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What they're saying 

Listen to what a few Verdugo Hills Chorus members and other Sweet Adelines from around the country have to say about being in an organization like ours:


"Not only is Sweet Adelines Intl a music organization with a zillion educational opportunities to learn and hone the craft of barbershop, but Verdugo Hills Chorus has had so many "other" opportunities for me as well - like script writing, Gazette Editor, and best of all, quartetting and all the rich experiences that brings. And at the core of all these activities are the wild and wonderful women, that incredibly big-hearted, beautiful bevy of barbershop babes I am blessed to call my friends."

Nancy McGuire - Lead, Verdugo Hills Chorus


"I joined Verdugo Hills Chorus because I heard the chorus sing 'Jump Shout Boogie.'  I was completely overwhelmed with the music and just had to be a part of it. I needed something in my life that filled an enormous empty space. It lifted my spirits to have new friends that have become family and the best support group in the world. Being part of this singing organization has become an integral part of my life."

Pat Kahmann - Bass, Verdugo Hills Chorus



“I enjoy the fun and fellowship of the ladies, and the beautiful music. Many of the members in my group I have known for years and feel comfortable singing with them. I consider my time with them to be much needed therapy!”
Robin Smith, Tri City Sound Chorus

“I am so happy to have found Sweet Adelines and am telling all my sisters about the fun we have and the lovely ladies I have met so far.”

Cindy Phair, Suncoast Harmony Chapter

“I wish I had done it 20 years ago.”
Rosemary Trimpe, Grand Rapids Chorus

“I have made so many wonderful new friends and the music runs through my head 24/7.“
Carole Ann Richards, Cincinnati Sound Chorus

”Singing is the best therapy for lifting spirits. The music creates a positive healing flow of energy from one person to another and it is a very powerful tool in creating stable mental and physical health. Music is known to reduce stress and balance the spirit.” 
Susan Swertfager, South Valley Sound Chorus

“I'm a part of an awesome group of ladies. They work really hard at each rehearsal, but they have so much fun at the same time.”
Patti Bade, Spirit of Harmony Chorus