Quartets

 
 

Singing in a quartet is a thrill for barbershoppers.  Quartets can form within

a chorus or from members of multiple choruses.  They require extra rehearsal time and commitment, but the joys far outweigh the responsibilities.  Quartets select their own repertoire and style, allowing them considerable freedom of expression and personality.  All our quartets are registered with Sweet Adelines International.


 

 

As the quartet's name correctly suggests, this group has a light-hearted spirit. The women have become close friends both in and outside of chorus.  They genuinely want to share the gift of music with others, whether it is for a private party, a wedding, or corporate/community event.  They have delivered Singing Valentines, performed for Veteran's groups, and delighted audiences at senior living facilities.  Their repertoire includes classic standards of the 30's and 40's, love songs, gospel, patriotic, inspirational, contemporary, and also holiday music.  They'd be thrilled to sing for you.  They would be pleased to design a custom performance package to meet your needs. 

For more information, please contact Linda at 208-869-9796. 

What do you call four fun-loving female friends who sing together every chance they get?

In Treble Again

Although they each have different backgrounds and interests, they have bonded through their love of singing.  They rehearse weekly and are coached by Andy Maddox, one of Capital City Sound's co-directors.  They met as members of the chorus, then decided to form a quartet.  They are registered with Sweet Adelines International and perform throughout the Treasure Valley at a wide variety of venues.

 

In Treble Again quortet poses in Julia Davis Park

after performing in

Boise Music Week's "Music in the Park"..


 

Sibling Rivalry

The members of Sibling Rivalry are sisters who currently live in four different states (Idaho, Utah, California and Oregon). They have been singing together their whole lives although they have only recently registered as a quartet with Sweet Adelines International. They started by singing unison, then 2-part, then 3-part harmony.

As teenagers (about 1989), a choir teacher introduced them to 4-part barbershop harmony and they were hooked! No more sharing! Unfortunately, they believed barbershop was for men and women older than them. They kept singing those ringing chords, but only at family gatherings.

Keturah Miller, baritone; Shanda Ludlow, lead
 Malauna Gibby, tenor; and Milaka Stringham, bass.

 

Milaka joined Mountain Jubilee Chorus in 2006 and formulated a plan for all of them to find Sweet Adelines choruses to join and then compete as a quartet. She now sings and dances on the front row in Pride of Portland Chorus. Malauna has been a member of Capital City Sound Chorus (formerly Syringa Sound Chorus) since 2010. She also sang with the 2013 Novice Quartet "Spontuneous," so she brings some quartet experience to share with her sisters. Shanda is a member of Mountain Jubilee Chorus and Keturah sings with Sacramento Valley Chorus.

If you want to contact Sibling Rivalry, email Malauna Gibby.

The quartet has a facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Sibling-Rivalry-Quartet/427895393994872

 

 

 

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