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  • 1. • Letter from the President Index• Directors Thoughts• Contact information (Chorus Manager, Chapter President, Chorus Host)• Marriott Downtown – HQ Hotel• Downtown Map• Getting from the Airport to the Hotel• First time in Philly?• What’s going on today? Tuesday• What’s going on today? Wednesday• What’s going on today? Thursday• What’s going on today? Friday• What’s going on today? Saturday• Schedule of Major Events• Central Standard Rehearsal Schedule• Webcast Information• Collegiate Quartet Contest Order of Appearance• Collegiate Quartet Contest “TOP 5” worksheet• International Quartet Contest Order of Appearance• International Quartet Contest “TOP 20” worksheet and Order of Appearance• International Quartet “TOP 10” worksheet and Order of Appearance• International Quartet “TOP 5” Finals worksheet• 2010 International Chorus Contest Order of Appearance• 2010 Philly Chorus Competitors qualifying scores• Contest Site Chorus Pattern• Philadelphia Convention Center Contest Site cs 1• FAQ
  • 2. Letter from the PresidentGentlemen –I wanted to take a moment and share with you my thoughts on Central Standard competing atInternational. First off wow, a chorus that was started just a few years ago has arrived on the “big” stage. This isan opportunity for us to introduce ourselves to the barbershop world. It’s an opportunity to show that itdoesn’t matter how many guys you have, 30 guys can produce a huge sound and perform at an “A” level. All ofthat stuff aside it is going to be a great week of brotherhood for us as a chorus but also as with other membersof the society.I hope you are prepared for a great week. Please take some time to enjoy Philadelphia, there are tons ofhistoric landmarks within walking distance of our hotel. Take some time to sing a tag in the hotel lobby andmake new friends. We have worked hard in the past few months and have grown as a chorus, this is ouropportunity to show the greater barbershop community what CS is all about. This is going to be a great weekfor the chapter.Brandon cs 2
  • 3. Directors ThoughtsGentlemen –Well here we are…about to head to Philadelphia as the Central States District champion chorus. Wow! Canyou believe it’s almost time? It’s certainly been a fun ride since Lincoln, hasn’t it?The convention experience will be special for all of us, for many different reasons. It may be your first trip tothe eastern part of the U.S. Or, it may be the thrill of attending your first society international convention. Forsome, it will be the first time you ever compete at international. But for all of us, it will be the first time CentralStandard performs on the international stage. And YOU get to be part of that experience – that history. It’sunlikely that the exact same group of guys will come together for a performance like this one again. And therewon’t be another “first time” like this one for Central Standard. We’ll get to make a bit of history. Howawesome is that?After all the preparations, hard work, planning and sweat that have led up to Philly, our time on stage will comeand then be part of the past. So, savor the international experience together – the trip out, the rehearsals witheach other, the CSD pep rally, meeting other barbershoppers from around the world, taking in the contests, theAIC show, seeing other choruses and quartets, singing tags, making new friends near and far, and most of all,having FUN! Much like Harmony U, the international convention will be one of the highlights of yourbarbershop life. So whether it’s your first international, or one of many, remember, it’s your first time withCentral Standard. cs 3
