Completed, Nov 7-10, 2019
Harmony, Inc. returns to FloVoice for the 2019 rendition of this the event which focuses on tradition, excellence, and community.
Hot Pursuit Crowned 2019 Harmony Queens
Nov 9, 2019
It was a strong afternoon of singing at the Harmony, Inc. Quartet Finals, where Hot Pursuit was named the 2019 Harmony Queens. Scoring an 81.5%, Hot Pursuit now joins the welcome company of the Association of Harmony Queens.
Record Breaking Chorus Contest at Harmony, Inc.
Nov 9, 2019
With a score of 83.7% (1507) A Cappella Showcase took home their third gold medal at the 2019 Harmony, Inc. IC&C with the second highest chorus score ever. As expected, the chorus contest was exciting and hotly contested with runners-up Northern Blend finishing just 7 points behind A Cappella Showcase with an 83.3% (1500). It was the first time Harmony, Inc. saw not one, but two scores above an 83% in the same contest.
Harmony, Inc. Names Top Ten Quartets
Nov 8, 2019
The stage lit up all day Thursday in Sandusky with 31 international qualifiers in the Harmony, Inc. quartet semifinals. After seeing a parade of heavy hitters, big personalities, and lots of ringing chords, the coveted top ten were announced. These 10 quartets, plus a mic tester, will take the stage on Saturday at 12:30 pm EST for the quartet finals.
Hot Chorus Contest Coming at #HI2019Sandusky
Nov 6, 2019
This Friday will be a clash of the titans in Sandusky, OH as the choruses of Harmony, Inc. take the stage.
Unprecedented Quartet Contest Expected in Sandusky
Nov 4, 2019
With less than a week to go, the excitement surrounding the 2019 Harmony, Incorporated International Convention & Contests is palpable. The contests kick off on Thursday morning with 33 qualifying quartets expected to take the stage at Kalahari Resorts and Convention Center in Sandusky, Ohio.
Celebrating 60 Years of Harmony, Inc.
Oct 16, 2019
In 1957, a significant shift of needs and ideals in the women's barbershop community led to the creation of second organization. After a struggle of meetings and debate, the Melody Belles of Rhode Island were the first chorus to officially split from Sweet Adelines, followed closely by four more choruses to pursue a different direction. These 150 women propelled the creation of what became Harmony, Incorporated.