Twin Cities Show Chorus is a community-based nonprofit (501c3) performance and musical education organization offering high quality vocal skills development and performance opportunities to adult and young women singers
Our chorus is committed to individual and ensemble growth and development in a fun, positive and supportive environment.
Singers find a welcome home in our rehearsal hall and performance stage.
We sing a variety of popular and classic songs - all a cappella. Our songs feature a strong melody and interesting multiple-part harmonies.
Our performances take place in a variety of venues, including fully staged shows in performance halls and more casual performances in parks, fairs, community events, parties, conventions, and sporting events.
We also travel and sing on tour - both internationally and in the United States. We have performed in Russia, Australia, New Zealand, and Greece as well as in Minnesota, Iowa, Alaska and Branson, MO.
We compete annually in Sweet Adelines International regional and international barbershop harmony competitions. Competing keeps our skills sharp, and we have a proud history of successs in regional and international competitions. Most recently, in regional competition we took 4th place overall and 2nd place in our division as a mid-size chorus.
The Twin Cities Show Choris is available to perform for private engagements. Performances provide income that contributes to funding our operations. We also seek donations and sponsorships to support our musical programs.
Our chorus members are skilled volunteer singers who enjoy learning and performing. They also enjoy the friendships and commaradarie of making music together. Many life-long friendships have been forged at Twin Cities Show Chorus.
Our mission is to enhance the lives of our members and the enjoyment of our audiences through the skillful performance of Barbershop and a cappella harmony singing
Every member of our chorus is valuable and contributes to our success. Over time, every member of our chorus has grown and developed beyond what they they thought they could achieve. Many members have learned new skills, taken on leadership roles, overcome challenges, and built life-long relationships with people they never would have met without music in their lives.
Making music together is a gift that has enhanced our lives in so many ways. We enjoy our time together, as our collective voices produce so much more than the sum of the parts.