May we introduce ourselves?
We are Miss Harmony, a thirty member a cappella choir from Erkrath, just outside of Düsseldorf. We have been singing barbershop with great enthusiasm for more than 20 years and as a choir we are very well organized. That means that if our choir management is not available or has no time, the vice choir director and voice representatives together with the singers organize the rehearsal. Also in the current Corona time we are active, provide for a good cohesion and rehearse by zoom and with careful open-air rehearsals not only the repertoire, but also new pieces.
We look for YOU as new choir leader
As our new choir leader we would like you to help us optimize our harmonious choir sound with clean chords and many beautiful overtones and constantly improve our musical level. On our website www.miss-harmony.de or on https://www.facebook.com/MissHarmonyErkrath/ you can inform yourself about us and our activities.
Our rehearsal time is on Thursdays from 7.00 to 9.15 pm in Erkrath. Additional time investment: we have 5-8 performances per year, plus a rehearsal weekend and participation in the BinG! Harmony-College, a training event lasting several days.
From when? We can arrange that in a personal meeting. We look forward to hearing from you at firstname.lastname@example.org
Best regards from Erkrath
Finally singing again. Finally a concert again. This inspired not only the singers of the Erster Kölner Barbershop Chor, but above all the residents of the senior citizens' residence am Dom, to whom the male choir presented an unusual open-air concert in front of their own balcony.
What does a choir do that is not allowed to sing together. A workshop report from MissHarmony - Barbershop-Choir from Erkrath
There may be people who enjoy saving lives just by staying at home. Without belittling this important contribution: We barbershoppers lack the gigs and the rehearsals together!
Are you considering rehearsing virtually? Then these hints (in German, with references to further German and English sources) from the VAN magazine (from which the picture was also taken) might help you: https://van.atavist.com/verbindung
May you do well!