Welcome to the Beaufort Harbormasters
We are a 501(c) (3) charitable organization that seeks to enrich our community with our talent and our treasure through singing barbershop style music.
Our chapter is an active sponsor of the music program (the Voices) at Beaufort High School, and our special charitable focus is on the work of the Alzheimer’s Foundation in Beaufort.
Use this site to learn about the history of the Harbormasters; gain knowledge of our parent organization, the Barbershop Harmony Society; and become acquainted with the barbershop style of music. We describe typical music activities we pursue and show the calendar of scheduled events. We provide a vehicle for contacting us to learn more about us, to visit rehearsal, or to request a performance.
February is a high point for all barbershoppers: the chance to surprise men and women in the area with “Singing Valentines”. Check that link for the 2016 Valentine details, and the Annual Show link for more information (and a chance to hear some barbershop singing you will find enjoyable.)
Like to sing?
We hope you will consider joining our organization. We will be happy to tell you more about us and provide an application for membership.
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The 2015 Annual Show was held on April 23rd at the USCB Performing Arts Center. A Mighty Wind was our guest quartet for the evening. They did a fantastic job both vocally as well as interacting with the audience. Take a few minutes to enjoy A Mighty Wind’s performance of…
American popular musical history of the past century is seasoned with the music of the barbershop quartet…in early recordings, minstrel and vaudeville shows, movies and on Broadway. No one knows for sure just when the first barbershop music was sung, who the singers were or even exactly how it got…
Recently, a quartet from the Beaufort Harbormasters called Tidal Fource wandered from floor to floor, room to room, entertaining both the sick and the givers of care at Beaufort Memorial Hospital by singing a variety of songs in barbershop style. Read more at: http://www.yourislandnews.com/barbershop-style-quartet-entertains-around-town/