March 19, 2017

St Patrick's Day Car Show

On Saturday, March 18th, Tri City Sound performed at St Louis DeMontfort Church in Orcutt. We opened the car show with the National Anthem, and continued to sing a full set, including "Irish Medley", "Good Ol' A Capella" and "God Bless America".


Warming up!

Warming up, led by Cindy (co-director)

Pre- performance pep talk!

Lunch at Crumbles after a successful show!

March 6, 2017

Seventh Annual Youth In Harmony Festival

On March 4, music students from local high schools joined Tri City Sound and The Central Coast Chordsmen to learn about barbershop style music. The event took place at 4:00 pm at St. Louis De Montfort Church Hall in Orcutt.

The program was as follows:

Intuned (the young women's chorus): "You've Got a Friend" and "Lean on Me" 
The Corney Island Chordsmen (the young men's chorus): "The Chordbuster March" and "Coney Island Baby"
Un- 4 Gettable: "Sh-Boom" and "Let Me Call You Sweetheart"
Jeweltones sang "They Go Simply- Wild Over Me" and "Blue Skies"
Soundsations sang "I Don't Know Why" and "The Lion Sleeps Tonight"
Orcutt Academy Choir: "Sing"

Our guest quartet The Newfangled Four performed, as well as an audience sing-a-long. Guest director Margaret Nelson led "God Bless America" followed by the "Star Spangled Banner" to finish the evening.

The Intuned Chorus posing for a "goofy" photo.

Alexis(left, lead) and Karolyn(right, lead) taking a break.

Guest director Margaret Nelson rehearsing with the young women's chorus and Tri City Sound.

The young men's chorus rehearsing before the performance.

Susan (Lead) with her students.

Gina and Diana, expressive as ever!

The Corney Island Chordsmen performing with guest quartet The Newfangled Four.

The Soundsations performed "I Don't Know Why" and "The Lion Sleeps Tonight".

Jeweltones performed "They Go Simply- Wild Over Me" and "Blue Skies".

The Youth in Harmony Program encourages and actively promotes the joyful experience of singing in general, and singing in the four-part barbershop style among young singers and their teachers.  The goals of the program are: to encourage and support local music education of all types in the elementary schools, junior high schools, high schools and colleges in our communities; to provide a performance outlet and to develop an awareness of singing as a lifelong recreational activity; to raise the awareness among teachers and education administrators that barbershop harmony is a viable musical art form that can help them to expand and improve their vocal music curriculum; to foster the establishment of groups of barbershop harmony singers at local schools as an integral part of the school music curriculum; to provide the environment in which young singers can develop greater self-confidence, improve performance skills, and learn the value of teamwork.

February 17, 2017

2016 Year In Review

Anniversary party for the Tri City Sound and Pacific Horizon Choruses. Left to Right: Gail (PHC), Barbara (PHC), Kim (PHC), Logan (PHC), Dyanna (TCS), Cindy (TCS), Barbara (TCS).
From the installation dinner on May 26. Catherine receiving her ten- year
       pin, presented by Dyanna.
Tri City Sound preparing for a patriotic performance on August 20 at the Unity Church in Santa Maria. Left to right: Barbara (Director), Karen (Baritone), Dyanna (Lead), Gill (Lead), Linda (Baritone), Lyndell (Bass), Gina (Baritone), Alexis (Lead), Diana (Bass), Catherine (Tenor), Dawn (Lead), Susan (Lead), Trudy (Bass).


Tri City Sound singing at a ceremony for the 75th anniversary of Pear Harbor at the Abel Maldonado Community Youth Center in Santa Maria.
Part of the chorus singing at a Christmas Performance at the Mole Hole in Solvang. Left to right: Cindy (Director), Lyndell (Bass), Gina (Baritone), Barbara (Director), Gill (Lead), Linda (Baritone), Diana (Bass), Catherine (Tenor).

The annual Friends and Family Christmas Show on December 15, including seven guest singers.

Co- directors Cindy and Barbara at the annual chorus Christmas party at Klondike Pizza in Santa Maria on December 17.

February 15, 2017

Singing Valentines!

On February 14, members of Tri City Sound took to the streets to deliver singing valentines! We sang "I Can't Give You Anything But Love" as well as "Wouldja Be My Valentine".


 Left to right: Dyanna (Lead); Alexis (Lead); Barbara (Director); Catherine (Tenor); Lyndell (Bass); Gina (Baritone); Linda (Baritone); Trudy (Bass).


Gina (Baritone) plants a kiss on her valentine!


Gina (Baritone), her husband, and Alexis (Lead) sharing some valentine humor!

February 11, 2017

Valentines Performance

Friday, February 10, Tri City Sound performed in Lompoc for the Calvary Baptist Church. The song line up included our two contest songs, "The Bandstand in Central Park" and "I Can't Give You Anything But Love", as well as "Wouldja Be My Valentine".



Warm ups in our Valentine finest!

Our Directors, Barb (left) and Cindy (Right) celebrating a show well sung.

Left to Right: Gina (Bari), Cindy (Co- director), and Diana (Bass) strike a sassy pose warming up for the show!

Left to Right: Lyndell (Bass) with Lois after the show.