Hope you had a good July 1.
Jordan Travis posted a video to Facebook with over 300 voices from across Canada and the world have come together virtually to help celebrate Canada Day!
Hey guess what ?…The Harmonizer’s are Zooming !
With the need for social distancing we the Twin City Harmonizers have turned to Zoom for regular Tuesday meetings. You are still welcome to join us on Tuesday nights. If you would like to join us for a little music and comradery, just e-mail us at [email protected] and we will contact you with a link to join us.
Our style of music is four-part vocal harmony and you might be surprised at the variety of music and entertainment. There are several groups in Ontario that are part of the Barbershop Harmony Society. Take a look as some of the You Tube videos from various local groups to explore Barbershop style music.
If you have any questions, just drop us an e-mail at [email protected]
Below is a picture from last year’s Annual Spring Show.
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.
The power of music continues to amaze:
We would like to share with you a touching story where friends and music combined both in the moment and forever in memories.
Andrew Shackleton, a dear friend and member of the Twin City Harmonizers was in our minds as the chorus performed in our 2017 spring show. Andrew was an amazing person and good friend. We knew he was in hospice care. Ron Coulter, another friend and member of the Twin City Harmonizers recently posted this moving story on Facebook:
I'll always remember the time Ruthe Martin agreed to shoot the Twin City Harmonizers' spring show on Saturday, May 6, 2017. After the show, she asked the men to sing for Andrew Shackelton, who, at the time was in hospice. She recorded the song and posted it to YouTube. My phone buzzed at approximately 11pm. When I realized what it was, I said, "Hey, Andy. The boys are singing for you!" He had been unresponsive for two days at that point, but, when he heard the singing, he raised his hands and directed the chorus. It was an amazing and unforgettable moment. Ruthe and Andrew were both incredibly special people. Rest in peace, Ruthe. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o95r6Md6vcs