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Long Beach Performing Arts Center, Terrace Theater
at the Long Beach Convention & Entertainment Center 300 E. Ocean Blvd. Long Beach, CA 90802
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almost all orchestra level seats are good. Not many aisles, so it is difficult to leave for the bathroom without disturbing 20+ people. Go beforehand!
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The weather was sunny but cool. I wore dark jeans, nice top and boots.
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Thrill to the sounds of the inimitable Masters of Harmony, under the direction of Mark Hale, as the five-time international chorus champion presents an array of musical selections guaranteed to elicit critical kudos and audience ovations from the opening curtain. Besides a full repertoire of show tunes and standards, the Masters will debut the contest set they hope will garner them a sixth gold medal at the Barbershop Harmony Society’s International Chorus Contest in Salt Lake City this July.

The 2005 Spring Show, titled “Time After Time,” will feature Gotcha!, 2004 International Quartet Champion, as the perennial hometown favorite bends impossible chords to the delight of barbershop aficionados. OC Times, 2004-2005 Far Western District Quartet Champion, is a foursome that everyone has come to love and enjoy. Pam Pieson, a gifted and expressive soloist, returns to captivate audiences with the pictures she projects through song.

About the Ticket Supplier: Masters of Harmony

Since 1985, the Masters of Harmony chorus has risen to the highest levels of choral singing and has gained an international reputation for its performances of technically demanding close harmony in the a cappella style. Under the direction of Justin Miller, the Masters of Harmony feature a dynamic repertoire encompassing music from the classics to jazz, patriotic to sacred, rounded out with standards and Broadway pops. The musical magic and performance artistry rendered by this premier chorus elicit standing ovations at every concert. No one is left untouched when the Masters of Harmony perform.