  • 4. Directors ThoughtsIn addition to your own personal goals for the contest, keep this one in mind – when the curtain opens, YOUhave the power to take people to a different place - to entertain them, to make them laugh, smile, cry, ormaybe put their arm around the one they love. It’s a chance to make a difference in someone’s life for a fewminutes, to take them somewhere else, and maybe even inspire them in a way they didn’t think possible. Thereare few times in life where we get the chance to do that AND wrap it up in the gift of music…pure,unaccompanied, made from nothing but our voices and from the heart. That is one of the greatest gifts youcan share.And after Philly, our ride continues – this contest isn’t our “destination.” It’s just one stop on our journeytogether. I hope you have a wonderful, fantastic convention. It’s been a pleasure to stand out front. I’ll havethe best seat in the house on Friday, July 2, because it will be with each of you.Thank you for the gift you have given me. My wish has already come true.Love you guys –Mike cs 4
  • 5. Contact InformationChorus Manager: Chris Hecker cwhecker@yahoo.com Mobile: (816) 617-4599Chapter President: Brandon Yarbrough blyarbrough@gmail.com Mobile: (319) 269-9645Chorus Host: Art Marble marbleart9@aol.com Mobile: (912) 655-8712 cs 5
  • 6. Marriott Downtown – HQ Hotel LobbyFront Entrance Link to the Marriott Bar cs 6
  • 7. Marriott Downtown – HQ Hotel Lounge Grand BallroomRooms Available: 400 (Suites great for hospitality room)Room Rate: $129.00 for Regular Room King or Double, Suites Available – 62% off RackValet Parking: $43.00/dayRestaurant: Full Service & Buffet, Breakfast $19.00, Wi-Fi $9.99/Day, Free in LobbyRehearsal Space: At Convention Center, two rooms available. Schedule set up by Hoteland Chorus ManagersDistance to Contest Site: Attached (no shuttles) cs 7
  • 8. Downtown MapNorth cs 8
  • 9. Getting from the Airport to the HotelLink to the SEPTA Train SiteAirport to Hotel (Marriott Downtown in City Center)Airport Terminal Stop – choose which terminalMarket East Station (12th and Filbert Streets) – one block from HotelApproximately 30 min direct tripTravel between City Center and the Airport is a Zone 5 Peak Fare at all times.Payment types onboard – Cash, ticket, or pass – NO CREDIT CARDSA – Advanced SalesOB – On Board PurchaseBetween Center City Philadelphia and Zone 5 stations$6.00 | (A) Peak one-way fare$7.00 | (OB) Peak one-way fare$11.75 | (A) Peak round trip fare$14.00 | (OB) Peak round trip fareOne day convenience pass - $6.00Good for up to 8 rides on any bus, trolley or subway route in one dayNot valid for regional rail – ie. Not valid for trip from Airport cs 9
  • 10. First time in Philly?Experience all that Philadelphia has to offer. Hit the cobblestone streets and awaken your inner explorer in thecity that embraces past and progress. Treat your senses to bustling open-air markets and art that inspires in thecitys eclectic galleries. Watch history come to life and soak up some of the country’s most celebrated culinarycreations and phenomenal nightlife. Here are seven Philadelphia first-timer must-sees:1. Trolley TourHop on a burgundy and green Victorian-style open-air trolley and make memories while you hear the fullPhiladelphia story from an expert guide. The trolley gives you unlimited, 24-hour, hop-on, hop-off access to 20major attractions, including the Betsy Ross House, Reading Terminal, LOVE Park, the Rodin Museum, andSociety Hill. Tours depart throughout the day from the northeast corner of Fifth and