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October 31, 2019
Evergreen District Champions – Again!
VANCOUVER, Wash. – The Northwest Sound men’s chorus three-peated as Evergreen District Chorus Champions on Saturday October 15th with a score of 1490 (82.8 average). Highlighting the
October 8, 2019
Northwest Sound In The Harmonizer Again!
Our highest scores and placement at International garnered the chorus this feature in the Sept/Oct 2019 Harmonizer. Next the chorus embarks on our journey toward the
September 7, 2019
Embracing Our Diversity!
One of the lyrics in How Far We’ll Go in our recent contest set says “… yet, we stay right here in this chorus, rise to the challenges
June 8, 2019
Preview Of International Contest Set
The chorus presented it annual shows June 1st including a preview of the songs we’ll use for the upcoming BHS International contest in Salt Lake City
May 27, 2019
New Vocal Ensemble Being Formed!
The Bellevue Chapter of the Barbershop Harmony Society is excited to announce that it is seeking men and women to join a new ensemble specifically designed
December 15, 2018
2019 Board Approved By Chapter Members
At the 12/5 rehearsal, the following slate of candidates for the 2019 board was presented and confirmed by unanimous vote: President – Bill Hickman VP Music
October 29, 2018
Evergreen District 2018 Champions!
Northwest Sound’s performance received a rousing standing ovation from the Evergreen District contest audience and high marks from the judges, winning the contest with an 83.2
September 23, 2018
Northwest Sound Inspires Nationwide Audience
Northwest Sound was featured in the July/August issue of the Harmonizer, a magazine for 25,000 participants and fans of barbershop harmony around the world. The article described innovative
May 6, 2018
Busy Spring Season For Northwest Sound!
Our busy sping began with the introduction of our new contest up-tune How Far We’ll Go from the movie Moana with arrangement by Matt Astle and