It takes Susan extra time to travel from her job in Smithtown School District to our new rehearsal location in Hampton Bays. It is over an hour-long drive but she does not mind. She uses the time to crank up her CD player and listen to chorus songs over and […]
There are two Lisas. One is the composed, serious, chorus treasurer Lisa who enters rehearsal every Wednesday night in a well cut suit, dragging files and checks, invoices and documentation for the chorus’s business affairs behind her. Then there is Lisa, the entertainer. That Lisa lights up the risers like […]
We’re getting ready to travel to Albany for our annual competition. We’d love to perform our contest songs for you…..our family and friends. Please join us on Wednesday, March 30th at 8:30 p.m. Anderson/Warner Hall (next to the United Methodist Church) Hampton Bays View the map.
Martha Wagner is funny. She makes us laugh with her whooping and goofing, kidding and cavorting but beneath the hilarity is a woman of purpose. —>read more
The sweet sounds of a cappella four-part harmony, barbershop style, filled the meeting room of Mattituck Laurel Library Sunday afternoon, where the Long Island Sound Chorus, the local chapter of Sweet Adelines International, performed a free concert. Read More —>
“Real Women, Real Fun, Real Harmony.” 4 weeks of FREE vocal lessons Sing 4-part, barbershop style harmony with women from both forks of Long Island, ages 18-88 Do something just for you for a change. You’ll be so happy you did!
We’ve moved our rehearsal location. We now rehearse at: Anderson-Warner Hall 158 West Montauk Highway Hampton Bays, NY 11946 Visit our Rehearsals page for more info.
Time & Place: 375 Years of Canoe Place 6 Newtown Road July 11th, 2015 11 a.m. – 7:30 p.m. Sponsored By The Hampton Bays Historical Society Schedule of events: 11:00 am – Revolutionary War Re-enactors 11:30 am – Musket building demonstration 12:00 pm – Box Lunch Auction 12:30 pm – […]
Long Island Chapter of Sweet Adelines, Exalted Ruler Ken Rothwell and Lodge Chaplin David Raynor.
East Hampton – Alright, I am going to admit it, sometimes I am a pompous snob. At least that is certainly how I felt after leaving the Guild Hall performance of the Long Island Sound Chorus (LISC) on Saturday, October 3. Allow me to elaborate. In my position as Senior […]