needs YOUR help!
And it's so easy!
We are preparing for a music festival for young women ages 12-25 who love to sing in our surrounding communities. This festival will help teach young singers about the barbershop harmony artform which is one of the few true American artforms and was started right here in Oklahoma!
We need volunteers and funds to help make this a huge success! CLICK HERE to find out how YOU can help!
2012 Region 25 3rd Place Medalists for Division AA and Overall, scoring our HIGHEST SCORE EVER!
Tea With The Queen
Who is invited? Women who love to sing
What is this? Social gathering in which we share tea and
cookies while sharing more information about
what we're about. This year's theme is
"Masquerade". You can bring your own
favorite mask or we can provide one for you.
Where we meet? Fresh Start Community Church Western Annex
(this is the gym 1 block behind the north end of the main church building)
309 N. Eastern Avenue, Moore, OK
When? Saturday, August 11th, 2012 at 2:00 pm
Why attend? To learn more about this amazing group of women, have some fun, learn a
few bits of music, and learn more about this organization.
All of those in attendance will have the opportunity to make a very small donation to our riser fund and in return, receive a chance to win a new KINDLE FIRE. Must be present to win!
This community event allows those who attend to learn more about our group and the opportunities they have to perform with this award winning acappella chorus! We will be serving tea (both iced and hot) and cookies. Guests will also be treated with a short mini concert and will have the opportunity to learn a few tags (endings of songs) to sing with the group.
Looking for an opportunity to share in the harmony? Then don't miss this event! You too could meet many new lifelong friends, learn some fun and heartfelt new music, and share your many other talents with your community.
Why do we call it Tea With The QUEEN?
Because our director, Debbie K. Hogan, is actually a QUEEN of HARMONY! She is the lead of the 1987 International Quartet Champions, Ginger 'n Jazz. In the Sweet Adelines, Int'l organization, international quartet champions are crowned and are referred to as Queens of Harmony throughout the rest of their lives. We are very proud to be directed by this amazingly talented woman! There are so few individuals who make it to this level of competition and succeed in winning the highest honor possible.