The Alexandria Harmonizers is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization established with the mission to "Enrich Lives Through Harmony".
One of the world's preeminent men’s a cappella choruses, for over 60 years the Alexandria Harmonizers have been electrifying audiences with tight harmonies and high-energy choreography. With nearly 100 men, from ages 18 to 81, their renowned "wall of sound" has led to numerous prestige performances and 17 international competition medals, including four world championships.
Over the past six decades, the Harmonizers have performed throughout North America at many prestigious venues and affairs including the White House, the U.S. Supreme Court, Carnegie Hall, Disneyland, Kennedy Center, National Vietnam Memorial, the National Cherry Blossom Parade, National Building Museum, Constitution Hall, RFK Stadium, Nationals Park, Camden Yards, Wolf Trap, the Superdome in New Orleans, the Saddledome in Calgary, the Cow Palace in San Francisco, the Forbidden Palace in Beijing and the Great Wall of China. The U.S. State Department has asked the Harmonizers to be the United States' choral representative at the 75th Anniversary Celebration of the Invasion of Normandy in France in 2014.
In additional to its active choral performance schedule, the Harmonizers provides a home for numerous quartets and ensembles, donates free performances to its hometown of Alexandria, and runs a vibrant youth outreach program that includes its annual Youth Harmony Festival and "No Borders" youth concert at NYC's Carnegie Hall.
The Alexandria Harmonizers is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization established with the mission to "Enrich Lives Through Harmony". Members of the performing chorus are accepted through a formal membership program and audition process.