• Chorus 2019

  • Spring Competition 2018 Chorus Centre

  • Spring Competition 2018

  • "Do You Hear the People Sing?"

  • 2018 Spring Show

  • What We Do

    ABOUT US  
  • Hire Us!

    We love to entertain! Our chorus, quartets and octet collectively sing about 75 times a year to more than 10,000 people...
  • Rehearsals

      Sing, it's good for you......Sing barbershop it's fun!


December 3rd in St. Jacobs and December 4th in Tavistock - Details below and a link for purchasing tickets for each show is below:

CLICK HERE to purchase tickets to the St. Jacobs show

CLICK HERE to purchase tickets to the Tavistock show


Sing for the Season - There is still time for guys to join us on stage for part of the shows

Again this year, the Twin City Harmonizers are proud to be inviting men in the community to join us in celebrating the season in song by joining us on stage to sing a few well-known Christmas songs as part of our annual Christmas shows. Rehearsals are for the first hour of their regular Tuesday evening meetings starting October 18. The shows take place on December 3rd at 2:00 pm and December 4th at 2:30 pm.

No experience is needed nor is the ability to read music. If you enjoy singing and the camaraderie of men who love to sing, you won’t want to miss this opportunity. Rehearsals are from 7:00 to 8:00 pm after which guests are free to leave or stay for the rest of the rehearsal and some socializing. There is no obligation.

Our Chorus Director, Terry Hallman, says, “men of any age can be assured of a very warm welcome.”

We meet at the Kitchener Portuguese Club, 1548 Fischer-Hallman Road, Kitchener. Visitors always welcome – please register online at twincityharmonizers.com/singfortheseason

Or contact Rich Hubick [email protected] 519-241-1536



On April 13, 2019 the Twin City Harmonizers competed at the Ontario District Barbershop spring convention.  You can view a video of our performance using the link below.  

Video of Twin City Harmonizers spring competition package.


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