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December 01, 2015

What They're Saying 

Here is a clip from a recent visit from local TV Channel 33.  Read the full article at CW 33's website!


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


 “I started singing when I was four. Dad and I would sing duets at church. Throughout school, college & grad school included, I have been able to sing in some pretty amazing places (Carnegie Hall and Bass Hall), with some very talented people. Performing music is just so much fun! After college I started teaching, and performing just came to a halt for me for about 2 years. Those were the quietest two years of my life! Just after that is when I found the Rich-Tones. I had no idea what Sweet Adelines was then, nor did I know the vocal rigor required to be a competitive chorus member. The Rich-Tones chapter of Sweet Adelines has not only made me a better singer, it has also given me more confidence in who I am- which has even spilled over into my teaching. My students are able to see a different side of me, as I share my passion of music with them.”

Celeste Hanvey, Rich-Tone Chapter


“I enjoy the fun and fellowship of the ladies, 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 am so happy to have found Sweet Adelines and am telling all my sisters about the fun we have and the lovely ladies I have met so far.”

Cindy Phair, Suncoast Harmony Chapter

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

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

”Singing is the best therapy for lifting spirits. The music creates a positive healing flow of energy from one person to another and it is a very powerful tool in creating stable mental and physical health. Music is known to reduce stress and balance the spirit.” 
Susan Swertfager, South Valley Sound Chorus

“I'm a part of an awesome group of ladies. They work really hard at each rehearsal, but they have so much fun at the same time.”
Patti Bade, Spirit of Harmony Chorus

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