Celebrate 60 Years with RCC
With the Diamond Anniversary Show
Now get ready for our next big event, the celebration of the 60th Anniversay of the Racing City Chorus on June 4, 2016.
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“Special thanks to Longfellows Hotel, 500 Union Avenue, Saratoga Springs, official accommodations for our featured guest quartet, Vocal Spectrum. Rooms are still available for our out-of-town audience and reservations may be made by contacting Longfellows Hotel at (518) 587-0108.
Welcome to the Racing City Chorus Website
Wanted: Men of Good Character That Love to Sing
Racing City Chorus is an extraordinary group of gentlemen who gather together in celebration of the artform known as barbershop music. We are a chapter of the Barbershop Harmony Society.
Our director is Rich Gervais who inspires us to reach new heights with each performance. We can be heard throughout the year, singing for civic and charitable organizations, private groups, churches, community events, parades and fundraisers.
Racing City Chorus
Rehearsals: Tuesday 7 pm
The Living Waters Church 4330 Rte 50, Saratoga Springs, NY 12866
Where do you like to sing? Come and be a part of a special group of gentlemen. Find out how to Join Us!
We love to entertain by putting on our own musical events each year for the community, our friends, and families. We deliver Singing Valentines, and in an effort to stay committed to singing and performing at the highest level possible, we compete from time to time in divisions and district competitions.
Please contact us to sing at your next special event!
|About The Racing City Chorus
Find out more about this amazing, original artform and our organization.
Racing City Chorus has a number of great quartets. Check them out!
See Our Chorus!
Click here for a slide show of pictures of the Racing City Chorus over the years.
Did you ever wonder why men's barbershop music is written on the treble and bass clef while the notes actually sung are really bass clef notes? Below is the first line of My Wild Irish Rose written as actually sung with the tenor part in black, the lead in red, the bari in green and the bass in blue! You can see why Barbershop chords have such close harmony. Now you know.