The women of the Smoky Mountain Harmony Show Chorus love to sing. But they not only sang recently for the Seniors for Creative Learning at the John T. O’Connor Center in Knoxville, but offered an interactive workshop about “barbershop” harmony, its origins and how it has evolved to present day.
In addition to the entertainment, the chorus demonstrated the art of four-part harmony by having each audience member actively involved in singing with them.
Smoky Mountain Harmony Show Chorus is part of Sweet Adelines International which began in 1945 in Tulsa, OK, and forms the largest group of women singers from around the world totaling nearly 23,000 members.
Smoky Mountain Harmony Show Chorus and Sweet Adelines International are committed to advancing the musical art form of women’s barbershop harmony through education, performances and competition.... read the rest of the story by Subscribing now.