If we've said it once, we've said it a million times... There's not much we love more than singing a tag with a guest. Here's Jeff singing lead last night on When Happy Little Bluebirds Fly -- we hope to see him next week!
The SeaChordsmen were super happy to officially welcome Donovan to the chorus! He's been singing with us for a few months, but now it's official. Here we are "singing him in:"
How early does a chorus need to start prepping Christmas songs in order to be ready to present a polished holiday concert in December? Here's a clue from our September 6 rehearsal:
The SeaChordsmen's first Traveling Road Show is in the books! We were so happy to perform for a delightful crowd at Mirabella!
Three cheers to Pete and Jim for hosting the chorus - and their charming neighbors - for our annual summer picnic. Delicious food, perfect weather, a beautiful backyard to hang out with, and music. We had so much fun!
Did we take the opportunity to sing (almost) every song we possibly...more
We're so lucky to have Billy in our chorus - he creates birthday songs for friends, records learning tracks for us, and writes and arranges. Here's a tag he wrote and taught a few of us after rehearsal the other night - another great one!
After a couple of years with no National Night Out, the SeaChordsmen were back this year, taking advantge of the opportunity to visit our Queen Anne neighbors. We split into two group and made our way to a dozen different gatherings in the area, spreading music! Here's one crew performing:... more
We're polishing our Traveling Road-Show during our rehearsals this month, and we're learning a tag so that we can teach it during the show! Here we are taking our first stab at If Happy Little Bluebirds Fly. If a one-hour show would be fun for you, please reach out to us! Our show features a...more
We never tire of having guests join us -- here we are doing a tag with Constantin, a visiting bass:
We had SO MUCH fun with Rob Mance this week! He spent time with the chorus, with quartets, and with individuals, helping us find ways to sing better and more efficiently. We all came away with practical advice for ways we can improve. Also, we laughed -- who knew you could have quite so much fun...more
After two years with no in-person element, the Folklife Festival was back this year, and not even a late-May rainstorm could keep the SeaChordsmen from singing! We were happy to be back to teach tags, perform a few songs, and sing through Heart of My Heart with the participant-audience. One tag...more
The Four Ever Young quartet was happy to be asked to perform in honor of Kim Turner at a meeting of the Queen Anne Historical Society, when Kim received an honor for his decades of service. The quartet performance was a surprise, and the audience got a chance to hear the quartet, and a quintet,...more
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