Sounds of Concord Sends Singing Valentines

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21607958.thb.jpgThis Valentines Day, give something unique and memorable! Send a Singing Valentine from Sounds of Concord, the one of the top Barbershop Harmony choruses in New England. It's a lovely way to do something special for your special someone(s), and it's a fundraiser for our choral group. Last year, we delivered Singing Valentines to unsuspecting women and men in conference rooms, class rooms, homes, restaurants, and even to someone in a dentist chair!

For as little as $60.00, a quartet will show up at home or office in formal garb, sing two tender love songs, and then present either a silk rose or a dozen real roses (additional cost), a card, and a bag of candy (kisses, of course). We'll take a photo of the occasion and present it to your loved one. For more details, go to You can call us at 866-537-1584 or email us at

Availability is limited so reserve yours now! We deliver to most cities and towns including Boston and to the North and West. We can deliver on Saturday the 12th, Sunday the 13th, or Monday, Valentine's Day. We will take orders right up through Sunday, as long as we have room in the schedule to deliver.

If you contact us early you can actually sing one of the parts yourself! We'll teach you one or both songs and we'll fill in the Harmony Parts! What a thrill for your significant other!

SOUNDS OF CONCORD is always looking for guys who like to sing, and we hold auditions approximately once a month. Men who like to sing are given both vocal and musical instruction. Our membership comes from over 15 Cities and Towns in Eastern Massachusetts. We rehearse on Thursday nights at Temple Emunah, 9 Piper Rd, Lexington Mass. Call anytime for more information. Sounds of Concord is a 501(c)(3) non-profit educational organization.

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