Star Chords: A Quest for Intergalactic Harmony
Blast off with us to boldly go where no chorus has gone before. Join the ladies of Potomac Harmony Chorus as we adventure through the universe on a Quest for Intergalactic Harmony. We're on a mission - and on a budget - to harmonic infinity... and beyond!!
We are the Potomac Harmony Chorus, an award-winning 50-singer a cappella barbershop ensemble. A chapter of Sweet Adelines International, we are women from all over the D.C. Metro area: students to seniors, working professionals to retirees. Together, under the leadership of Master Director Ozzi Mask, we make extraordinary music and memories. Potomac Harmony performs a variety of music from Broadway hits to fifties favorites to modern jazz, all in four-part harmony, barbershop style. In doing so, we preserve a uniquely American art form. We offer something for all audiences to enjoy and we love to entertain!
(c) Jon Petersen, 2015
Do you like to sing?
Come join us at our weekly Wednesday rehearsals at 7pm. Email us or call 703-764-3896 for more information!
We love to entertain and hope to see you at one of our upcoming performances. Hosting an event, such as a Holiday Party, Birthday or Fundraiser? Inquire about having the chorus or one of our quartets or octets, sing at your venue. We also deliver "Singing Valentines"!
A chapter of Sweet Adelines International, Potomac Harmony Chorus is supported in part by
Arlington Cultural Affairs Division of Arlington Economic Development and the Arlington Commission for the Arts.
Potomac Harmony participates in CultureCapital, Your Link to the Arts In Metro DC.
Meet the Chorus
Learn more about Potomac Harmony Chorus!
Check out recent pictures in the photo gallery.
What is Barbershop?
Find out about this fabulous art form and the organization of women barbershoppers on our What is Barbershop page.
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