Market streets.2. Liberty BellTake a photo with an American icon and an international symbol of freedom. On display at its new home – theLiberty Bell Center in Independence National Historical Park -- the 2,000-pound Liberty Bell is a free attractionhoused in a glass building overlooking Independence Hall. Learn the facts, myths, and the history behind thecrack and get an X-ray view of the bell’s inner-workings.3. Philadelphia Museum of ArtFollow in Sylvester Stallones footsteps and run skyward on the famed stairway featured in the film "Rocky" andits numerous hard-hitting sequels. Step inside the Philadelphia Museum of Art’s Greek-style building and getinspired by more than 225,000 brilliant works of art.4. Cheesesteak ChallengeWrap your taste buds around a cheese-whiz-dripping cheesesteak sandwich. A Philadelphia favorite since 1930, the famedcomfort food consists of thinly sliced steak, and your choice of melted cheese, and grilled onions on a long Italian roll. Localsdebate which institution offers the best — Pats or Genos. Both are open 24/7 and located across the street from each other.Head to Passyunk Avenue in the heart of South Philly to decide for yourself. cs 10
  • 11. First time in Philly?5. Reading Terminal MarketThis lively bazaar at 12th and Arch streets maintains its 1893 roots as the largest public market under one roof. Reading TerminalMarkets variety will astonish visitors with Amish baked goods, free-range meats, fresh produce, ethnic spices, handmade jewelry,and pottery.6. National Constitution CenterSee freedom firsthand and take a virtual tour with the late Peter Jennings at the first and only museum in the nation dedicated totelling the story of the U.S. Constitution – the National Constitution Center. Located at Independence Mall and offering morethan 100 interactive exhibits, this groundbreaking museum lets you take the Presidential Oath of Office and fill a seat on theSupreme Court.7. The Franklin Institute and the Academy of Natural SciencesThese two attractions house scientific innovation and are among the oldest museums in Philadelphia. Explore the life and deathof a star or pinpoint distant galaxies at The Franklin Institutes Fels Planetarium, the nations second oldest. Located on 20thStreet, the museums traveling and permanent exhibits offer in-depth looks at everything from mummy forensics to Ben Franklinslightning rod.Next, walk to the Academy of Natural Sciences on 19th Street and experience a tropical garden filled with butterflies from aroundthe world. Connect with nature with sensory-pleasing visits to the watershed exhibit, Dinosaur Hall, and the Live AnimalCenter. cs 11
  • 12. Whats going on today? TuesdayHarmony Marketplace & Lounge Convention Center 9:00am-6:00pmHarmony University Classes See Convention Program 10:00am - 4:00pmCollegiate Barbershop Quartet Championship See Convention Program 6:00pm-10:00pmTag Team On Stage See Convention Program 9:10pm cs 12
  • 13. What’s going on today? WednesdayHarmony Marketplace / Lounge Convention Center 9:00am-8:00pmQuartet Quarterfinals Quartet Finals Convention Center 10:00am-9:30pm3 Men & A Melody on Stage Convention Center 10:49amHigh Definition on Stage Convention Center 1:47pmSkyline on Stage Convention Center 8:32pmAOH Rehearsal Marriott GB Salon G/H 3:00pm – 5:00pmNew Tradition Rehearsal Sheraton Liberty "A“ 7:30pm – 10:30pmAlexandria Harmonizers Rehearsal Doubletree Hotel 8:30am - 10:30am, 8:00pm – 10:00pmChorus of the Chesapeake Lowes Ballroom 8:00pm – 10:00pmThe Cottonwood Chorus Sheraton Liberty “A” 2:00pm – 5:00pmPathfinders Sheraton Liberty “A” 8:00am – 10:00amMusic City Chorus Marriott GB Salon G/H 9:45pm – 11:30pmCircle City Sound Sheraton Liberty “D” 9:00am – 11:00amMidwest Vocal Project Courtyard JU 7:30pm – 9:00pmThe Big Apple Chorus Sheraton Liberty “D” 1:30pm – 3:30pmThe Vocal Agenda Hampton Inn 8:00am – 9:00am, 3:00pm – 4:30pmThe Northern Lights Courtyard GB 7:30pm – 9:00pmHeart of America Courtyard JU 9:00pm – 10:30pmMidwest Vocal Express Sheraton Liberty “D” 8:30pm – 11:30pmWestminster Marriott Liberty 11:00pm – 1:00amSound of the Rockies Marriott Liberty 9:00pm – 10:30pm cs 13
