We now have a covered place to rehearse together until this pandemic is over. Thanks to Sound Transit for working with us to think outside the box (or inside the garage, as it were) and let us use part of their Northgate station park and ride garage for Covid-safe in-car rehearsals. In...more
Covid-19 safe in-car/outdoor singing overview
The idea here is having Covid safe rehearsals for singers. This is done by having everyone isolated in their own car. Everyone has a microphone and listens to a mix of everyone together over either their car's FM radio, or a portable MP3...more
Aaron Edwards was presented with the coveted SeaChordsmen Barbershopper Of The Year (BOTY) award for 2020 at our annual (virtual Zoom this year) Installation Ceremony the evening of January 26, 2021. A self-described "behind the scenes" guy, Aaron endured testimonial after testimonial to his...more
After over thirty years singing in the annual Figgy Pudding Caroling fundraiser downtown, in rain or, well, usually rain, the SeaChordsmen are proud to be part of this year’s first (and hopefully only) Virtual Figgy Pudding fundraiser. A dozen SeaChordsmen went down...more
One of our very talented quartets, Counter Balance, performed several "Singing Valentines" around the Seattle Area. Next year, you can send one, and sing one with us.
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The SeaChordsmen participated in the 30th Annual Great Figgy PuddingCaroling Competition and enjoyed every minute of this fun and worthwhile event. We raised over $1500, sang a great variety of Holiday songs, and made more friends all at the same time. It was great having our old friend Paul...more
On Tuesday, October 18 2016, the SeaChordsmen hosted their annual "Capture Your Voice and Sing" night with these wonderful 11 guys. For the next five weeks they will learn the joys of singing Barbershop music under tutelage of the chorus director Ted Chamberlain. From the smiles on their faces...more
Please come to the Queen Anne Farmers Market and you might hear fantastic Barbershop Music, and just maybe get to sing with us also.
The audience loved the performance of "Disney Noir" based upon comments from our Social Media sites. The Henchmen (pictured above), Cruella DeVil, our hero Steve, heroine Belle, and the SeaChordsmen all delivered a performance for the ages. Then include current Evergreen District Quartet...more
The Seattle SeaChordsmen once again perform and teach the art of Barbershop singing to the folks at the 34th Northwest Folklife Festival. Director Ted Chamberlain conducts a quick class about Barbershop singing and soon has everyone singing several Tags (the short phrases at the end of songs...more
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