Congratulations to Upshot! Quartet who represented the Sunshine District at the 2020 Senior International Quartet Contest, finishing in 6th place in a very competitive contest. Members of the quartet are Bruce Cokeroft and Dave Cross (from the Heralds), Jack Slamka and Steve Culpepper. Having...more
Congratulations to Bourbon Brothers Quartet who won the 2019 Sunshine District Quartet Championship! Well done Matt Nelson, Matthew Boutwell, Christian Espinoza and Alex Kuen!
The Heralds had the honor of singing the National Anthem at the Buccanners game on August 23rd. We just heard that the owners (the Glazer family) want us to return to sing at another game this season. More details to come...
Thank you to Transamerica for their sponsorship. We welcome you as Friends of the Heralds.
The Heralds recently competed in the 2019 International Chorus Contest and finished 8th in the World! This year several "big name" choruses returned to the contest, making this accomplishment even more impressive.
Two special guest performers have been added to the June 17th Send Off Show: the Award-winning Hurricane of Harmony Chorus from Gaither High School and the Liberty Voices, made up of current and past singers from the Voices of Liberty at EPCOT....more
At the Installation and Awards Banquet on January 6, 2019, Mike Cross was named as Barbershopper of the Year for 2018. He was presented with the award by last year's recipient, Charlie Nelson.
We are raising money to help with the costs of getting our younger members to Salt Lake City new summer. Details on GoFundMe
The Heralds performed their annual Christmas Concerts to sold-out, enthusiastic crowds. Click here for a short teaser video from the show.
On Saturday October 27th The Heralds of Harmony won the right to represent the Sunshine District at the 2019 International Chorus Contest in Salt Lake City.
We had a great Guest Night on August 20th, with 34 guests! Of course guests are welcome any Monday night!
The Heralds completed their most successful International Chorus Contest ever, finishing in 6th place with a score of 91.7% (also an all-time high). In an incredibly tight competition, the chorus finished only 11 points out of the 5th place medals - and only 15 points out of 3rd place!