Barbershop Chorus ... We are a lovely bunch of Ladies who love to sing for pleasure ... Welwyn Harmony is a group of enthusiastic singers who strive for personal excellence and a professional, polished performance. We are available for community or private performances, and are always keen to invite visitors to our rehearsal. If you are not sure what it's all about, why not come along one Tuesday and let us convince you!‘

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‘A group of women who sing, play and perform together. We have a wide range of songs in our Repertoire, from shows, modern hits and songs for the festive season. The most important thing for us is to entertain our audiences and to have fun whilst doing it. We aim to challenge, encourage, train, support and develop each member in vocal and performance skills. We are always looking for new members to join us. We are based in Dorset and compete in local Music Festivals and the National Barbershop Competition, as well as singing at local functions, events and weddings when requested.’

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‘The performance name of The Leeds & Bradford Barbershop Harmony Club ... We sing in the barbershop, close harmony style. Songs old and new. We entertain and compete in national and local competitions mainly for fun, but with the serious aspect of improvement of our quality.’

Also indexedThe Leeds & Bradford Barbershop Harmony Club
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‘The Isle of Wight's premier male Barbershop Singing Chorus, consisting of approximately 40 men, all of whom, unsurprisingly, live on the beautiful Isle of Wight ... Our aim is to entertain our audiences and we perform across the island at weddings, funerals, anniversaries, local festivals, charity concerts and other fund raising events, performing in various Island hotels, pubs, churches and church halls, theatres and concert halls, town streets and squares, and retail stores.’

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‘A registered charity supporting male barbershop singing in the UK. We are the largest barbershop organisation outside of North America, and have 60 registered choruses (choirs) and over 100 registered barbershop quartets. More and more people are experiencing the thrill and excitement of singing harmony in the distinctive barbershop style, which has resulted in a significant increase in the membership of our association. They all share the joy of singing - but it’s the harmony that makes the difference!’

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’LABBS is one of three barbershop-singing organisations in the United Kingdom. Our members love to sing and we take every opportunity to share our love of barbershop and our passion for harmony, wherever we can. Since its establishment in 1976, LABBS has grown to have 50 clubs and over 2000 members who are located up, down and across the country from Cornwall to Scotland. The choruses vary in size and are made up of women of all ages but at the heart is their shared love of singing, friendship and being part of a modern and dynamic association.‘

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‘The QUARTET OF NATIONS REGION 31 is a dynamic community of women singers representing Sweet Adelines International in England, Scotland, Wales and the Netherlands. We come together regularly to celebrate singing a cappella four-part harmony in barbershop style ... Today’s Sweet Adelines choruses and quartets sing exciting a cappella, four-part harmony music, barbershop style. The music includes special arrangements of today’s ballads, classic songs, popular show tunes and mainstream music.‘

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