What they're saying

Listen to what a few chorus members from around the country have to say about being in orgnizations like ours:

 

"After retiring from my jobs as Church Choir Director, Soccer Coach, and Music Educator, I found that I still needed music in my life and I have always enjoyed leading others. The Sarpy Serenaders have given me the charge of revitalizing the chorus and we are making great progress. Accapella singing has always been a passion of mine and I enjoy making music with the Serenader's and Q Street  Quartet!"

Gene Torrens, Sarpy Serenader's Director

 

"Before becoming a barbershopper, I consider the 45 years I was not singing...valuable time wasted.  I became a barbershopper in 2006, because a young 80 year old man and 50 year barbershopper named Jim Griffith asked me to come check it out.  I did and I havn't looked back since.  What a great hobby!!! To borrow a phrase from one of my favorite poems, ""No Man is an Island, No man stands alone, Each man's joy is joy to me, Each man's grief is my own, We need one another, So I will defend, Each man as my brother, Each man as my friend"", sums up nicely the feelings I get from being a barbershopper.  I do love to sing!!!"

Ron Flock, President, Sarpy Serenaders 

 

 

“I enjoy the fun and fellowship and the beautiful music. Many of the members in my group I have known for years and feel comfortable singing with them. I consider my time with them to be much needed therapy!”
Robin Smith, Tri City Sound Chorus

 

“I wish I had done it 20 years ago.”
Ed Trimpe, Grand Rapids Chorus

 

“I have made so many wonderful new friends and the music runs through my head 24/7.“
Dave Richards, Cincinnati Sound Chorus

 
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