Looking Back on the Sept. 7th 2021 Hybrid Chapter Meeting
(For historians sake, there was no meeting on Aug. 31st so the chapter member could have a summer break.)
(Thanks to Jerry Jayjohn for taking noes this week for YeEd!)
We had about 30 guys in attendance. Associate director Tony Colosimo did a warm up outside for about 20 minutes. Then we went into 30-minute sectionals to review “White Christmas” and “Carol of the Bells.”
Then back outside. There was no business other than artistic director Joe Cerutti introducing us to Donnell Torreswho has moved here from Florida where he was active in the Sunshine District. He is joining the Harmonizer Chapter.
We then reviewed “Carol of the Bells” and “ White Christmas” as a group. Plus we reviewed “There Must Be a City” for Sandy Stamps’ celebration of life in October.
Following that, the tenors and leads worked with Joe, and the basses and baritones worked with Tony to work on some spots for both holiday tunes.
About ten members attended via a Zoom link. The sectionals were broadcast over Facebook. The chapter is working on a new plan to adhere to CDC guidelines – two groups of 25 singers are invited each week and there will be movement from rehearsal spaces every 30 minutes. The next few weeks, the meeting spaces will all be at Scottish Rite and there won’t be a need for being outside.
Our next Harmonizer Tuesday meeting will be at 7 pm on Sept. 14th, 2021 at Scottish Rite Temple on Braddock Rd. in Alexandria and will be a hybrid meeting again.
Until next time – editorjack!
(This message is prepared for your review if you were there, for your information if you had to miss, and as a historical record for the great things going on each week during the 73rd year of the Alexandria Harmonizer Chapter. - YeEd)