Helena’s Last Chancers, a small but enthusiastic men’s chorus has been entertaining area groups
since the early 1970’s in the barbershop style. We sing some old songs and some new songs in
four-part a cappella harmony. The Chorus is a member of the Barbershop Harmony Society, a
worldwide organization founded in 1938 to promote and preserve barbershop music as an art form.
Core values of barbershoppers worldwide include a love of singing, rich camaraderie, personal
growth musically, and the joy of sharing four-part harmony with others.
The Last Chancers regularly perform at health care facilities, sporting events, downtown strolls, the
farmer’s market, Farm in the Dell Harvest Days, Festival of Trees, Singing Valentines and other
The chorus meets each Tuesday evening at 7 PM at the South Hills Church of Christ, 2294 Deerfield
Lane, just off the south interstate exit. We meet downstairs, entrance in the back. Men of all ages are
invited to come and share in the joy of singing a song.
We are looking for a chorus director
for our all male group, performing in
the barbershop style. We meet once
a week and do public appearances
throughout the year.
Do you or someone you know (male
or female) have the following
1. Is energetic and can work with an
all volunteer group.
2. Has vocal musical talent oriented
toward a capella singing.
3. Has good communication and
4. Likes to perform in public.
If so, we are interested in talking.
The Last Chancers chorus is small
but is looking to expand both in
number and vocal skills.