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The Southern Gentlemen Chorus is always looking for men of all ages who like to sing in the Barbershop Tradition. If you have any questions you can contact us or attend one of our practices and see first hand what we are all about.

Need Entertainment?

The Southern Gentlemen Chorus can provide entertainment, either as a chorus, a very large quartet (8-12 men), or a quartet. Does your party, event, convention, or meeting deserve some unique entertainment? Are you working within a budget? Our chorus can accommodate you. Contact a chorus representative at the number or by email. Al Brylow at 252-617-5919

Upcoming Events

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                      Chorus Entertains Hospice Volunteers

The Southern Gentlemen Chorus appeared at the Elks Club in New Bern in late October, providing entertainment for the Annual New Bern Hospice Luncheon. The Chorus has become regular feature of this luncheon honoring Hospice volunteers.

Chorus Rehearsal

The Southern Gentlemen Chorus meets weekly at Cornerstone Assembly of God Church, 2304 US Hwy 70 East, New Bern, North Carolina (on the James City side of the Trent River bridge). Rehearsals are every Tuesday from 7:00 pm to 9:30 pm in the large building at the back of church lot. Men who have an interest in male acappella singing are encouraged to check us out. Hope to see you there!

Directions: Click the Find Us tab on the menu bar for detailed directions to the rehearsal site at the Cornerstone Assembly of God Church.

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Active Chapter Quartets
"CHAPTER TWO" is an active quartet that draws its four members from the Southern Gentlemen Barbershop Chorus. The quartet has performed at The Flame, The Emerald, Carolina Pines, and local churches, as well as for private parties. It can provide entertainment for birthday parties, surprise parties, dinners and larger special events. If you need entertainment from 15 minutes to 45 minutes, call Al Brylowe (252-617-5919) or Brian Giersch (252-633-4554).


The Southern Gentlemen Chorus appreciates the continuing support of the Craven Arts Council and the North Carolina Arts Council

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