The first Tuesday of August is National Night Out, and this year, the SeaChordsmen continued their tradition of heading out into the neighborhood where we rehearse to sing to various gatherings, spreading joy and harmony! We passed out flyers about our upcoming ...more
Congratulations to our very own Elizabeth Davies on completing her certification as the first female judge in the singing category for the Barbershop Harmony Association! It's an honor (there are fewer than 30 such judges in the world), and she's worked hard for it. We're proud of you --...more
Thanks to Aljoya Thornton Place for inviting the SeaChordsmen to come perform our Pirate Road Show this weekend! We had a ton of fun, and the weather was beautiful!
We often try to record a tag with a guest, and even more so when somebody joins the chorus as a new member! Over the holidays, we welcomed a bunch of guests, and all of our best intentions along those lines got away from us. But only temporarily! So, here's a belated and giant welcome to Marlese...more
It wasn't his first time, and it won't be his last time, we hope, but Alexander Koller visited the SeaChordsmen this week to coach us during our rehearsal this week. We did lots of fun stuff -- tons of snapping, learned a visual cue to help us think about landing on the top side of a blown pitch...more
We love sharing harmony, and are always excited to have guests join us for a rehearsal.
Check out this week's guests -- we had a ton of fun singing with them, and we'd love to sing with you, too!
Details on visiting a rehearsal are ...more
Check out this pirate crew! They're around and about this summer, performing their pirate-themed road show to crowds in the Seattle area. We're having so much fun with our show this year, and we're getting to try out a whole new look, too.
We had a blast at Folklife again this year! Cheers to Dave for charming the audience, and to five chorus members who...more
We had a ton of fun doing our first official Traveling Road Show of the year with our friends at University House in Issaquah! We visited them with last year's Road Show, and they were excited to have us back.
Here we are performing one of our show songs, All I Have to Do is Dream:... more
If you know, you know! After a long COVID hiatus, quarteting is back and Dave's house! Here's a snippet of four SeaChordsmen singing Wild Irish Rose:
The Seattle SeaChordsmen spent the afternoon of May 17 performing in the Syttende Mai parade in Ballard, to celebrate Norwegian Independence Day! We had a ton of fun. Here we are serenading one of the members of the crowd:
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