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Posted by Brian Lynch | Posted in Uncategorized | Posted on September 24, 2013, 4:53 PM

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When Mid-Winter comes to the FWD next January, guys who love to quartet will have the opportunity to experience a new convention event: HARMONY PLATOON.

 Here’s how Platoon works. Two months prior to the convention, register at www.HarmonyPlatoon.org to get high- quality learning tracks and music to five songs we’ll be singing in Long Beach. Starting a day before the “official” convention opening, singers will participate in two “random draw” contests and a “Dance Card”, enabling them to sing with all others not on their same part. “Self-selected” quartets emerge from this activity and participate in another fun contest.

Here are the great songs you’ll be singing: “Hello, My Baby!” (David Harrington); “It’s Only A Paper Moon” (Clay Hine); “I’m Gonna Sit Right Down and Write Myself a Letter” (Jim Kahlke); “Just In Time” (Dave Briner); “Do You Know What It Means To Miss New Orleans” (BHS).

 Check out the Harmony Platoon website and see what fun you’ll have: www.HarmonyPlatoon.org

Hurry, because the deadline to give you time to learn the songs is November 1.

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New “instant replay” rule in effect for Fall 2013 contests

Posted by Kevin Keller | Posted in Contests & Judging, In the news, Music, Uncategorized | Posted on August 14, 2013, 2:26 PM

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A “scoring variance” is defined as when at least one judge awards a song with a score that is significantly higher or lower than the other scores from the panel. Judges have long discussed these variances in the days and weeks following a contest; since early 2012, the Society’s Contest & Judging (C&J) Committee has been looking at methods to address significant scoring differences (variances) before they become official.

One C&J committee studied the data and decided that significant variances should be reviewed; a subsequent committee looked at how that could be done. The judging panels in each of the Spring 2013 contests simulated the process to gather data on how often variances occurred and whether judges would change their scores once a variance is noted. C&J reviewed all of the information in Toronto this July, approved the concept and forwarded the information to the Society Board of Directors (BoD) for approval.

The BoD has approved the program and rule changes. In anticipation, all judges and contest administrators formally trained on the process at Category School and are prepared to go “live” in the Fall 2013 season. If a statistical variance occurs with a set of scores given for a performance of a song, the judges within the category will have the opportunity to review their sheets and potentially change their scores, much like instant replay.

 

The following detailed explanation comes from Kevin Keller, chair of the Society Contest & Judging Committee:

Probably all of us have experienced or heard “war” stories about the effect that one or two “outlier” scores may have had on the outcome of a contest — I know I’ve questioned some scores that some of my groups have received!

As a former Category Specialist (CS) and now as C&J Chair, a top priority for me has been the improvement of scoring consistency. No matter what other feedback gems a judge may share, you’ll have a hard time hearing or accepting anything he says when a questionable scoring inconsistency has been left unresolved. More importantly, there are cases in which quartets and choruses have missed cut-offs from Division to District, and from Prelims to International based on one score Read the rest of this entry »

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What the Music judges discussed at Category School

Posted by Jim Kahlke | Posted in Contests & Judging, Music, Uncategorized | Posted on August 7, 2013, 1:02 PM

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NOTE: Every three years, all Society judges and candidate judges wishing to certify are required to attend Category School. Held during the three days prior to Harmony University, judges and judging candidates receive instruction and testing; they also officially acquire, maintain or lose their certification. Category School is also the point in which any formal tweaks to the scoring or interpretation of the rules are formalized and calibrated among all judges. All tweaks, shifts in focus, or other modifications are based on the prior three year’s feedback from competitors, judges, audiences, Society leaders and others.

Below is a summary of the adjustments discussed by the Music judges, presented by Music Category Specialist  Jim Kahlke. The Music category had fewer changes than others due to the higher number of changes implemented during the previous cycle.

