Saratoga Soundtrack Chorus held their second Soundbytes Open Mic on Friday, October 27th. The evening showcased a variety of talents performed by participants from the Saratoga area and beyond.
The chorus would like to thank the following performers: the chimes of "Acabella"; saxophonist Dan Platt; dance partners "Thomas and Tamara Russell ; Jamie Halvarson's comedic channeling of Edith Ann; a cappella voices of "Mad Caps," and "Friendly Shaker Kids;" and vocalists with accompaniment-"P,B and J," "Rob Sgarlata," "G(irl) Clefs," "Sirens and Sojourners," "Ron Sorensen," and "Jenn, Phil and Deanna."
After 11 years directing Saratoga Soundtrack Chorus, Nancy Faddegon will be joining her fellow singers on the risers and taking on the role of Associate Director. During Nancy’s amazing tenure as director, the chorus has won 11 medals including four Regional Division A and AA medals and two International Harmony Classic Medals. She was awarded the status of Master Director in 2016. Nancy also brought her expertise as a multi-medalist quartet champion to the chorus. In addition to directing the award-winning Saratoga Soundtrack Chorus, Nancy is an accomplished barbershop arranger and composer. Her arrangements brought music history to life in our Musical Odyssey Package and our Rosie the Riverter Package on the International Stage.
Members of Saratoga Soundtrack Chorus share love of singing
By Leigh Hornbeck Published 3:31pm, Friday, February 10, 2017 Times Union
If the image of four men in straw derbies and bow ties comes to mind when you hear "barbershop quartet," you're not getting the full picture.
Working with Girl Scout organizer, Diane White, who represented the Saratoga/Schuylerville Girl Scouts, Saratoga Soundtrack Chorus helped 4th and 5th grade girls from Junior Troops 3039, 3082, 3119, 3203, and 3359 earn their Young Women in Harmony Girl Scout Activity Patch on January 30. The ALL IN quartet consisting of Cheryl Springer, Terry Bradway, Lisa Fedele, and Kimberly Van Orman demonstrated singing techniques and were assisted by the event’s organizers, Jackie Albanese, Wendy Camilli, and Sue Pidgeon. 27 girls participated in a Sweet Adeline International's music program consisting of 9 activities that were chosen from 3 categories: Discover, Connect, Take Action.
Check out our Singing Valentine webpage saratogasoundtrack.org/singingvalentines
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In 1933, George P. Oslin, an executive at Western Union, had the foresight to create the singing telegram, in order to bring happy news to recipients, as most telegrams brought the sad news of a deceased loved one.
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Sweet Sounds of the Season
On December 1, Saratoga Soundtrack Chorus, stationed on the porch of Salt & Char, sang holiday favorites to the throngs of the on-lookers at Saratoga Springs’ Victorian Streetwalk. Children and adults enjoyed Christmas classics, such as “I’ll Be Home for Christmas”, “Jingle Bell Rock”, and a parody of “The 12 Days of Christmas” called “The 12 Days After Christmas”, while eating free candy canes provided by Saratoga Soundtrack Chorus.
Members of Saratoga Soundtrack pose for a photo Dec. 1 at the Victorian Streetwalk in downtown Saratoga Springs. Maureen Werther — For The Saratogian
By Maureen Werther, For The Saratogian
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Saratoga Soundtrack performs at the streetwalk.Maureen Werther — For The Saratogian
SARATOGA SPRINGS >> The ladies of Saratoga Soundtrack, an all-female a cappella singing group, don’t sing because it’s a job. They sing because it’s a joy.
The Saratoga Soundtrack Chorus performed recently for an appreciative audience at the Speculator Pavilion in Speculator, N.Y. Saratoga Soundtrack Chorus, an award-winning women’s a cappella group singing four-part harmony, is a not-for-profit chartered chorus of Sweet Adelines International, a worldwide organization of women singers committed to advancing the musical art form of barbershop harmony through education and performance. For more information, go to www.saratogasoundtrack.org.