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Youth Harmony Day 2020 registration
Saturday, February 29
Registration begins at 8:30am
9am - 5pm MST
Show for family and friends at 4pm.
Tickets for the show are $5 per person, $10 per immediate family.
Do you love to sing? Do you think you can hold your own part singing a cappella? If so, JOIN US for Youth Harmony Day! Sponsored by the award-winning Saltaires Chorus, a top-10 internationally ranked barbershop chorus in the Barbershop Harmony Society, the day involves learning two songs under the direction of barbershop music coaches, with free registration, free lunch, a free t-shirt, and an evening concert for your family, friends, and teachers where you get to show off the songs you just learned, along with performances by local quartets and the Saltaires! We’ll even give you the music for free from our web site after you register so you can come prepared to blend your voices with other junior high- and high-school-age singers who will learn the same songs with you!
After you register, you will be brought to a link with the music for you to download. SAVE the link so you can return to that page if you need to download the music again. If you lose the link, you will need to reregister to get to the page again.
First and last name
Select the chorus you will sing with
Female tenor: Coloratura soprano type of voice, able to easily sing around and above the top of the staff (middle of treble clef staff up to high A/B)
Female lead: Mezzo soprano voice, mostly melody singing (sing the full range of the treble clef staff)
Female baritone: Also mezzo soprano voice, needs good musicianship skills - note reading and aural skills (sing the full range of the treble clef staff)
Female bass: Contralto type of voice, able to access low chest voice (Middle of treble clef staff down to F/E below middle C)
Male tenor: Mostly falsetto singing, the more control you have the better (should have up to an A/B above middle C)
Male lead: Most choral tenors fit in here (C below middle C up to F above middle C)
Male baritone: More like a Tenor 2 voice, needs good musicianship skills - note reading and aural skills (slightly lower range than the lead)
Male bass: Most baritones and basses will end up here (lowest note being F/G at the bottom of bass clef staff
Shirt size (adult sizes)
Did you attend last year’s Youth Harmony Day event?
A copy of your responses will be emailed to the address you provided.
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