Alexandria Harmonizers

Alexandria Harmonizers

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The Alexandria Harmonizers are an international champion barbershop chorus based in Alexandria, Virginia. Numbering 95 men in 2009, the chorus is the performing arm of the Alexandria Chapter of the Barbershop Harmony Society, under the direction of Joseph Cerutti, Jr. The Harmonizers have performed an the Kennedy Center Honors, Carnegie Hall, Wolf Trap National Park for the Performing Arts, the Supreme Court, and the White House.


The Alexandria, Virginia Chapter of the Barbershop Harmony Society (then SPEBSQSA), was chartered by four "godfathers″: Dean Snyder, Eugene Barnwell, Jean Boardman and Louis E. Metcalf, and sponsored by the Washington, DC Chapter (the Singing Capital Chorus). On June 29, 1948, Boardman presented Ed Poole, the president of the newly-formed chapter, with the charter for the new Alexandria Chapter.

The Harmonizers won their first Barbershop Harmony Society International gold medal in 1986, in Salt Lake City and have earned the title three more times since then (1989 Kansas City, 1995 Miami Beach, and 1998 Atlanta). They have also earned 11 other International medals and are the current (2009) Mid-Atlantic District chorus champion.

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  • 1948–1950: Eugene Barnwell, one of the charter members and a "godfather"
  • 1950–1951: Werner Paul
  • 1951–1962: Dr. Harold "Bud" Ardberg
  • 1963–1970: Oz Newgard
  • 1970–1980: Scott Werner, who directed the Harmonizers to their first BHS International medal in 1978......
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