|I highly recommend Harmony University online!|
They have tons of courses in performance, singing, coaching, private lessons as a separate item ($50) barbershop history, quarteting, arranging, etc
They also have shows and coaching under glass, which I originally thought was useless to me, as I am not a director, but as I watched someone else get coached, I started hearing things I had never understood before.
For example, they had top singers come in and change their voice to be nasally, or tense tongue, or having a spot in their range that was going awry, and then apprentice coaches tried to help them solve their issues, and in the end, a Master Coach would give his feedback, and there were 6 different Master coaches, all with slightly different styles.
You can watch in your own time for a few months afterwards as well, or you can participate in the class and ask questions when it is live.
You save $20 if you sign up now, ($99), and you get all the shows, all the courses, all the community connections, (coaches gave out their emails and asked for people to ask them questions). Private lessons are extra. T
In addition, they usually have a la carte options later on that are cheaper.
|For more information, see:||https://www.barbershop.org/events/virtual-harmony-university-2022/register-vhu-2022|
Hey, ladies! This is what you could be doing this November 4,5,6, and 7, or just part of these days.
It’s not too late to register Harmony Inc.’s 2021 Virtual Convention!
Here is where you go to register. Click on this link
And then when you get to this page, click on register. (See below)
Now you have a fun time coming to your computer in November!
|We are going live soon, and as Arlene found out that there are two Summit Avenues in close proximity, we decided it might make everyone's journey better with directions.|
Debbie suggested that if you put in 300 Grace Street, Reading, instead of the Summit address, that will bring you to the same spot, and there aren't two Grace Streets.
Located in the basement of the church at the intersection of Summit Avenue & Grace Streets. (Better directions to Millmont Elementary School) Church is directly across the street from the Elementary School.
If using Lancaster Avenue (at the WaWa turn onto Grace Street uphill just passed 2nd stop sign) church is on right.
If using Route 10, same as Morgantown Rd. Turn onto Summit Avenue (large intersection at landmark UGI) then at 3rd stop sign as you pass elementary school, church is on the left.
So, park on the Street wherever you can find a spot, then stand with your back to Millmont Elementary on Grace Street and face the front door of the Church. Then walk around to the left down on a sidewalk next to a single lane dead-end alley and the door to enter should be slightly ajar. Debbie is has ordered a sandwich board to stand out in front which should arrive soon. If the door is not ajar, there is a window just to the right where you should be able to look in and see if we are inside.
Be aware that there may be no phone service inside the basement, so if you text, we may not know until after we leave.