The Music category has changed little in the way the competitors interact with us for scoring. The barbershop style, as defined, remains the same. We shifted our focus slightly in thinking more about the songs we compete with globally, as opposed to a laser focus on chord-by-chord analysis, though we reinforced that skill as well. We resolved some differences in the way various terms in the Music Category Description are being handled in evaluations. Read the rest of this entry »

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What the Singing judges discussed at Category School

Posted by David Mills | Posted in Contests & Judging, Music, Uncategorized | Posted on August 7, 2013, 12:59 PM

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Every three years, all Society judges and candidate judges wishing to certify are required to attend Category School. Held during the three days prior to Harmony University, judges and judging candidates receive instruction and testing; they also officially acquire, maintain or lose their certification. 

 Category School is also the point in which any formal tweaks to the scoring or interpretation of the rules are formalized and calibrated among all judges. All tweaks, shifts in focus, or other modifications are based on the prior three year’s feedback from competitors, judges, audiences, Society leaders and others.

“The most noticeable change for the Singing category following the 2013 category school is the renaming of the “Artistry” scoring element to “Vocal Expression.” For many competitors, there has always been some confusion with the terminology in the first sentence of our category description, “… achieves artistic singing in the barbershop style” when contrasted to the last sentence, which includes, “When artistry is present, these elements…”.  This has often led to the somewhat ambiguous explanation that while Artistry was indeed one of the five elements that we consider when determining a score, there is also the larger (more holistic) context of evaluating “the degree to which the performer achieves artistic singing in the barbershop style.”  This has even caused some judges to refer to the element as “little Artistry” and the other concept as “big Artistry” within the context of our Singing Category Description. Read the rest of this entry »

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What the Presentation judges discussed at Category School

Posted by David Leeder | Posted in Contests & Judging, Music, Uncategorized | Posted on August 7, 2013, 12:50 PM

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Every three years, all Society judges and candidate judges wishing to certify are required to attend Category School. Held during the three days prior to Harmony University, judges and judging candidates receive instruction and testing; they also officially acquire, maintain or lose their certification. 

 Category School is also the point in which any formal tweaks to the scoring or interpretation of the rules are formalized and calibrated among all judges. All tweaks, shifts in focus, or other modifications are based on the prior three year’s feedback from competitors, judges, audiences, Society leaders and others.

A new Category Description has been formulated. It has not changed as much as it has been condensed and focused on the barbershop performance as an art form.

Comedic performances and length of performances are being studied as to how they entertain our barbershop audiences.

Presentation Category will:

• Continue to reward performances that exhibit clear performance plan

• Reward performances which communicate passions and emotions

• Identify performance skills that build communication with the audience

• Acknowledge entertaining performances

• Nurture stage worthy performances, actions, and attire

 

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On Myths and Legends

Posted by Brian Lynch | Posted in Uncategorized | Posted on August 7, 2013, 9:42 AM

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Deke Sharon’s excellent Total Vocal blog discusses the path from really good to excellent:

You cannot get better at performing by thinking about it. You cannot become a better singer by studying vocal pedagogy texts.

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The problem is not a lack of goal, vision, or desire for excellence. The problem is an understanding of and persistence trudging through the marshes and the weeds. It’s a long, difficult march, and while you’re on the path, you not only know you’re not great, you can likely hear your peers’ low voices as they analyze your imperfections, just as you analyze others. And yourself.

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Legends are made, not born. When you see Straight No Chaser or Pentatonix, you do not know the extreme effort behind their seemingly effortless rise into the public eye. Both have a work ethic that is second to none. They’re proud of their success, but realize the elements of luck and timing, and do not take it for granted. You should not either.

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There is no guarantee of excellent, but there is a guarantee of mediocrity. You must pass through the trials of self-doubt and question your own abilities. Perhaps for years.

via On Myths and Legends | A Cappella Music – The Contemporary A Cappella Society.