  • 14. What’s going on today? ThursdayMaster Class - Ambassadors of Harmony Mariott GB 9:00am-9:50amMarketplace / Lounge Convention Center 9:00am-7:30pmQuartet Semifinals Convention Center 11:00am-3:00pmAIC Show (additional cost) Convention Center 7:30pm-10:00pmVM Rehearsal Loews Ballroom 9:00am – 12:00pm, 1:00pm – 4:00pmSouthern Gateway Marriott Liberty 9:00am – 11:00am, 4:00pm – 6:00pmChorus of the Chesapeake Loews Ballroom 7:30pm – 10:00pmThe Cottonwood Chorus Sheraton Liberty “A” 7:00pm – 10:00pmPathfinders CC Warm-Up Room 8:45am – 9:45amMusic City Chorus Marriott GB 5:30pm – 7:00pmCircle City Sound Sheraton Liberty “D” 9:00am – 11:00amNorthwest Vocal Project Courtyard JU 5:30pm – 7:00pmBig Apple Chorus Sheraton Liberty “D” 11:00am – 12:30pm, 7:00pm – 8:00pmThe Vocal Agenda Hampton Inn 8:00am – 10:00am, 3:00pm – 4:30pmThe Northern Lights Courtyard GB 8:30am – 10:00am, 7:00pm – 9:00pmHeart of America Courtyard JU 9:00am – 10:30am, 4:00pm – 5:30pmSound of Illinois Marriott Liberty 2:00pm – 4:00pmOne Voice Marriott Independence 6:00pm – 8:00pm, 10:00pm – 12:00pmMidwest Vocal Express Sheraton Liberty “D” 3:30pm – 6:00pmWestminster Marriott Independence 10:00pm – 12:00pmThe Big Orange Chorus Courtyard GB 10:00am – 11:30am, 4:30pm – 6:00pmSound of the Rockies Lowes Regency 4:00pm – 5:30pmCSD PEP RALLY Marriott GB 3:30pm – 4:30pmKC Metro Lowes 5:30pm – 7:30pmKC Metro Marriott GB 10:00pm – 11:30pmThe Alliance Courtyard GB 3:00pm – 4:30pmHells Kitchen Liberty Ballroom “A” 4:00pm – 7:00pm cs 14
  • 15. What’s going on today? FridayMarketplace & Lounge Convention Center 9:00am-9:30pmChorus Contest Session #1 Convention Center 10:00am - 2:00pmChorus Contest Session #2 Convention Center 4:00pm - 8:30pmAOH Rehearsal Marriott GB 12:15pm – 2:15pm, 5:00pm – 6:45pmMountaintown Singers Hampton Inn 8:30am – 9:45amNew Tradition Sheraton Liberty “A” 7:00am – 8:30amVocal Majority Loews Ballroom 7:30am – 10:30amSouthern Gateway Marriott Liberty 8:00am – 10:15amChorus of the Chesapeake Courtyard GB 8:00am – 11:00amThe Cottontown Chorus Sheraton Liberty “A” 8:45am – 10:00amPathfinder Chorus Sheraton Liberty “D” 8:45am – 11:00amMusic City Chorus Marriott GB 8:30am – 9:15am, 10:45am – 12:15pmCircle City Sound Sheraton Independence 10:00am – 12:30pmThe Big Apple Chorus Sheraton Liberty “A” 11:00am – 3:00pmThe Northern Lights Courtyard GB 11:00am – 1:00pmHeart of America Courtyard JU 8:30am – 10:00am, Pattern 4:11pm, On stage 5:07pmOne Voice Marriott Liberty 1:00pm – 2:00pmMidwest Vocal Express Sheraton Liberty “D” 2:30pm – 4:25pmWestminster Marriott Liberty 10:00am – TBD PMThe Big Orange Chorus Courtyard GB 1:00pm – 3:00pmKC Metro Marriott GB 3:00pm – 4:30pm, Pattern 6:21pm, On stage 7:17pmThe Alliance Hilton Garden Inn 12:30pm – TBD PMHells Kitchen Liberty Ballroom “A” 7:30am – 8:30am, 2:45pm – 4:55pm cs 15
