The Heart of Harmony (HOH) is a Men's Acappella Ensemble from West Allis, Wisconsin. We are an official chapter of the Barbershop Harmony Society, performing all types of music from pop to gospel, rooted in the tradition of four-part close harmony singing, better known as "Barbershop".

If you are interested in seeing the Heart of Harmony perform live, please check our upcoming performances page, or visit our media gallery. The chorus, and our quartets are available for hire at parties, corporate events, picnics, or any other location where you may need high quality entertainment.  Please visit our Contact Page and write us a note, we'd be glad to hear from you.

We are also looking for quality singers, both men AND women! That's right, if you are interested in singing and would like to be one of our sweethearts, have a look at the Sweethearts of Harmony section for more info.

Give A Buck For Our Tux!

The Heart of Harmony is asking for your help to give our singers a more professional appearance when we perform. 

We firmly believe that the upgrade in how we look will help us look more professional, bring better contest scores and bigger audiences. As the Chapter prepares for 2018, we are looking to dramatically improve our look with a new tuxedo outfit, selected for its classic look and long-lasting style. 

Consider giving a buck, (or two) for our tux! Click here to learn more and give your support... 

Give a Buck for Our Tux!

The Heart of Harmony is raising money for NEW tuxedos! Play video to learn more!

Posted by Heart of Harmony Chorus on Tuesday, October 24, 2017

Happy Valentine's Day!

Okay, so it's not Valentines Day... yet. But it's never too early to plan ahead! Remember what happened last year??

Let the Heart of Harmony make the day memorable for your significant other. We'll visit them at their home, place of employment or anywhere you tell us... and we'll deliver a song or two, and a rose for that person you love. 

"I have been receiving singing valentines for many years.  I never know when they will appear, but they always seem to find me. I have been surprised while walking in the mall,  at bridge club, walking out of church, at a restaurant with my husband, and even at the airport just before boarding the plane for a cruise.  But last year topped them all.  I was awaken at 8 AM by four men at the foot of my bed singing 'Let Me Call You Sweetheart'.  Embarrassed, yes! But I wouldn't change a thing for I married a romantic."

Ella, Singing Valentine Recipient

Click the flyer to the left for prices and information.

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