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The option of one District contest per year

Posted by Kevin Keller | Posted in Chapters, Chorus, Contests & Judging, Harmonizer, Quartetting, Uncategorized | Posted on June 12, 2013, 7:20 AM

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Posted by Lorin May | Posted in Uncategorized | Posted on November 6, 2012, 3:27 PM

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Ask a Judge, Talking on Stage

Posted by Kevin Keller | Posted in Contests & Judging, Uncategorized | Posted on July 23, 2012, 6:45 PM

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From Al Spence

 

I’m puzzled by the scores awarded to the Salem chorus.  I thought C & J was trying to enforce a cutting-down of the amount of talking in a contest set.  This set lasted approximately 25 minutes, most of which was talking.  This is supposed to be a contest, not a chapter show.  Did they actually sing a complete barbershop arrangement?  I totally lost track with all of their breaks to say a bunch of “ughs”.  Did their so-called parodies receive all of the required authorizations?  I was shocked to see them awarded 5th place medals!  What would happen if every chorus in the contest did 25 minute sets with that much talking?  The contest with breaks and intermissions would last about 20 hours!!  Could you please explain why the judges didn’t disqualify them?

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Ask a Judge, round 1: Crossing categories?

Posted by Kevin Keller | Posted in Contests & Judging, Uncategorized | Posted on June 14, 2012, 7:01 AM

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From Stephanie Dingle:

How are members to handle situations when a judge, during evals, openly admits to crossing categories?  A Presentation judge spends more time discussing singing or music … a Music judge saying there was a lack of musicality but I scored higher because of energy.
These are a few vague issues I’ve heard myself, but I still question the idea that each category can be judged independently of each other.  But the manual does claim this is the process.

 

Response:

Thanks, Stephanie – you ask a great question and one that is often asked.

Ultimately, we all watch exactly the same performance, just with different filters on how we view and evaluate a performance. One of the distinct changes that was made 20 years ago, when we went from the four-category to three-category system, was that we recognized that there is significant overlap in the different viewpoints – each element influences the other.
At times over the past 20 years, the pendulum has swung a lot, from being able to say anything under the claim of “common ground” to “stay in your category.” Neither was appropriate, and I believe we’ve found a balance that recognizes some natural boundaries and yet recognizes that all components come together – that we can’t talk about our own view without recognizing the influence it has from others. Read the rest of this entry »

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“Ask a Judge”

Posted by Kevin Keller | Posted in Contests & Judging, Music, Uncategorized | Posted on June 14, 2012, 7:00 AM

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Despite our current judging system having been in place for almost 20 years, many of you still have questions about aspects of the judging system. Rumors and myths still abound. If you know a judge or feel bold, you may have contacted a judge in the past but many of you might never ask your question.

In an effort to help further educate, C&J (Contest and Judging) is hosting an interactive blog here at barbershopHQ.com.  The process will be simple.  Submit a question to C&J Chairman Kevin Keller (kkbari@charter.net) and the selected questions will be placed on the blog, followed by an answer from a judge. After that, anyone is free to comment on the post with further questions or insights. Other judges will also join in the conversation. Hopefully all of us will learn something by discussing the issues.

We’ll run it at least through the end of the year.  If it remains popular, we’ll continue beyond that. Hope to see you contribute!

 

Kevin Keller

Society Contest and Judging Chairman, 2012-2013

kkbari@charter.net

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CEO search continues

Posted by Lorin May | Posted in In the news, Leadership, Uncategorized | Posted on January 30, 2012, 2:58 PM

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The following statement was recently released by Society President Alan Lamson:

In July of 2011, the CEO Search Task Force, appointed by Society President Alan Lamson, was charged to solicit, accept and review applications for the position of Society CEO and present qualified candidates to the Board of Directors for consideration. The task force’s robust and thorough process sought candidates with a unique set of skills and qualifications to lead the Society into the future. During the Midwinter Convention in Tucson, the Society Board conducted interviews with the candidates presented by the CEO Search Task Force, and, while the slate of candidates was excellent, the Board has decided to continue its search for our next CEO.

Larry Deters, current Interim Executive Director will continue in this position until the Board of Directors completes its search.

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It’s easy to talk about what you love to do

Posted by Alan Lamson | Posted in Harmonizer, Membership growth, Run your chapter, Uncategorized | Posted on December 8, 2011, 9:01 AM

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In the last issue of The Harmonizer, my column discussed the coming Operation Harold Hill and that the only impediment for finding potential singers for your chapter among total strangers is ourselves.  As Poag says, “We have met the enemy and he is us.”  (Here is a copy of the column in PDF form: Lamson column 10-2011)

Many barbershoppers have told me how easy it is to simply ask someone whether he likes to sing. Nobody is ever offended by that question, and the worst anyone can say is “No.” But many of the people say yes, or they know someone who likes to sing. Many are also looking for a place to sing. The next enthusiastic member of your chapter could be standing right next to you in a grocery line.

