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Now accepting orders for advertising in our Spring program booklet for our show, "Oh, those 60's"
Our show is almost a month earlier than in previous years and, thus, our window for collecting ads is relatively short.
The show is April 8 and the Deadline for ad submission is *March 24*.
Give all the people and businesses that you support year round a chance to return the favor.
The Chorus was honored to perform for the Guild of Creative Art and Habitat for Humanity in a benefit concert and art show "Art for Homes" at the Guild studio on Friday evening, Oct. 28th.
A small contingent of the chorus arrived early for a warm-up in the parking lot. Prior to the performance, the men mingled with the arts patrons who were there to raise money for Habitat for Humanity. There was a silent auction of the artwork by Guild members, which raised funds for the building of affordable housing.
An impromptu chapter quartet performed Ain't Mishavin' for the arts patrons. (l-r) Herb Van Note, Jay Nickel, Tom DeBruin, and Ken Hicks.
The Chorus enjoys a relationship with several arts groups in Monmouth County. We were very pleased to work with David Levy and the Guild of Creative Art on this fundraiser.
A wonderful afternoon of holiday a capella music. The show featured the Chorus of the Atlantic, the Matinee Idles, chapter quartets Rudolf and the Romantic and the Mistletones.
The men were honored to perform a few patriotic songs during the ribbon-cutting ceremony on Oct 16, 2016 for the newly renovated barns at the Parker Homestead in Little Silver.
An article about the event appeared in the Atlantic Highlands Herald:
Even the music during the ribbon cutting ceremony recognized the significance of history. With the Little Silver Boy Scout troop providing an honor guard, the Chorus of the Atlantic, a Red Bank Chapter of the Barbershop Harmony Society, sang the National Anthem and God Bless America, under the direction of Craig Page. In introducing the song, Page pointed out Irving Berlin’s classic was written at the onset of World War I and revised in 1938 as an international war was brewing in Europe and the song was first sung by Kate Smith.
When the Chorus sang America the Beautiful, Page noted the music was composed by a New Jersey organist and choirmaster, Samuel A. Ware of Grace Episcopal Church in Newark.
For more information on the Parker House and its open hours, visit www.parkerhomestead-1665.com