The Harmonizers newest quartet, tentatively named "A Definite Harmony Disorder Quartet", debuted at the 4th Annual FSSP St. Patty's Day Parade in Clinton, NJ. The quartet, which features six members (apologies to those math majors out there),, is comprised of Carmen Olivo, Marcus Hunter, Kyle Lucchesi, Rob Lucchesi, Andrew Hunter and Christian Hunter. The group entertained the early crowd planted in some of the best seats on Main Street. They were then featured at the Grandstand to get the parade started with a set of songs "My Wild Irish Rose", "Top of the World" and then a suitable closer, "Irish Blessing". They serendaded mayor Janice Kovacs with "In the Still of the Night" including an off the cuff commercial for the great town. After several impromptu songs up and down the street and in shops they made their way to the Historic Red Mill to provide entertainment for a family friendly assortment of activiites. They even came across a familiar friendly face, Lynn Burtis (Tony Weber's partner in crime) who allowed them to provide some musical education in the old school house..
Twas a fantastically fun kick off for this sextet of quartetters and well worth braving some chilly temps. Erin go braugh!
Riley Boyce participating in American Music Abroad
Tue, Feb 28 2017
American Music Abroad is a cultural performance tour of western Europe for high school and college aged musicians. Students are carefully selected on the basis of recommendations from their school directors. The focus of the student tours is trifold: musical, cultural and educational.
In the view of American Music Abroad, music is indeed an “international language”. It is our mission to provide opportunities for musical exchange fostering better understanding and friendship. American Music Abroad encourages groups to feature a repertoire that represents the diverse culture of America. Tours have received warm receptions and outstanding reviews at concerts in some of Europe’s finest halls and cathedrals. The numerous cultural and educational experiences built into each tour range from folkloric evenings to visits to castles and World War II concentration camps.
Riley has the opportunity to participate in this wonderful program. It is self-funded so your support is requested to help him experience this awesome growth experience. Further information is available in the attached support request, as are the ways you can use to help get him there (and back again).
Interfaith Concert 2016 - Do You Hear What I Hear?
Sun, Nov 27 2016
The Hunterdon Harmonizers were honored to participate in the sixth annual Interfaith Concert to benefit the Clinton area food bank. We were proud to be part of this presentation coming from all denominations in our wonderful county. (Video recorded by Laurie Lewis)