  • 16. What’s going on today? SaturdaySleep in YOUR BED Wake up call – N/A Marketplace & Lounge Convention Center 10:00am-10:00pmSING WITH THE CHAMPS See Convention Program 9:00am-12:00pmMaster Class - Crossroads See Convention Program 11:00am - 11:50amMegaSing See Convention Program 12:30pm-1:00pmHarmony Foundation Presents, Show Convention Center 1:30pm - 3:30pm(Additional Charge)Quartet Finals (Pre-show) Convention Center 6:00pm-7:15pmQuartet Finals Convention Center 7:30pm-9:30pmChorditorium Convention Center 10:00pm-1:00am cs 16
  • 17. Philadelphia 2010 Schedule of Major Events * = Events included with your registrationTuesday, June 29 Society Board Meeting 8:30am-12:00pm AHSOW Room 9:00am-7:00pm Ladies Hospitality Room 9:00am-6:00pm Registration / Exhibits/ Ticket Sales 9:00am-6:00pm Marketplace & Lounge 9:00am-6:00pm Convention Office 9:00am-6:00pm *Harmony University Classes 10:00am - 4:00pm Affiliate Leaders Meeting 2:00pm - 4:00pm *Bank of America - Collegiate Barbershop Quartet Championship 6:00pm-10:00pm Quartet Order of Appearance Larry Ajer - Tuesday Night Party Following CBQCWednesday, June 30 AHSOW Room 9:00am-midnight Ladies Hospitality Room 9:00am-6:00pm Registration / Exhibits/ Ticket Sales 8:00am-6:00pm Marketplace / Lounge 9:00am-8:00pm Convention Office 9:00am-6:00pm *Quartet Quarterfinals Quartet Order of Appearance 10:00am-9:30pm *Dixieland Band 10:00pm cs 17
  • 18. Philadelphia 2010 Schedule of Major Events * = Events included with your registrationThursday, July 1 Ladies Breakfast 8:30am-10:00am *Good News! Gospel Sing 9:00am-10:30am PROBE Annual Meeting 8:45am-9:45am *Master Class - Ambassadors of Harmony 9:00am-9:50am Registration / Exhibits/ Ticket Sales 9:00am-6:00pm Marketplace / Lounge 9:00am-7:30pm Convention Office 9:00am-6:00pm AHSOW Room 9:00am-midnight Ladies Hospitality Room 12:00pm-6:00pm *Quartet Semifinals 11:00am-3:00pm World Harmony Dinner Show 4:30pm-6:30pm AIC Show 7:30pm-10:00pmFriday, July 2 Ladies Hospitality Room 9:00am-6:00pm Registration / Exhibits/ Ticket Sales 9:00am-6:00pm Marketplace & Lounge 9:00am-9:30pm Convention Office 9:00am-6:00pm Public Relations Office & Daily Bulletin 9:00am-6:00pm *Chorus Contest Session #1 Chorus Order of Appearance 10:00am - 2:00pm AHSOW Room 11:00am-midnight cs 18 *Chorus Contest Session #2 Chorus Order of Appearance 4:00pm - 8:30pm
  • 19. Philadelphia 2010 Schedule of Major Events * = Events included with your registrationSaturday, July 3 Registration / Ticket Sales 9:00am-1:00pm Marketplace & Lounge 10:00am-10:00pm Convention Office 9:00am-1:00pm SING WITH THE CHAMPS 9:00am-12:00pm AHSOW Room 11:00am-midnight *Master Class - Crossroads 11:00am - 11:50am *MegaSing 12:30pm-1:00pm Harmony Foundation Presents... Show 1:30pm - 3:30pm *Quartet Finals (Pre-show) 6:00pm-7:15pm *Quartet Finals 7:30pm-9:30pm *Chorditorium 10:00pm-1:00amSunday, July 4 *Church Service 9:00am-10:00am cs 19
  • 20. Central Standard Rehearsal Schedule7/1/10 (Thursday) 3:30pm – 4:30pm Marriott GB Salons G/H (This is the CSD Pep Rally. All 4 Choruses will sing, in addition to all the competing quartets, and possibly Vocal Spectrum)7/1/10 (Thursday) 5:30pm - 7:30pm Lowes Ballroom This rehearsal will be across the street at the Lowes Hotel, and will follow the CSD Pep Rally7/1/10 (Thursday) 10:00pm - 11:30pm Marriott GB7/2/10 (Friday) 3:00pm - 4:30pm Marriott GB cs 20
  • 21. Webcast InformationClick here to purchase the webcast!Pricing will be as follows:The AIC show is NOT included in any package and must be purchased separatelySuperband Video LIVE All Week - $99.00 (Includes Delayed Viewing through July 10!) DELAYED VIEWING All Week - $65.00 DELAYED VIEWING All Week - 2010 Int’l Competitor & Convention Attendees - $32.50Individual Sessions See Link for details (http://www.bhs-live.com/) The will be no webcast of the Harmony Foundation Presents...2010 Show Delayed viewing options will be available from Sunday July 4th through Saturday July 10th. cs 21
