Harmony College

This event should be on every barbershopper's "bucket list." Coming to Harmony College means you can enjoy a potpourri of classes offered. You are not tied to a specific curriculum and have the freedom to enjoy whatever your heart desires. The members of the faculty are today's legends that we will be talking about tomorrow. The classes are more fun than you know what to do with and the extra curricular activities, the late night tagging, and all the Ice Cream you can eat will make you long for more hours in the day!

  • Sing all the tags you want, whether in a formal classroom setting, or informally in the "tag temple"
  • Learn about the History of Barbershop from one of the Society's best historians.
  • Multiple class options to get you singing! You don't come to Harmony College to sit and listen to lectures…you come to sing!
  • First timers get the privilege of singing in a ribbon chorus (formerly the beanie chorus)
  • Participate in the Wednesday Gospel Sing
  • Enjoy an outdoor roast, picnic style at the mid-term bash
  • Every morning learn more about your craft in the General Sessions
  • On Friday, watch the parade of quartets and cheer on your favorites
  • On Saturday night, enjoy the show of all shows

Harmony College Forms/Docs

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A history of Harmony College

Harmony College opened its doors in the early 1970's and for over 30 years it has been the premier educational event for the Barbershop Harmony Society. All different kinds of barbershoppers attend…new members, seasoned members, young members, directors, assistant directors, quartet singers, music educators, administrators, and many more. Great faculty / instructors have included the likes of Lou Perry, Joe Liles, Dave Stevens, Jim Henry, David Wright, Val Hicks, Ed Waesche, Freddie King, Lloyd Steinkamp, Mel Knight, Mac Huff, and many, many more.