Sarasota – January 2023 – The Sarasota Chorus of the Keys presents its 73rd Annual Show “Just Singin’ A Song” with musical guests, the award-winning quartet, “Nightlight.” Audiences will relish the exciting sound of four-part acapella harmony that include popular standards from the Great American Songbook made famous by beloved artists such as Bing Crosby, Glenn Miller, and Ella Fitzgerald. The lineup also includes the music of Irving Berlin, Fats Waller, Richard Rodgers and more.
The concert takes place on Saturday, February 25 at 2:30 p.m. at the Riverview Performing Arts Center, 1 Ram Way, in Sarasota Tickets range in price from $30-$35 and may be purchased online at www.ChorusoftheKeys.org.
Musical guests “Nightlife” hail from Southern California and are international quartet champions who have performed for such celebrities as Dick Van Dyke, Bill Hanna of Hanna-Barbera, Ted Turner, and Jane Fonda. The acclaimed group features tenor Rob Menaker, lead John Sasine, baritone Cody Littlefield, and bass, Brett Littlefield.
“For more than seven decades, our Annual Show has been known for the love and laughter that is shared with audiences as we bring together the harmony of the music and of the men who have worked diligently to present a high-quality concert,” said Ken Rear, Chorus of the Keys president. “We are thrilled to be a part of the incredible legacy that has made Sarasota the cultural destination it is today.”
About Sarasota Chorus of the Keys
The Sarasota Chorus of the Keys began in 1948 when it became a chapter of the “a cappella” singing organization, now known as the Barbershop Harmony Society (BHS) with its headquarters in Nashville, Tennessee. The BHS is a worldwide not-for-profit organization with hundreds of chapters in the USA and Canada, and several foreign countries. Currently, the Chorus of the Keys is a group of men who are permanent and seasonal residents, rehearse and perform on a year-round basis, and present an annual show each February.
For tickets and information, visit: www.chorusofthekeys.org