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Western Hospitality Singers are inviting men who love to sing to join us as we prepare for our  upcoming Christmas season.  Come to our Monday night meetings to rehearse our Christmas material, then sing on-stage with the chorus in a Christmas show on December 1st.  
 
Starting on Monday, September 24th, our 5 week introductory program covers the basics of good singing, 4-part harmony, and learning several songs with the full chorus in preparation for our Christmas programme.  You will discover what makes it a joy to be part of our group. 
Whether it's our style of music, our dedication to musical excellence, or the wonderful group of guys who get together every Monday, we guarantee there will be something to enjoy. 
 
Don't miss out - see you there!

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21 singers, representing all 4 Alberta BHS chapters, met in Red Deer on Saturday March 12, 2016 to participate in the second annual Alberta Harmony Platoon.

M.C. and organizer Murray Young got the ball rolling and kept it moving, assigning quartets, giving them names like "Instant Plastic", and drawing songs..

Singers were were assigned to quartets, and songs were drawn and assigned to each quartet from the 6 songs which had been learned in advance by the particiants. 

The first round of singing featured a chance to rehearse the selected song, while rounds 2 and 3 songs were drawn and then performed immediately.

A good time was had by all and some fine singing ensued ( though not always perfectly for an entire song or by all 4 members of a quartet).

Randy Peters, Chorus Director of Western Hospitality Singers, was honoured and presented with the Dr. Paul E. Tamblyn Music Educator Award for 2015.   

James Thexton, Treasurer of Sing Canada Harmony, presented this prestigious award to Randy on December 7th on behalf of Sing Canada Harmony and all barbershop chapters in Canada.  This recognizes Randy for his long-standing excellence in advancing and encouraging music educators in Barbershop  Harmony and a cappella singing,

Western Hospitality Singers were on hand at Confederation Park in Calgary on March 29th to entertain and to cheer on an enthusiastic crowd of walkers and joggers for the 2015 Trek for Tourette.

Trek for Tourette is a 5km walk held annually on the last Sunday of March in communities across Canada in support of the Tourette Syndrome cause.  It is Canada's only national fundraiser for Tourette Syndrome.

Money raised from the Calgary Trek is invested in research and treatments that benefit Tourette patients in southern Alberta.

On March 16th, Christina of the 72nd Calgary Pathfinders and Sophia of the 79th Calgary Girl Guides paid a visit to the Western Hospitality Singers in Calgary to promote fundraising for their respective groups.

Tying this visit into the semi-annual Cookie Campaign to help support community activities and leadership development for young girls in the Girl Guide program, Christina and Sophia delivered orders of cookies and even sold more to happy barbershoppers.

For their part, the men of Western Hospitality Singers were very happy to support this fundraiser as part of their commitment to community outreach. The smiles on their faces when they received their orders show that the guys were equally happy to see the cookies!

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