“Mostly Barbershop”

Posted on January 27, 2012 by admin

“Mostly Barbershop”

 

Featuring…

* The FTC Barbershop Quartet * The FTC A Capella Ensembles

And

* The Long Island Sound Chorus

To Purchase Tickets Click Here

    

     The Dix Hills Performing Arts Center at Five Towns College proudly invites you to experience an evening of extraordinary vocal performances”… Barbershop is the thrilling and precise execution of four-part harmony arrangements designed for the blending of the various vocal registers… This unique resonance of tones combined captures the deliberate and signature sound of human voices coming together to create the perfect resonance of the soul lifting style known as Barbershop…  This rich sounding blend of harmonies is exciting and particularly satisfying to the ear…! Whether performed within a small quartet of just four voices or with the powerful and exhilarating vibrations of a large choir…

      With his energetic positive style, Wayne Grimmer is well noted for his direction of Island Hills Long Long Island Chapter of Barbershop Choruses… Bringing them to a higher level of vocal expression and tonal excellence, awarding them the honor of their ”2010″ status as the Region’s Most Improved Chorus and to its 2010 and 2011 4th Place medal in Sweet Adelines International Region 15.   

     Share in this evening of joy…! And be enriched with the lush sounds of these well honed, intriguing… A Capella vocal performances..! The exciting and unique harmonies of Barbershop… Under the experienced and highly respected direction of  Wayne Grimmer… 

By LJC

Call Now for tickets:  631-656-2148

Date and Time:  Tuesday, May 1, 7:30 p.m.

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