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The Hunterdon Harmonizers are proud to once again be a part of “Music Under the Stars,” sponsored by the Hunterdon County Division of Parks and Recreation.   Our theme this year is “It’s a Wonderful World,” and our selections will include some sunny Broadway hits in our unique four-part a cappella style, a few swing numbers, some old standards, and several stirring patriotic songs.  As a special treat, we will feature a fantastic group of young singers, TRUE VOICE PROJECT, which is a non-profit choir for high school students and young adults, focused on creative musical collaboration.  Please join us on August 1, 7pm, in Deer Path Park to enjoy our Wonderful World of summer songs.


the craft fair has been cancelled for 2019.  

Downtown Flemington will have a new look by the end of the year, with sidewalk reconstruction starting by the end of June.  Because of the magnitude of this project, availability of the sidewalks in Historic Flemington could not be reliably predicted. The Harmonizers have attempted to find another workable site for our annual Craft Fair, but we have run out of time and options for 2019.  All of the local government and supprort organizations have been wonderfully cooperative, and we are planning to come back stronger than ever in 2020.  Our loyal crafters will be pleased with the new look, and as soon as we have the plans finalized, we will post our plans and reach out to all of our stakeholders..  Stay tuned for the details on our 2020 event - our 35th Craft fair! 

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Who are the Hunterdon Harmonizers?


The Hunterdon Harmonizers Barbershop Chorus is an all male a cappella singing group located in Flemington, New Jersey. We are active in community and private events throughout Central New Jersey, and welcome men of all ages who share our love of music and service. This site will help you become more familiar with our chorus and activities in and around Flemington, NJ, and beyond.

Were you a member of your high school chorus? Do you sing in a church choir? Would you like to share your love and appreciation of music and harmony with men who relish the chance to perform a uniquely American musical style? If so, then barbershop singing is something you may enjoy!


Congratulations to the ladies and gentlemen who graduated from the 2019 Hunterdon Harmonizers’

free musical education program.  We hope that the basics that we have shared in these six weeks will help you appreciate your talents and encourage you to develop and share these talents in the joyful ways that we musicians make this a “Wonderful World.”

Please watch for the Hunterdon Harmonizers at local events, such as our August 1 performance in Hunterdon’s “Music Under the Stars” series at Deer Path Park.  A reprise of “Wonderful World” including all of our graduates is very possible, so be prepared.  Be sure to put December 14, 2019 on your calendar for our annual Holiday Show at Hunterdon Central, featuring the Hunterdon Central Pit Orchestra and a special guest chorus.

The Hunterdon Harmonizers are grateful to you for joining us in harmony, and we would like to acknowledge the Hunterdon County Cultural and Heritage Commission and the Hunterdon County Board of Chosen Freeholders for their support of this program.  If you missed this program, please subscribe to our mailing list and you will be the first to learn of our next set of free singing lessons.


Donald Reckenbeil, the musical director of the Hunterdon Harmonizers, was recognized at the recent Mid-Atlantic District Convention in Reading, PA. for 30 years of service as a front-line director in the Barbershop Harmony Society. Twenty years of his service has been spent as the director of the Harmonizers. Don was recognized in front of the Harmonizers on Tuesday, October 10, in our rehearsal hall at Stangl Stage. In the photo (left-to-right) are Rusty Williams (President and assistant), Don Reckenbeil (director), Christian Hunter (Immediate Past President and District Representative), and Mark Bentley (assistant). The Harmonizers are currently preparing for participation in the Flemington "Music in the Schools" program on March 19 at Reading-Fleming Intermediate School. We are also getting ready for our upcoming Barbershop Society Competition and Convention, which will be held in Allentown, Pa. on April 26 & 27. This will kick off our 2019 calendar of events, which will include the Flemington and White House Memorial Day Parades, the July 4 celebration in Lebanon, and our annual "Music Under the Stars" concert on August 1 at Deer Path Park.

the gift of love

2019 was a special year for the loved ones who received a Singing Valentine from the Hunterdon Harmonizers.  If you missed the opportunity to do something special for that special person, be prepared when 2020 rolls around.  Bookmark the Hunterdon Harmonizers, or you might wind up in the doghouse!


Harmony Foundation International believes in the transformative power of singing. No matter if you think you can carry a tune or not, the simple act of raising your voice in song provides so many physical, social and emotional benefits to your life.
  • Our mission is to connect people through charitable giving to enrich lives through singing. We fulfill our mission by partnering with singing organizations and funding their programs that encourage and enhance singing experiences for all ages ensuring everyone has access to the life-changing power of singing.
  • Our donors financially enable programs that share, nurture and perpetuate the love of singing, in particular four-part a cappella-style harmony. As proud ambassadors for philanthropy, we link those who desire to be financial catalysts for inspiration directly to our impact partners providing programs that enrich lives through singing.
  • We grant support for scholarships that provide singing and training opportunities to middle school through college age youth, as well as singing directors and singing educators. We also grant outreach programs to develop new audiences and participants and provide opportunities for lifelong singing to people of all ages.
  • Our donors often declare that they know they will never be able to give back as much as singing barbershop has provided to their lives but they know that no matter the size of gift, the Foundation will be able to put it to good use. Thanks to our dedicated donors, last fiscal year alone, we were able to distribute nearly $1.5M in funding that is creating ripple effects of benefits into communities across the country.

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