Tonight we’re bringing you to Nashville for the 2001 Barbershop Harmony Society International Quartet Finals on Friday Night Live! Hear Michigan Jake take the gold, as well as performances from Uptown Sound, Four Voices, Riptide, Power Play, Metropolis, BSQ, Gotcha!, Excalibur, and Saturday Evening Post. The fun kicks off with mic testers, Flipside at 6 pm Pacific!
Tonight we’re going to party like it’s 1999….with the Barbershop Harmony Society Quartet Finals from Anaheim where FRED took home gold. The Finals also featured future gold medalists Powerplay, Michigan Jake, and Platinum.
Relive it or hear it for the first time tonight at 6 pm Pacific, or on Sunday at 8 am & pm Pacific – only on Acaville!
After you watch the The Association of International Champions (AIC) Show tonight (at https://www.aicgold.com/) come on back to Acaville and afterglow with Friday Night Live and the 1995 Barbershop Harmony Society Quartet Finals honoring the 25th Anniversary of Marquis’ gold!
Show starts right here at acaville.org at 6 pm Pacific (9 pm Eastern) -Free!
The 2019 International Contest for Sweet Adelines is well underway with the Harmony Classic Divisions A and AA and the Quartet Semifinals in the rear view mirror.
After an exciting night highlighting the smaller choruses of the organization, Millenium Magic Chorus, a chorus that uniquely uses no front line director, took first place in Division A. Under the direction of 2014 Queen of Harmony Caitlin Castelino, Diablo Vista Chorus won Division AA.
Millennium Magic Chorus (North Atlantic Region 1, Manchester, CT)
Overall Score: 1271
Under the direction of 2014 Queen of Harmony Caitlin Castelino, Diablo Vista Chorus won Division AA.
Diablo Vista Chorus (Pacific Shores Region 12, Walnut Creek, CA)
Overall Score: 1311
The quartet semifinals were a long day of incredible music from 44 quartets crossing the stage at Smoothie King Center in New Orleans, with the top ten moving on to the Finals on Friday. Tune into the Sweet Adelines Webcast at 11:30 am Central to watch what is sure to be a nail-biting finish. Don’t believe us? Check out their stunning semifinal performances:
And while they may have finished 33rd, perhaps the most talked about quartet was comedy Wildcard, Don’t Call Me Shirley. Tune in – we promise you’ll laugh. A lot.