We welcome visitors and potential new members.
We teach the vocal skills and performance techniques needed to sing four-part a cappella harmony in the barbershop style. We strive every week to sing a little better and laugh a little bit (or a lot!) - and usually accomplish both!
About the Chorus
The Harmonizers are a men's chorus from the Ann Arbor and Ypsilanti, Michigan area focused primarily on barbershop-style four-part harmony. We are members of the Pioneer District (Michigan and Southern Ontario) of the Barbershop Harmony Society—the largest men's singing organization in the world. We welcome visitors and new members, teaching the vocal skills and performance techniques needed to sing a cappella harmony in the barbershop style.
We meet every Tuesday night at Stony Creek United Methodist Church. If you would like to come see us (to sing or just to sit and listen), please see the map on our Visit us page.
We would love to perform at your next event!
We have a diverse and entertaining repertoire which pleases our audiences and members alike. We produce and perform shows which are exciting and touching, always highly professional, always leaving our audiences highly entertained.
If you are interested in information on how to get the Harmonizers to perform for you, your loved one, or your organization, please contact us at email@example.com, or call our Harmony Hotline, (734) 796-7467!
Baby, It's Cold Outside!
December 10, 2017, 2:30pm
Belleville High School, 501 W Columbia Ave, Belleville
The Huron Valley Harmonizers are teaming up with the Voices in Harmony women's chorus to celebrate the holidays with a FREE concert! There will be songs by both choruses, a multitude of quartets, and all the groups will join together for several songs!
Ticket Prices: FREE!
Download the flyer with all the details here!
Donate to the Huron Valley Harmonizers!
The Huron Valley chapter of the Barbershop Harmony Society is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization. Donations made to our group are spent to create more opportunities for ALL men in our community to sing and enjoy the camaraderie and community service of this fine organization.