Virginia Gentlemen Barbershop Harmony Chorus Presents a Double Feature of A Cappella Entertainment
The Virginia Gentlemen, Roanoke’s long-time premiere barbershop harmony chorus is pleased to announce their upcoming annual show, “Silver Lining” with the Mid-Atlantic Competition Finalists, Limelight Quartet. Two performances will be held at Roanoke’s Northside High School Auditorium located at 6758 Northside High School Road in North Roanoke County. Two performances showcasing the original one act musical stageplay by playwright, Joelle Shenk, starring the Virginia Gentlemen chorus will be held. An added feature to the a cappella show is the performance of Limelight Quartet of Baltimore and Philadelphia, Mid-Atlantic Competition Finalists for the Barbershop Harmony Performance. Performances will take place on Saturday, November 3, 2012. Show times are 2:00 and 7:00 p.m.
This 43nd annual performance offered by Roanoke’s premier barbershop harmony chorus, The Virginia Gentlemen, features the finest in award-winning talent and musical entertainment in the Mid-Atlantic and shouldn’t be missed.
The Virginia Gentlemen Barbershop Harmony Chorus has been entertaining audiences in the Roanoke Valley since 1970 and is the Roanoke Valley Chapter of the Barbershop Harmony Society, a premier male a cappella singing organization in Southwestern Virginia. The Chapter’s Virginia Gentlemen chorus appeals to men of all ages seeking to be part of a high quality vocal performing group known for its fun, fellowship and harmony. The organization is a 501(c) 3 and also contributes a portion of its performance proceeds to the John Tully Memorial Scholarship Fund to aid local college-bound high school students and to The Harmony Foundation, providing grants promoting vocal music education in schools and communities.
Tickets are $15 at the door for adults and youth/students are free. Attendees may order tickets online and use code FLYER2012 to receive $3 off each adult ticket. For additional information, please call Ed Burke at 540.977.0472. To learn more about The Virginia Gentlemen, visit www.vagents.org.
– Lisa Soltis