Vermont’s Premier A Capella Chorus Since 1947

Celebrating 75 years of the Green Mountain Chorus

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Bringing people together in harmony and fellowship to enrich lives through singing

 

GMC is a group of dedicated men who are committed to enriching the lives of its members and others while enjoying performances in wonderful a cappella, barbershop style. Barbershop Harmony has a rich and time-honored heritage that is well known in New England and is guaranteed to strike a “chord” with our audiences!
 

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Say "I Love You" with a Singing Valentine!

 

Delivered & Sung by a Barbershop Quartet, dressed to the 9s!
Three delivery/pricing options available on the order form
10% of every order goes to COTS
(Committee on Temporary Shelter)

 

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Want Green Mountain Chorus to sing at your next function?

 

Why not hire Green Mountain Chorus to entertain at your next event? We can perform at corporate functions, charity events, community Entertainment events, birthday parties, christmas parties, awards nights, weddings, engagements, anniversaries, engagements, and even funerals and memorial services.

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A safe space to rehearse again!

For now, we are meeting at our usual time, Tuesdays at 7:00PM at our usual location, St Francis Xavior School in Winooski. Please come. Bring a friend.

We always welcome new singers to come give Barbershop singing a try. We make it our mission to “.. bring people together in harmony and fellowship to enrich lives through singing.” So stop by at a rehearsal if you'd like to:

  • Sing Traditional and Contemporary Songs Arranged in Men's Four Part Harmony
  • Sharpen Your Singing Skills
  • Experience the Thrill of Performing at Community Events
  • Make New Friends
  • Sing Your Heart out!
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