The Sounds of Liberty chorus continues to add to Philadelphia's rich tradition of excellent music and entertainment through the unique American art form called Barbershop Harmony.
Established in 1947 as The Quaker City Chorus, the all male chorus continues to entertain and excite audiences of all ages. Renamed in 1991 as The Sounds of Liberty, the chorus entertains throughout the Delaware Valley. Notable appearances of the chorus have been at Independence Hall, The Academy of Music and the Philadelphia Convention Center.
We rehearse Tuesday evenings in Northeast Philadelphia, 7:00 until 10:00 PM at the St. John Neumann Center for Rehabilitation .
Join us at Perkins Restaurant on Grant Ave. the first Monday of each month. Enjoy dinner with the chorus and get treated to fine barbershop singing! Members and friends usually start arriving around 5:30 p.m.
Loving what we do!
The above photo was after one of our concerts before we went on to the afterglow
Loving what other barbershoppers do...
Published on Jul 12, 2016
SONG PREMIERE: "Bohemian Rhapsody" (As sung by Queen)
Arrangement by Deke Sharon and Adam Scott
Performed by Storm Front Quartet, 2010 International Quartet Champions
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Help the Chorus
Running a chorus is surprisingly expensive, from purchasing and maintaining uniforms to buying music, the costs add up. Help us continue to be a tradition in Philadelphia, and preserve the great American art of Barbershop singing.
The Scrip Program allows you buy grocery store gift certificates through the chorus at face value - as little as $25. The chorus then receives a percentage back from the store. Click here for the form.