  • 22. 2010 International Collegiate Quartet Contest Order of Appearance Below is the order of appearance for what is going to be an amazing demonstration of musical talent and skill by the future of the Barbershop Harmony Society. This is definitely an event you don’t want to miss!Quartet Name District Quartet Name District1. Varsity SWD 16. Instant Classic CAR2. SnapShot! NED 17. 3MAAT AAMBS3. HHHHHHHHHHH EVG 18. Power House! SUN4. Lemon Squeezy SNOBS 19. Prestige JAD5. After Hours ILL 20. Phantom Fifth SWD6. Steel City Incline JAD 21. Tag Team CSD7. Young Guns PIO 22. Blend Tech NED8. Quiet Hours SLD 23. Spanglish SUN9. Pleasant Street SWD 24. Lake Effect SLD10. The Silver Staters FWD 25. Rendezvous ONT11. Rush Hour DIX 26. CounterPoint LOL12. Go Fish! SNOBS 27. Swedish Match SNOBS13. Level Up SWD 28. Next Stop MAD14. Lights Out RMD 29. Expedition LOL15. Monkey Magic BABS cs 22
  • 23. 2010 International Collegiate Quartet Contest “TOP 5” Your guess at the top 5 What the judges said ____________________ 1st Place ____________________ Tag Team! Tag Team! Tag Team! Tag Team! Tag Team! Tag Team! ____________________ 2nd Place ____________________ ____________________ 3rd Place ____________________ ____________________ 4th Place ____________________ ____________________ 5th Place ____________________ cs 23
  • 24. 2010 International Quartet Contest Order of Appearance1. The Vagrants FWD 18. Chameleon ONT 35. Monkey Magic BABS2. Crunch Time MAD 19. Expedition LOL 36. Musical Island Boys NZABS3. Masterpiece FWD 20. Blend Tech NED 37. The Party PIO4. 3 Men & A Melody CSD 21. High Definition CSD 38. The Real McCoy DIX5 . Evolution BABS 22. Fast Track EVG 39. The Edge FWD6 . Breakout SLD 23. Hot Air Buffoons JAD 40. Lunch Break DIX7. Vocality LOL 24. Steel BABS 41. Main Street Station LOL8. Voce LOL 25. Eureka! SWD 42. Off The Record ILL9. Lucky Day SUN 26. Zamboni Brothers DIX 43. Catcher Block FWD10. Storm Front RMD 27. 2nd Generation MAD 44. McPhly RMD11. Q-tones SNOBS 28. Forefront CAR 45. Ringmasters SNOBS12. ‘Round Midnight MAD 29. The PURSUIT SUN 46. Frank the Dog MAD13. Old School MAD 30. The Sting ONT 47. Maverick JAD14. The Allies JAD 31. Men In Black NED 48. Boiling Point RMD15. Heatwave CAR 32. Class Ring JAD 49. Skyline CSD16. Fortissimo SUN 33. TNS DIX 50. 65 South CAR17. A Mighty Wind DIX 34. Common Interest ONT 51. Let’s Sing! DIX cs 24
  • 25. 2010 International Quartet Contest “TOP 20” Order of Appearance Your Guess on the “TOP 20” Mike Testers: ____________________20 ____________________ 10 ____________________ 1 ____________________ 11 ____________________19 ____________________ 9 ____________________ 2 ____________________ 12 ____________________18 ____________________ 8 ____________________ 3 ____________________ 13 ____________________17 ____________________ 7 ____________________ 4 ____________________ 14 ____________________16 ____________________ 6 ____________________ 5 ____________________ 15 ____________________15 ____________________ 5 ____________________ 6 ____________________ 16 ____________________14 ____________________ 4 ____________________ 7 ____________________ 17 ____________________13 ____________________ 3 ____________________ 8 ____________________ 18 ____________________12 ____________________ 2 ____________________ 9 ____________________ 19 ____________________11 ____________________ 1 ____________________ 10 ____________________ 20 ____________________ cs 25
