All-Male Barbershop Chorus Masters of Harmony at the Ebell Theatre
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The last date listed for Masters of Harmony Concert was Saturday October 21, 2006 / 8:00pm.
Quotes & Highlights
Masters of Harmony has won six international championships and was inducted into the Barbershop Hall of Fame in September 2002.
VoCA, a mixed-voice ensemble, will be the featured guest artist.
Masters of Harmony, under the direction of Mark Hale, was the 2005 International Chorus Champion of the Barbershop Harmony Society (SPEBSQSA, Inc.). Based in Santa Fe Springs, California, the all-male chorus of more than 100 voices is dedicated to musical excellence and the preservation of the uniquely American style of music known as “barbershop.” In the years since its inception in 1985, Masters of Harmony has risen to the highest levels of a cappella singing in the world, with six international championships and numerous other recognitions to its credit. The group was inducted into the Barbershop Hall of Fame in Sharon, Pennsylvania, in September 2002.
At this special concert, VoCA, a mixed-voice ensemble, will be the featured guest artist.
Proceeds from the concert will benefit St. Vincent Meals on Wheels.
About the Ticket Supplier: St. Vincent Meals on WheelsThe mission of the St. Vincent Meals on Wheels is to prepare and deliver well-balanced, nutritious meals to homebound elderly and other vulnerable residents within a 43-square-mile target area of Los Angeles.
Equally important are the preventative goals of heading off the degenerative processes brought on by malnutrition, and of enabling seniors and others to remain independent in their own homes for as long as possible.
Most program participants are too frail or too ill to shop for and prepare food, while others are disabled or suffering from debilitating disease. St. Vincent Meals on Wheels serves anyone in need, regardless of age, illness, disability, race, or religion, and is especially committed to meeting the needs of the indigent and partially indigent.