Since 1966, we’ve been pursuing our mission to promote fellowship and goodwill among our members and the people of the Greater Pittsburgh area by providing musical entertainment.
We perform throughout the holiday season, winding up with a public Christmas Concert. In the spring, we present a musical variety show with a different theme each year, where we sing and some of us even dance!
And along the way, we always make time for fun! We plan a Christmas party and a spring banquet, and our musical family gets together informally for brunches, pot luck dinners, to see a show or just to enjoy each other’s company.
The Harmony Singers are celebrating their 50th anniversary of entertaining people in the South Hills. We are available to perform for civic, social, church, or business organizations.Make a reservation for an event.
We strive to ensure that our facilities and programs are accessible to people with disabilities. The facilities in which we hold events are wheel chair accessible (including general access and restrooms). Please contact our Accessibility Coordinator, Mary Planiczki , regarding your needs and questions at 412 833-4361 or email@example.com
New members are always welcome. If you’re interested, just drop us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Harmony Singers Annual Show
The Harmony Singers of Pittsburgh celebrated their 50th year entertaining people in the South Hills on Saturday, April 23 at 7:30 p.m. and Sunday, April 24 at 2:30 p.m., at the Chartiers Valley Intermediate School, 2030 Swallow Hill Road, Pittsburgh, PA 15220.
This year’s show, “I Have a Song to Sing-50 Years of Harmony,” featured some of the group’s favorite songs from the past 50 years including “Can’t Help Falling in Love with You,” “Dream,” and “Sit Down You’re Rockin’ the Boat.” A special feature of the show was the performance of “Pittsburgh Town”, words and music by the late composer Thomas (Tommy Earl) Frobe.
A free-will collection was taken after each performance for the benefit of the Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank. The food bank’s mission is to feed people in need and mobilize our community to eliminate hunger.
Harmony Singers Perform at Carnegie Hall
On May 28, 2016, the Harmony Singers of Pittsburgh will join six choirs from Arizona, Georgia, Minnesota, Nebraska, New Jersey, Texas, and Washington at Carnegie Hall in New York City to perform a concert featuring Mark Hayes conducting anthems: “One World,” “Rejoice and Sing Out His Praises,” and “Simple Gifts.”
The 120 member combined ensemble will also sing the world premiere performance of “The Field,” words by Mewlana Jalaluddin Rumi, music by Mark Hayes. Z. Randall Stoops will conduct “Gloria” by John Rutter.
This is the third time that the Harmony Singers have been invited to perform at Carnegie Hall.