  • 26. 2010 International Quartet Contest “TOP 10” Order of Appearance Your Guess on the “TOP 10” Mike Testers: ____________________ 10 _____________________________ 1 ____________________________ 9 ______________________________ 2 ____________________________ 8 ______________________________ 3 ____________________________ 7 ______________________________ 4 ____________________________ 6 ______________________________ 5 ____________________________ 5 ______________________________ 6 ____________________________ 4 ______________________________ 7 ____________________________ 3 ______________________________ 8 ____________________________ 2 ______________________________ 9 ____________________________ 1 ______________________________ 10 ____________________________ Mike Testers: ___________________________ cs 26
  • 27. 2010 International Quartet Contest “TOP 5” Your guess at the top 5 What the judges said ____________________ 1st Place ____________________ SKYLINE! SKYLINE! SKYLINE! SKYLINE! SKYLINE! SKYLINE! ____________________ 2nd Place ____________________ ____________________ 3rd Place ____________________ ____________________ 4th Place ____________________ ____________________ 5th Place ____________________ cs 27
  • 28. 2010 International Chorus Contest Order of Appearance Mic Tester: Voices of Gotham MAD Session #1 10:00am – 2:00pm Session #2 4:00pm – 8:30pm1. Mountaintown Singers PIO 15. Northwest Vocal Project EVG2. Downeasters NED 16. The Big Apple Chorus MAD3. New Tradition ILL 17. The Vocal Agenda SLD4. The Vocal Majority SWD 18. The Northern Lights ONT5. Senate-Aires EVG 19. Heart of America CSD6. Southern Gateway JAD 20. Sound of Illinois ILL7. Alexandria Harmonizers MAD 21. One Voice SUN8. Chorus of Chesapeake MAD 22. Midwest Vocal Express LOL9. Cottontown Chorus BABS 23. The Westminster Chorus FWD10. The Pathfinder Chorus CSD 24. The Big Orange SUN11. Voices In Harmony FWD 25. Sound of The Rockies RMD12. Music City Chorus DIX 26. Central Standard CSD13. Brothers In Harmony MAD 27. The Alliance JAD14. Circle City Sound CAR cs 28
  • 29. 2010 Philly Chorus Competitors Qualifying Scores Chapter Name Chorus Name District 2p (1200) 3p (1800) On Stage Percentage1. Dallas Metro, TX The Vocal Majority *SWD 1708 107 94.9%2. Westminster, CA The Westminster Chorus *FWD 1109 56 92.4%3. Denver Mile High, CO Sound of The Rockies *RMD 1078 99 89.8%4. Gr Central Ohio, OH The Alliance *JAD 1598 50 88.8%5. Hilltop, MN Great Northern Union *LOL 1065 80 88.8%6. Bay Area, CA Voices In Harmony @FWD 1060 72 88.3%7. Toronto, ON The Northern Lights *ONT 1059 41 88.3%8. Alexandria, VA Alexandria Harmonizers *MAD 1575 80 87.5%9. W Hills Cincinnati, OH Southern Gateway @JAD 1525 73 84.7%10. Nashville, TN Music City Chorus *DIX 1007 57 83.9%11. W Washington, WA Northwest Vocal Proj. *EVG 1499 37 83.3%12. Greendale, WI Midwest Vocal Express @LOL 990 53 82.5%13. Gr Indianapolis, IN Circle City Sound *CAR 979 58 81.6%14. Metro KC, MO Central Standard *CSD 1467 32 81.5%15. Hamilton Square, NJ Brothers In Harmony @MAD 1461 53 81.2%16. Jacksonville Big O, FL The Big Orange *SUN 968 46 80.7%17. Fremont, NE Pathfinders @CSD 1446 85 80.3% cs 29
  • 30. 2010 Philly Chorus Competitors Qualifying Scores Chapter Name Chorus Name District 2p (1200) 3p (1800) On Stage Percentage18. Bloomington, IL Sound of Illinois *ILL 960 71 80.0%18. Dundalk, MD Chorus of Chesapeake @MAD 1440 100 80.0%20. Sarasota, FL One Voice @SUN 952 69 79.3%20. Kansas City, MO Heart of America @CSD 1428 81 79.3%22. Northbrook, IL New Tradition @ILL 950 48 79.2%22. Manhattan, NY The Big Apple Chorus @MAD 1425 57 79.2%24. Salem, OR Senate-Aires @EVG 1424 39 79.1%41. Mount Pleasant, MI Mountaintown Singers *PIO 901 34 75.1%43. Batavia, NY The Vocal Agenda *SLD 897 28 74.8%72. Portland, ME Downeasters *NED 1256 27 69.8%* = District Contest Champion@ = District Contest Wild Card Competitor cs 30
