We, the members of the Berkshire Hills Chorus, lift our voices to express our solidarity with those working to rectify the damages to Black lives and the lives of people of color caused by systemic racial inequalities. We acknowledge and regret that, although our craft of barbershop harmony is rooted in African American culture, Sweet…
We are currently holding rehearsals every 2nd Tuesday via Zoom. We are in the midst of planning for the upcoming months. Stay tuned!!
We’re happy to have the chance to share our love of music and harmony at BCC, and to talk about the history of barbershop music. Find out more about BCC forums here at: BCC forum events.
The Berkshire Hills Chorus sang as part of the Four Freedoms events at the Colonial Theater on January 12. BHC rehearses each Tuesday night at 6:30 p,m. in the Berkshire Bank building in Pittsfeild. Come check us out. For information about visiting or becoming a member, call Marcy Cohen at (413) 446-3536).
We’d like to thank all those who made our 50th anniversary a night to remember – our 350+ fans, who purchased tickets and came to see us; our sponsors, who purchased ads in our program; and those who donated goods for our raffle. We hope you enjoyed this memorable occasion as much as we did!
Here’s a photo of us as we prepared to perform at Tanglewood’s new Linde Center, on Friday, July 12.
Are you interested in maintaining your vocal skills over the summer? Join any of our our weekly 6:00pm -9:00pm Tuesday rehearsals for FREE this Spring and Summer – beginning May 21, 2019 – and learn some fun new music and skills! A few of the new songs we are now learning are: Happy, Let Me Be There, Hooked on a Feeling,…
Mark your calendar now for Berkshire Hills Chorus’ 50th anniversary show! Saturday, September 14, 2019 at the Boyd-Quinson Mainstage in Pittsfield, Mass. Stay tuned for more info, coming soon.
Our fall show at the Spectrum Theater in Lee was a big success. A huge thank you to all our sponsors, friends and family who attended and assistants.
Outside of rehearsal time, we sometimes find other ways to socialize – here are a few of the group (and a guest) kayaking on Onota Lake.