|Type of post:||Press article|
|Posted By:||Sandi Wright|
|Date Posted:||Sun, Jun 30 2019|
|The St. Louis Vocal Project entered its first women’s barbershop contest and came home with honors - First Place Small Chorus (25 and fewer members) and Third Place Overall. “This was quite an accomplishment,” said musical director Sandi Wright. “We exceeded our expectations and turned a few heads in the process.” The Vocal Project was formed last year to promote a cappella harmony in the barbershop style to all women in the area. They received high marks for their two choreographed songs, I’m in the Mood For Love and The Trolley Song (from Meet Me in St. Louis). The 20 voices competed with women singers from Kentucky, Indiana, Ohio, Illinois, Wisconsin and Missouri. The St. Louis Vocal Project, a women’s community chorus, is affiliated with Harmony Incorporated and rehearses in Webster Groves.
stltoday.com, June 25, 2019
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