Singing Lessons For Men & Women!

Learn To Sing American A Cappella

Please note that our Sing ! Sing! Sing! program is scheduled currently to begin October 28th. This is assuming that regular rehearsals have restarted post COVID-19 requirements.

Northwest Sound holds a free six-week workshop once or twice every year called sing! Sing! SING! to teach singing in the barbershop style. It's a easy and fun way to see what it's like to sing on the risers with Northwest Sound, one of the top 20 barbershop choruses in the world, just like the guys in the picture with the blue folders. Program graduates are encouraged to join the chorus on stage for our shows following the completion of the program! Men and women of all sizes and shapes are welcome to join us for our upcoming fall program (COVID-19 rules permitting), starting 7:00 p.m., October 28nd at Temple B'Nai Torah, 15727 NE 4th St, Bellevue, WA 98008.

Northwest Sound is a teaching chorus with over 30 years of providing regular vocal coaching and instruction for its members as well as special programs teaching a capella singing to members of the community. We have a highly trained and accomplished music team and coaches with decades of experience, awards from regional and international competitions, and qualification as contest judges. We use instructional techniques and materials from Barbershop Harmony Society (BHS) to enable singers with a wide variety of musical backgrounds and talents to learn, improve and enjoy developing their skills to the fullest.
“The best part was definitely the welcoming and instructive atmosphere offered during and after attending Sing Sing Sing. It was clear how much everyone was helping each other and how many years of experience the whole chorus had for other members to learn from.”
Matt Herbst

One past Sing, Sing, Sing participant and now chorus member put it best when he said, “What I loved immediately was how people treated me. That first night I came home and my wife asked me how it went. I said, ‘Everyone was so warm!’ I came for the music, but I stayed for the brotherhood!”
Matt Astle