In addition to an annual concert, the Santa Fe Harmonizers traditionally have done several “sing-outs” during the year. These involve quartets and/or VLQs (very large quartets, more than four singers but much less than the full chorus) performing a few songs. We’ve sung at nursing homes, senior living facilities, and shopping malls during the spring and winter holiday seasons. We’ve sung the national anthem (and sometimes one more patriotic song) before Santa Fe Fuego baseball games (see our Chorus Videos webpage) and at the opening ceremony of the Alzheimer’s Walk. We’ve also done singing Valentines as a fundraiser for our chapter, and in the past some Harmonizers helped out at community events.

Four men wearing their Harmonizers chapter shirts, helping to serve food at a community event.
Harmonizers concession stand at a local event in the late 1980s
Members of the Harmonizers helped at a concession stand during an air show at Santa Fe Airport.
Men in white shirts, red cummerbunds, and red bow ties singing.
The Harmonizers got all dressed up for this Christmas sing-out.
Group of 10 men singing to a person in a nursing home.
Harmonizers' community outreach includes sing-outs like this visit to a Santa Fe nursing home.
A group of 4 men and 2 women sing to another woman.
Harmonizers delivered a singing Valentine to this downtown shop owner in 2019.
Men and women singing at a Christmas event
Harmonizers performed for residents at The Montecito senior living in December 2019.