If you wear my button, you don’t even have to bring up the subject of singing — somebody else may start the conversation for you!  It has worked for me exactly like that on several occasions.

In either case, once this conversation has started, what do you say next?  Read the rest of this entry »

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Harmonizer Caption Contest round 8

Posted by Lorin May | Posted in Harmonizer, Quartetting, Uncategorized | Posted on September 15, 2011, 10:09 AM

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See round 1
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Today’s picture: The Suntones.

***Spoiler Alert***

They were awesome!

 

***Spoiler over***

You say the rest. (Hint: You don’t have to say something funny!)

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Harmonizer Caption Contest round 1

Posted by Lorin May | Posted in Chorus, Contests & Judging, Harmonizer, Just for Fun, Uncategorized | Posted on September 6, 2011, 7:52 AM

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Just like last year, you can get your name and work in the convention issue of The Harmonizer by writing the winning caption for the above photo.

We’ll be adding one new caption contest post EVERY BUSINESS DAY for the next little while. Each of these photos will appear in the Sept/Oct 2011 issue. Contest closes when I’m good and ready to wrap up this issue.

A bit of background on this picture of Sound of the Rockies: The chapter claimed that arrangers David Wright and Aaron Dale never return their calls, so they needed to figure out how to put together a gold medal-winning package on their own. They attempted the trademark routines of several past championship choruses, with less than stellar results.

Top that. (PLEASE!) Read the rest of this entry »

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Two videos you don’t want to miss

Posted by Lorin May | Posted in Contests & Judging, In the news, Just for Fun, Uncategorized | Posted on July 26, 2011, 10:49 AM

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Did you know that Australian Seniors champ Benchmark is in the FINALs of Australia’s Got Talent? And there’s much more to the story than that. Check out the most recent video below, but not until you’ve grabbed a tissue:

 

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Your Barbershop Elevator Speech

Posted by Alan Lamson | Posted in Uncategorized | Posted on June 20, 2011, 7:00 AM

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Click this link to read my column from the May/June issue of The Harmonizer. In it, I discuss the concept of an “elevator speech” or an “elevator pitch.” It’s a business term for having a quick and impactful way to explain who you are and what you do to a total stranger — one that could take place in less than the length of a ride in an elevator. (Explanations and examples from the business world are here, here and here.)

In my column I discussed how wearing the pin at the left (get your own here) has helped me and members of many chapters start conversations about barbershop harmony and about their chapters. People see the pin and want an explanation. The natural next step is to know what you are going to say to them in response. Here’s your opportunity to share and refine your own!

What’s yours? Share it here!

Do you have any other successful conversation starters? Any other openers for sharing the message of barbershop harmony with friends and strangers alike? Share them here, too!

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Larry Deters appointed as Society Interim Organizational Manager

Posted by Lorin May | Posted in In the news, Uncategorized | Posted on June 17, 2011, 2:48 PM

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Larry Deters (center) was introduced to Society staff in Nashville on Friday, June 17. With Larry are Society President Alan Lamson (left) and retiring Society CEO Ed Watson.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Society President Alan Lamson has announced the appointment of Larry Deters as the Interim Organizational Manager of the Barbershop Harmony Society. Beginning Monday, June 20, Larry will work in tandem with Ed Watson until Friday, July 15, Ed’s final day as Society Executive Director/CEO. (Ed announced his resignation on March 28, 2011.) As Interim Organizational Manager, Larry will direct all the day-to-day activities of Society staff and will assist in the transition to a permanent CEO/Executive Director, who will likely begin work before the end of 2011.

Larry is a resident of Brentwood, TN and is currently the Executive Vice President of the Dixie District. He provides a wealth of experience as a barbershopper and as a professional executive. A 41-year member of the Society, Larry has been a member of four districts and has held many chapter offices, including music director, Music VP and Chapter Development VP. He has also been district VP-Chorus Director Development and VP-Contest and Judging.

