The Santa Clarita Valley Men of Harmony a cappella chorus is celebrating its 40th year of service with a brand new show package.
In addition to the new show, the group is also presenting singing valentines on Saturday Feb. 13 and Sunday Feb 14. For as little as $50, you can have the group serenade your special someone with a song and flower gift.
Couldn’t make it to our last show? We’ll bring it to you. With the success of TV shows featuring talented singers a cappella music is once again being heard and admired across the country We love to present the unaccompanied human voice, singing from the heart.
Our focus is on great singing with a variety of musical styles including Barbershop Harmony, Doo-wop, Swing Era jazz, Tin Pan Alley musicals, and classic pop tunes in the mix. This music can take you back to the good old days of our youth and the first time we fell in love. Our Men Of Harmony chorus talent includes quartets, dancers, jugglers, magicians, balloon artists and more.
Our new approach to a cappella music, can be presented in programs ranging from 20 to 90 minutes and can be adapted to specific audiences and occasions.
We are eager to entertain your group, club or private party, and are able to offer discounts for qualifying service organizations.
The upcoming holiday season is always busy for us, so contact us as soon as possible for more information and to schedule a performance at scvmenofharmony.com.
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