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Hunterdon Harmonizers offer free singing lessons

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The Hunterdon Harmonizers, an all-male a cappella singing group, will offer free singing lessons on Tuesday evenings in Flemington, N.J., April 30 through June 4.

Called “Ready, Set, Sing,” this series of six lessons is open to all males of high school age and beyond. The program begins at 7:30 p.m. and will be held at the Stangl Pottery Museum, 2 Stangl Road, Flemington.

“It is a great opportunity to learn,” said Dennis McKevitt, vice president of membership. The program will motivate singers to sing better and offer information about the benefits of singing and specific training exercises to enhance vocal production, he added. Participants will also gain confidence singing in any venue, “and we’ll all learn a new song in four-part a cappella harmony.”

Following each class, participants may remain for a portion of the Harmonizers regular rehearsals to enjoy the warm camaraderie the Harmonizers offer as they rehearse on a weekly basis. Numerous graduates of past free singing programs have joined the Harmonizers and are now successful barbershop performers.

With its mission to connect people and enrich lives through singing, the Hunterdon Harmonizers actively perform in community and private events throughout Central New Jersey and neighboring Pennsylvania, and welcome men of all ages who share a love of music and service.

Visit njharmonizers.org, call 908-806-6683, or drop by on April 30.

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