North Texas’ Vocal Majority Chorus Wins Big At International Chorus Contest | Art&Seek

Posted by Brian Lynch | Posted in 2014 Las Vegas, Contests & Judging, Press Clippings | Posted on July 10, 2014, 8:50 AM

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Here’s a nice, brief mention of the Vocal Majority’s win. We were delighted to see that this story embeds the YouTube video of the Daily Recap show.

North Texas’ very own Vocal Majority Chorus has won another big competition. Over the weekend, the group won the Barbershop Harmony Society International Chorus Contest in Las Vegas. Vocal Majority says that more than 150 of its members were on stage, competing against 30 choirs from the U.S., Canada, United Kingdom, Sweden and New Zealand. It’s the 12th Gold Medal for Vocal Majority since it started in Dallas in 1972. Here’s a recap of the competition:

via The High Five: North Texas’ Vocal Majority Chorus Wins Big At International Chorus Contest | Art&Seek.

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Oh my goodness, what a tremendous tribute to Greg Clancy from his dad Jim Clancy, i have had the pleasure of seeing VM in the Uk and on the International Stage, , they have been my firm favourite’s since the first time i heard them on a CD bought for me as a present. Cant wait to see them on UK soil again next year xx

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