  • 31. Contest SitePhiladelphia Convention Center Link to the Convention Center cs 31
  • 32. Contest Site Chorus Pattern (Basement) cs 32
  • 33. Contest Site Chorus Pattern (Contest Floor) cs 33
  • 34. Contest SitePhiladelphia Convention Center cs 34
  • 35. Contest SitePhiladelphia Convention Center cs 35
  • 36. FAQWhat is the AIC? Association of International Champions. (Quartets)Where do I buy CD’s? The Harmony Marketplace, at the Convention Center.What is the Harmony Marketplace? The place where you can buy everything musical you can imagine.Where is the Harmony Marketplace? The Convention Center.When/where are Westminster, VM and HOA Rehearsing? Check the day by day schedules.Who do I call if I’m confused? If it is contest related, Chris Hecker.Where do we park? Not advisable. If you drive to Philly research commuter lots and take a can to the hotel. It is insanely expensive to park at the hotel. Up to $43/day.Where do we eat/drink/party? Check out the “Good eats and drinks” Section.How do I get from the Airport to the Hotel? Use the SEPTA. It’s the train that goes from the airport to the Hotel. It runs 7 days a week, departs every 30 minutes, at :09 and :39, first train at 5:09am, and last train at 12:09. You can check your schedule and purchase your tickets in advance at Septa link from Phl to Convention Center .What is SNOBS? An affiliate society called, Society of Nordic Barbershop Singers.Will there be busses to and from any hotel? The HQ Hotel, (Marriott) does not have busses. The busses are only for the competing chorus members as they enter the pattern. One way! The HQ Hotel is attached to the Convention Center.What is BABS? An affiliate society called, British Association of Barbershop Singers.What is NZABS? An affiliate society called, New Zealand Association of Barbershop Singers.Why does international cost so much? Good question.Why does it have to be on or around the Fourth of July holiday every year? Good question. Having something to do with a true American art form no doubt. cs 36
  • 37. FAQIs Jim Clancy retiring after this contest? YesPhiladelphia Contest to be Last Competition for Vocal Majority Director Jim ClancyWritten by Administrator Wednesday, 19 May 2010 07:16 Dallas, TX (May 18, 2010) --- After nearly forty years and an unprecedented eleven gold medals in international competition, Director Jim Clancy has decided tomake the 2010 Philadelphia performance his last international contest at the helm of the Vocal MajorityChorus®. He will continue as Musical Director and primary arranger, but will leave preparation and executionfor future contests to Jeff Oxley and the rest of his music staff.Formed in 1972, the Vocal Majority Chorus® won its first gold medal in the 1975 International competition inIndianapolis and is now preparing for competition in Philadelphia. When asked about the upcoming contest,Clancy says, “I’m very excited about our preparation for this upcoming international competition. I believe thatthe Vocal Majority Chorus® is singing better than ever, and I am honored to lead the men into competition onelast time before our wonderful family of barbershoppers.”The Board of Directors of the Vocal Majority asks that any questions and comments regarding thisannouncement be directed to:Todd RobertsPresident, Vocal Majority ChorusEmail: TR3336@aol.comTel: (214) 634-9555 cs 37