A 30-year member of the contest and judging community in Singing and the former Sound category, Larry was a member of the category’s board of review, a category specialist and a member of the Society Contest & Judging Committee. He has also performed on the International stage in both the quartet and chorus contests and holds a chorus gold medal. Larry has judged more than 100 contests, including six at the International level plus an additional three Harmony, Inc. international contests.

Larry has been on the faculty of Harmony University, is a certified Standing Ovation evaluator, and is a certified CDWI instructor.

Prior to his retirement, Larry was employed by the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, concluding his career with 15 years service as Medical Center Director in Nashville, TN, with oversight of 1,200 employees and an annual budget of $380 million. He also spent three years as Mid-South Region Medical District Director (CEO) of seven hospitals and 14 outpatient clinics, with responsibility for 12,000 employees and an annual budget of $1.5 billion.

“We are extremely fortunate to have a person with such outstanding barbershop and professional credentials for the interim position,” said Lamson. “Larry is excited by the opportunity to serve our Society and he already lives in the Greater Nashville area. His service will allow the Society Board and the search committee to focus on recruiting our new CEO, knowing the staff functions of our Society are in very capable hands during this transition period.”

Job requirements for the new CEO have been drafted and are pending approval by the Society board during its July meetings at the 2011 International Convention in Kansas City. Soon thereafter, a CEO Search Committee will likely be appointed, which will release further details about the CEO search.

Larry can be reached at LDeters@barbershop.org.

 

 

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Let’s fill up our “thankful jar”

Posted by Lorin May | Posted in Just for Fun, Uncategorized | Posted on November 23, 2010, 11:42 AM

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Every Thanksgiving morning, I join my wife and four kids in the living room to fill what our kids call the “Thankful Jar.” We start with huge bags of Jelly Bellies, M&Ms, Skittles and other small candies and fill the jar one piece at a time while stating something for which we are thankful. You get to repeat what someone else said but not what you’ve already said.

The jar is probably at least couple of quarts (that’s 2.2 liters, if you’re Canadian), maybe three, so we usually take a small handful when it’s our turn and rattle off a bunch of items at a pretty fast clip. A lot of the big stuff goes fast, and after a while you find yourself needing to come up with a lot of little stuff to keep the pace:

“I’m thankful for:

  • Grandma May
  • The Bill of Rights
  • George Washington
  • Instant Replay
  • Central air conditioning
  • 2nd Thessalonians
  • Beethoven’s 9th Symphony
  • The feel of grass under bare feet
  • E=MC2
  • Peace on our shores
  • Uncle Allan’s safety in Iraq
  • Surge protectors
  • and Popsicles”
  • After a while, the kids find themselves trying to out-random each other and make everyone laugh. But it turns out that even the random “little” stuff isn’t that little after all. We feel so blessed when we realize just how much we do have–and how much we’d miss it if we didn’t have it.

    Barbershop harmony has a lot of that. Read the rest of this entry »

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    Open discussion: The two-year chorus rotation proposal

    Posted by Ed Watson | Posted in Contests & Judging, Harmonizer, Leadership, Uncategorized | Posted on September 29, 2010, 9:51 AM

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    By now, you may have seen the 2-year proposal article in the July-Aug 2010 issue of The Harmonizer concerning the proposal to change the International Chorus Contest to a two-year rotation. If you haven’t read up on the plan, everything is at www.barbershop.org/2year. Perhaps you’ve even taken the poll, where you had a chance to leave anonymous comments.

    Here’s the place to make your comments in public. What are your thoughts on the proposed plan? What do you like, what do you not like? Do you like the plan, but you would have tweaked it differently? Or do you see a whole different route to achieve the objectives outlined in The Harmonizer article?

    Any and all comments are welcome!

