The Nassau Mid-Island Chapter's
60th Annual Show

April 10-11, 2010

  

SOMETHING TO CELEBRATE: The Long Island Harmonizers chorus marked the birthday of the Barbershop Harmony Society (a.k.a. Society for The Preservation and Encouragement of Barber Shop Quartet Singing in America (SPEBSQSA) 72 years ago, with it's 60th Annual Show -- performing before enthusiastic audiences of barbershop devotees and those new to the cherished art form on that April 11th date this year (as well as the night before) at Carle Place High School, Carle Place, LI.  

AND THEY SANG BEAUTIFULLY, TOO -- Chordhouse Steps, featured guest quartet at the Long Island Harmonizers' 60th Annual Shows exhibited "clothes encounters" with audiences that recognized that song parodies sound even niftier when dressed for the (four) parts.

  

 

"TIMELY" -- Chiz Bell (left) accepts the gratitude of the Nassau Mid-Island Chapter, for 20 years as the dedicated editor and publisher of "Toosday Toons" -- the organization's monthly publication -- and a token of that appreciation fom chapter president George Seelinger with a  "Book Clock"  that carries a replica of a "Toons" cover with Bell's photo and the text of a specially created story centering on the honor. The presentation was made during the 60th Annual Show of the Long Island Harmonizers chorus. 

 

  

 

"TRAIN CREW" --  On hand to set up the railroad terminal backdrop for the the "Fantasy Express" -- prior the Nassau Mid-Island Chapter's 60th Annual Show centering on a musical barbershop tribute to major "stops" the length and breadth of the USA, are (left to right) Chapter Show Chairman Hal Verity; Richard Stein, with Carle Place High School (Music Department); along with the chapter's Vinnie Colonna, George Seelinger, John Brolly, Gene Kammerer, Ken Wunsch and Bob Roth.

 

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