|COVID-19 ain't holdin the Hunterdon Harmonizers down!. Our traditional Christmas Show will go on! Kind of...|
You may not be able to see us in person but you can see our singing and our zany brand of comedy. To learn more click the link.
|For more information, see:||www.njharmonizers.org/db_uploads/2020ChristmasShow.pdf|
The Hunterdon Harmonizers presented an original musical adventure fun for kids and adults alike! Shows were at 3pm and 7pm on Saturday, December 14, 2019 at Hunterdon Central Regional High School.
IThe holiday cheer didn't end there! The show continued with a concert of holiday favorites,, featuring the brilliant new chorus Somerset Hills Harmony, the Hunterdon Central Red Devils Orchestra and, of course, the Hunterdon Harmonizers! As a finishing touch all were invited to join the performers on stage in a massive chorus for the singing of Handel's "Hallelujah Chorus" from the Messiah - with a full orchestra! Many graduates of our "Ready-Set-Sing" programs participated, and we hope to see and hear them again for the 2020 Holiday Show.
|The Hunterdon Harmonizers were proud to once again be a part of “Music Under the Stars,” sponsored by the Hunterdon County Division of Parks and Recreation. Our theme for 2019 was “It’s a Wonderful World,” and our selections included 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 featured 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. During our patriotic set, we had the honor of bringing two World War II veterans onto the stage and then capping the show with all present singing “God Bless America.” Our music and our audience participation is the heart that drives our Barbershop Society Theme song “Keep the Whole World Singing.” To get a taste of our excitement, just stop by 2 Stangl Road any Tuesday night at 7:45, and meet some Harmonizers… and feel the electricity! Give us a call at 908-806-NOTE|
|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.|
|Christian picked up signals for this project about a month ago, and now it's here. I think his comment was "Wouldn't it be neat if the Harmonizers had their own chair!."|
Let's paint a Barbershop Chair (see attachment)!. Do we have any members who "want to play?" It would be great if we could come up with an eye-catching design and have it accepted. We could retreat to red and white stripes witn notes superimposed, but i feel our collecdtive creative crania can do better than that.. Our first need is for a design, and my workshop is available if the creator needs a painting studio.. If anyone is interested, please let me know and let's designate a chair-man... rusty
Let's Sit Together, Flemington, is an exciting and unique new public art project sponsored by the Flemington Community Partnership. This community-based public art exhibit, set to open Summer 2018, will invite visitors, residents, friends and neighbors to sit together on original, hand-painted Adirondack chairs and benches that will be strategically placed throughout Flemington Borough.
Approximately 30+ professional and amateur artists will be invited to hand paint and embellish the chairs into one-of-a-kind, beautiful works for all to enjoy on a year-round basis. Individual businesses will also be commissioning additional chairs as supplies permit.
If you'd like to create a design for a chair, please fill out the form below. Professional artists will be given a stipend of $200. Community organizations will donate their time. All supplies, including chair, paint and paint supplies, will be provided by the FCP (there are no monetary costs for signing up and painting a chair).
The chairs will be delivered for painting fully assembled in early to mid June. Please fill this form out only if you are available during that time to paint your chair. Designs for chairs will accepted until May 15th. We will also need volunteers for this community project and would love your help.
|Hickory Tree Chorus will present our 2017 annual show, 'Barbershop Breakout,' on Saturday, Nov 18 at 3:00 pm. |
With a wide selection of custom repertoire and talented guest ensembles, this show promises to be exceptional! We are especially excited about our featured guests, newly-crowned 2018 International Quartet Champions,Lustre. This outstanding foursome not only won the most coveted award by SAI quartets, but they were also recognized in that same contest as '2018 Audience Favorite.'
Ticket sales are going well, so if you're interested, order your tickets asap, best done through our website at https://hickorytreechorus.org/tickets