This past week five quartets from the Keystone Capital Chorus spread the joy of Valentines day around the Harrisburg Region. The quartets started around 7:30am and went until about 7:30pm delivering 90 singing valentines. They sang in offices, hospitals, schools, and homes. This is an annual fund raiser for the chorus. If you weren't able to give a singing valentine this year, we will be out and about again next year. Thank you to all our patrons who ordered valentines. We look forward to seeing you at our annual show in May.
Bob Bennett's blog
Bob Bennett's blog
This past saturday October 15th, the Keystone Capital Chorus had the honor of entertaining walkers at the 2016 Making Strides Against Breast Cancer walk. Braving the chilly temperatures, the chorus got set up at Kunkel Plaza at State and Front Streets. About 8:15 walkers started passing by on the walking route. The chorus broke into song and serenaded the walkers as they passed by. The chorus sang for over 2 hours. During that time, many walkers stopped for a few minutes of song before continuing on their way. This was the 2nd year the chorus entertained the walkers. If you'd like to see more pictures, please look us up on our facebook page.
This past weekend was a busy one for the Keystone Capital Chorus. Saturday evening the chorus had the pleasure of singing the National Anthem for the Reading Phitin' Phillies. After the anthem, the chorus stayed to watch the game and their MEGA Fireworks display. See our facebook page for pictures and a video of the chorus in action. Sunday morning we had the opportunity to spread our barbership music with the Middletown First Church of God's 10:30am service. The chorus was part of the all music church service. Thank you to one of our newest members Trevor Reece for setting up the performance. Keep watching our facebook page for all the current happenings of the chorus.
This past weekend in Harrisburg, PA, the Keystone Capital Chorus competed against 12 other choruses in the first even Central Division Contest of the Mid Atlantic District. The Keystone Capital Chorus finished 6th and qualified for the Mid Atlantic District Competition in September in Lancaster, PA. KCC debuted it's new look by taking the stage in all black with colorful bowties, singing I Only Have Eyes For You and I Didn't Wanna Fall.
Due to the elections on April 26th, the Keystone Capital Chorus will not rehearse at our normal rehearsal hall.
On Tuesday April 26th, the Keystone Capital Chorus will meet at Mt Zion United Methodist Church, 2685 Mt Zion Road, Enola, PA.
We will begin rehearsal at 7pm as usual.
Guests are always welcome. We will be preparing for our upcoming dinner show on May 7th.
Hope to see you there.
This is just a reminder that the Keystone Capital Chorus will not be rehearsing tonight. We are taking the week off so our members can enjoy the holidays with their families. We will be back at it next tuesday evening. We have a bunch of new music to learn for our upcoming show in May. Hope to see you there!!!!
HAPPY NEW YEAR FROM KCC!!!
This past Saturday evening, October 17th, the Keystone Capital Chorus performed for the 70th Annual PA National Horse Show at the Farm Show Complex. The chorus provided a few selections to the crowd before singing the National Anthem to star the final evening of competition. This was the second year the chorus was asked to perform. Last year the chorus performed for their Military Appreciation Night. The PA National Horse Show was founded the same year as the Keystone Capital Chorus.
This past saturday, October 17th, The Keystone Capital Chorus, had the pleasure of providing entertainment for the 2015 Breast Cancer Walk on City Island. Tho the morning was brisk, the beautiful sunshine and commeraderie helped to keep the members warm. Based on Kunkle Plaza on Front Street, the chorus sang to walkers as they passed by on the designated route. Some stopped by for a minute to listen while others simply clapped and thanked us for taking the time for a good cause. The chorus sang from 8am until about 10:30am when the last walked had finally passed.