We are pleased to welcome the new year with a thoroughly refurbished website and hope that it will be as attractive to you as it is to us. Instead of extensive menus, buttons and images are available that lead to detail pages. Important links can also be found in the footer of all pages.
Our website is to be constantly updated with new information. Completing the self-portrayal of our member choruses and quartets will also take some time, but will offer you something new again and again during future visits. We have also planned some additional features, such as a web shop.
All BinG! members have a user account in this environment. It is also possible to create an account for non-members and is recommended, for example if you want to avoid re-entering your personal data again and again when shopping in the (future) web shop. A user account can also ease data entry when registering for public events. Last but not least, it can form the basis for a personal membership with BinG!
We thoroughly tested our platform before commissioning. Nevertheless, we cannot rule out the possibility that errors have remained unnoticed or that the use of our platform is not as intuitive as we would like it to be. In such cases, please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you do not have an account. Otherwise, please create a support ticket after signing in.
Of course, we are also looking forward to your suggestions if you miss information or functions.
MissHarmony is completely silent in this pre-Christmas time, nowhere to be heard. Accordingly, our Christmas greetings turn out accordingly, no photo of a glittering stage performance, instead cookies - sweet, comforting cookies. We're going to clean them up and start singing again as soon as Corona has left the stage.
Wait a minute - didn't EKBC already celebrate its 30th birthday in 2017?
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.