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!
Starting on August 6, 2018 the Heralds will be rehearsing at a new location: TPepin's Hospitality Centre. The centre offers some great possibilities for our rehearsals and is conveniently located at 4121 N 50th St, Tampa, FL 33610.
102 men were on the risers together on Saturday June 9th and the sound was amazing. More than that, all the attending members got to share some wonderful, emotional moments as we became a closer-knit family. Look out Orlando, here we come!
We'll be kicking off the International Contest week in Orlando with a show on July 2nd! Featuring 2009 Quartet Champs Crossroads, The Heralds, The Humdingers, Liberty Voices and more!...more
Herald’s member Stephen Goldman was featured on the NCAA web site. Full Story here
At the 2018 Senior International Quartet Contest, Easy Street won the silver medal. They scored 75.1% - less than 1% behind the winners. Congratulations guys!
Congratulations to Greg as the Board elocted him Barbershopper of the Month for February. Greg was chairman of the Valentines Day program
Congratualtons to Paul, Dave, Bryan, and Charlie on their phenominal fifth place finish this past weekend. They scored a 73.4% which was almost 1 percent higher than their prelims score. We know lot's of effort was required to accomplish this. Again, congratulations.