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The SeaChordsmen have been rehearsing for our inaugural Singing Valentines over Zoom!  This is a live, personal, unique experience for each customer.  Your very own quartet will be talking with and then singing one of our three new, personalized, Valentine songs for you while watching you on the monitor:

Without that guy and his bald spot in the way, of course!

Details on how it works and ordering information here: How Zooming Valentines work | Seattle SeaChordsmen.  Hope we see you on Valentine's Day!

The Seattle SeaChordsmen are proud to support Scout Troup 72 each year by helping out at their Christmas tree lot. Proceeds from the sales of these trees go to support the Scouts, the Queen Anne Food Bank, and the Seattle SeaChordsmen. Word on the street is that these are some of the best trees to be found in Seattle!

Looking for your tree for this year? Head to the Safeway on upper Queen Anne -- you'll find the lot on the north side of the store. Thanks for your support!

Pictured here is Rod, SeaChordsmen bass (and longtime board treasurer) posing with the trees.

 

We know - it's BARELY November, but the Seattle SeaChordsmen have been hard at work pulling the pieces together for our 2021 Holiday Postcard -- Warm and Fuzzy. Here you can see just a small taste of what's to come, with storyboarding and choreography by our own creative mastermind Jim Durand, and music mixing already in process by the infinitely patient Saulius Matas. Yes, there will be Santa hats and cheesy smiles! Here we are briefly unmasked for some short, ultra-low-respiratory lip synching. Keep your eyes on our YouTube channel for more info as we come closer to the holidays!

Here's a video of some of some in-process performance masterminding!

Singing again!

A SeaChordsmen VLQ (Very Large Quartet) was invited to sing at the special Queen Anne Farmer's Market Pumpkin Patch day on a beautiful sunny Saturday.  This was our first live public outing since our Holiday Show in 2019, and the quartets that delivered Singing Valentines in February, 2020.   It was great to be back!

It still being an active pandemic and all, we actually wore masks while singing, but we were smiling broadly behind them!

A contingent of singers gathered at Cogir on Queen Anne on Sunday to celebrate the 93rd birthday of SeaChordsman Jim Smith. We surprised him (with the help of his niece), and cajoled him into joining us for some quartet and large-group singing. Congratulations to Jim on marking his 66th year as a SeaChordsman, and happy birthday!!

Curious to hear a clip? Here's Jim singing lead on Sweet and Lovely with bass Mike, baritone Bill, and tenor Ed.

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