Friday October 4, 2013 at 7 pm A Barber shop revival vocal harmony concert will take place at the Pilgrim Congregational Church on Route 28 in Harwich Port. The Surftones a men’s four part a cappella chorus and Cranberry Shores Sweet Adeline’s chorus will perform this purely American art form as a benefit for each Chorus and The Family Pantry of Cape Cod.
The Surftones chorus strives to promote and educate the public about barbershop harmony, one of the two truly American styles of music. The 35 men in the Chorus represent all regions of the Cape, from Eastham and Chatham to Falmouth and Plymouth. The Chorus repertoire consists of the entire range of musical genres, from spirituals and patriotic songs to Broadway show tunes, from ballads to up-tunes, from old time favorites such as “Sweet Adeline” to more modern pieces such as Josh Groban’s “You Raise Me Up.” Cranberry Shores Chorus is comprised of about 25 members from all over Cape Cod and the South Shore area. They are under the direction of Dee Pelletier of Hyannis. The chorus reaches out to the community through the gift of song, with a repertoire full of toe-tapping jazz numbers, beautiful ballads, Broadway show tunes and traditional American songs.
Tickets are $15, children 12 and under $10 and are available for purchase at The Second Glance Thrift Shop on Route 28 in Harwich Port, The Family Pantry of Cape Cod on Queen Anne Road in Harwich and at the door the evening of the concert. Proceeds from the evening to be shared with the Surftones, Cranberry Shores and The Family Pantry of Cape Cod.