Arlingtones Barbershop Chorus

THE ARLINGTONES
 
DIRECTED BY  Roger Turek 

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The Arlingtones Wishing our great audience a Merry Christmas at our Christmas Show!

ABOUT THE ARLINGTONES......

 

The Arlingtones is an a cappella Men's Chorus that sings all types of music in four part harmony.  The music sung ranges from:  Broadway,  to contemporary to  traditional Barbershop.
We are fortunate to have, Roger Turek, a talented director that shares the Chorus vision. See more on Roger's background under "Our Director".
 
The Chorus is part of the Barbershop Harmony Society and has a rich history dating back to 1953.  In 1976, it became one of the largest Barbershop choruses in  Illinois peaking at 134 members.
 
The Chorus puts on a Spring show, a Christmas show and sings at various community events.  The Chorus can also be hired for special events ranging from an hour or more to the singing of the National Anthem for sports events.
 
The Arlingtones also has quartets available for special occasions.
The ChordMasters is one such quartet.  See "Contact Information for Chapter Quartets"  for more information.
 
The Chorus puts an emphasis on both music and sociability and as such  is a fun group to be a part of.  For more information on the Arlingtone vision see "Our Mission Statement".

The Chorus practices on Monday nights in the northwest surburbs.  For more information see "Prospective Members Information".

The Chorus is always open to and welcomes singers of all levels of expertise. 

If interested in joining a fun social musical group see..... "Prospective Members Information".

We hope that you will come hear us at an event soon and join us if you can!!

 

 

REHEARSAL INFORMATION:

Most Mondays at the Arlington Heights American Legion:    121 N. Douglas, Arlington Heights, 60004
The 2nd Monday of each month is at Grace Lutheran Church in Mt. Prospect:  1624 E. Euclid Ave, 60056
Rehearsals are from 7 to 9pm.

Grace Lutheran Church, Mt.Prospect

Links to maps for Arlingtones practice locations.

American Legion, Arlington Heights

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