We are members of the Carolinas District of the Barbershop Harmony Society, an international fraternal organization dedicated to the preservation of the barbershop style of singing in close harmony.
Our chorus first met on June 28, 1967 in the First Federal Savings and Loan Building in downtown Charleston. The first public performance was held a few months later in the Garden Theater.
Afterwards, the chorus moved its rehearsal site to the MUSC Barouque Auditorium, its home throughout the 1970s. During this period, the chorus held several shows, often performing with other South Carolina choruses including the 1970 Dixie District quartet champions, The Brigadeers.
During the 1980s, the chorus performed competitively. This experience was something that advanced the performance quality and musicality of the chorus.
Our members represent many professions: Engineers, doctors, teachers, ministers, firefighters, scientists, accountants and many others. All members have one thing in common: WE LOVE TO SING! Some of our members even form quartets and go out and perform independent of the chorus.
We currently rehearse Monday nights in the fellowship hall of the Old St. Andrews Church, located on Highway 61 (aka Ashley River Road) in the Pierpont area. We have a great time singing and harmonizing. The fellowship isn’t bad either! Come sing with us! We are always looking for a few good men who love to sing.