    Ed Watson,

    CEO, Barbershop Harmony Society

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    Harmonizer caption contest – round 10

    Posted by Lorin May | Posted in Chorus, Contests & Judging, Harmonizer, Just for Fun, Uncategorized | Posted on September 8, 2010, 7:00 AM

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    It used to be that a 92.3% score was knocking at the door of a gold medal. In this year’s record-setting contest, that was good enough for 4th place for Sound of the Rockies, who presented an amazing military set. Director Darin Drown didn’t get the color of medal he wanted from his troops, but the bari of Storm Front still went home happy with quartet gold.

    Beat that caption, PLEASE! The best one gets published in The Harmonizer!

    To read the rules, click here to go to the initial post.

    Have at it!

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    Posted by Lorin May | Posted in Contests & Judging, Harmonizer, Just for Fun, Quartetting, Uncategorized | Posted on September 1, 2010, 3:29 PM

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    Here’s 2010 Silver Medalist Old School in the opening round of competition. There are five gold medals in this quartet — and that’s just on the left side! Turns out the veteran power-chorders were in first place after two rounds, but they couldn’t overcome eventual champion Storm Front‘s crazy antics–and Presentation scores–in the final round.

    Beat that caption, PLEASE! The best one gets published in The Harmonizer!

    To read the rules, click here to go to the initial post.

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    A $1 million check — what would you spend it on?

    Posted by Lorin May | Posted in Just for Fun, Leadership, Members, Membership growth, Uncategorized, Youth in Harmony | Posted on July 29, 2010, 3:30 PM

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    Imagine that a Society member or Associate was ready to write a million dollar check to Harmony Foundation.  But he or she needs a cause that they are certain would be a great investment.  Would YOU know what to tell them?

    I’m pretty sure I already know what Harmony Foundation would tell them. They already gave $450,000 to the Society in 2009  to fund our entire Youth in Harmony program and to help dozens and dozens of chapters improve via Director’s College scholarships. And I know they’re hard at work trying to raise money for additional Society priorities: Read the rest of this entry »

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    Here’s to the Winners! Gratitude for the champs among us

    Posted by Lorin May | Posted in Contests & Judging, Uncategorized | Posted on July 8, 2010, 9:31 AM

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    With permission, I’d like to share a personal correspondence from Jeff Selano, whose head is still in the clouds after winning gold while singing tenor with Storm Front:

    Look at this photo and it all becomes very clear.  We sat down with our wives after Anaheim and said, win or lose in Philly we have to know that we didn’t leave any stones unturned. And that means likely not being home for most of the next 12 months. Way too many weekends, practicing all day Saturday on shows and then staying late Sunday to practice more!! Our wives had to hold down the fort (all of us with small kids) too many times. Through sicknesses and hospital trips, missed special events etc, our wives gave us 1 year to get this done.  After that we would still compete, but we would have used up all that “extra grace” we had been given for just 1 year.

    I think you can see in this Grady Kerr photo how relieved we are.  But it’s not even close to the expression on their faces!!

    Just an idea of what goes into these incredible performances we’ve been accustomed to seeing every year. I was amazed by the Four Freshmen in Philly, and I hope I’m taking nothing away from them when I point out that some of our top “amateur” groups are in the same musical league. (The vocal part, anyway. Ain’t nobody but the 4F can sing and play that well!)

    How do our best amateurs sing at a professional level? They put in professional-level hours, that’s how. And for putting in that kind of effort on our behalf, for entertaining us as thoroughly as any group on the planet and showing us a level to which we can all aspire, we owe our champs and other competitors a deep debt of gratitude. Read the rest of this entry »

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    Who’s going to win in Philly?

    Posted by Lorin May | Posted in Contests & Judging, In the news, Just for Fun, Uncategorized | Posted on June 22, 2010, 6:30 AM

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    A week from today, barbershop’s best groups will be on display in Philadelphia, starting with the College contest on Tuesday, the quartet quarterfinals and semifinals on Wednesday and Thursday, chorus contest on Friday and finals on Saturday. (Buy tickets and get the schedule of events here. Sign up for the webcast here.)

    So who’s going to win these contests? Everyone’s always making their predictions online, but rarely do we ever get a chance to take the next step: Take an ENTIRELY MEANINGLESS, UNSCIENTIFIC POLL online. You know you’ve always wanted the chance. That’s what we’re here for. Read the rest of this entry »

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