We are a fun-loving and dynamic chorus from throughout the Tidewater area. We love to spread the joy of mixed voice harmony music. As an a cappella group we sing a variety of musical styles such as Pop, SATB, barbershop and more without instrumental accompaniment.
September 25 - Verena at the Reserve (private performance)
October 15 - Williamsburg Regional Library OPEN TO THE PUBLIC 3 p.m.
October 30 - Williamsburg Landing (Private)
November 11 - Veteran's Day Ceremony OPEN TO THE PUBLIC 11:00 a.m.
December 2 - York County Public Library, OPEN TO THE PUBLIC 2:00 p.m.
Patty has nearly four decades of a cappella harmony, theatrical choreography and vocal skills experience. She has been involved in teaching voice, particularly the barbershop craft throughout North America and internationally in Canada, Russia and Italy.
"I'm at my happiest when I see others develop and use their talents. " Patty
We strive to be Williamsburg's premier a cappella organization for men and women.
To provide a platform through which women and men can develop their skills in a cappella harmony and, through performance, enrich the lives of the Williamsburg community.
We currently have openings for both men and women!
Weekly rehearsals on Monday evenings from 7 pm to 9:00PM Rehearsal Space: 4897 Longhill Rd, Williamsburg, VA . Call us before you plan to attend: 757-880-8432 - Patty.
Proof of COVID vaccination is required.
Memorize a specific piece of music and sing your part as a member of an SATB quartet. Auditions are expected approximately 4 - 6 weeks from your first visit.
The Williamsburg A Cappella Singers are available to sing for your community event, special occasion or just for the joy of song. Contact us for more information: firstname.lastname@example.org
While having a cappella experience is helpful, it is not necessary. Any kind of past choral or singing experience may benefit you in learning how to blend your voice with others. The ability to read music is helpful but enthusiasm for singing is the most important attribute.
Our director encourages a variety of musical ensembles. We have quartet opportunities and small group numbers in addition to full group pieces.
In many cases learning tracks are provided to assist in learning a voice part. You may also record at rehearsal to help yourself at home. Rehearsals provide time to review voice parts as a section and to hone interpretations of the music.
Many singers are surprised by how routine it becomes to learn a song and build a repertoire through practice and our weekly repetition at rehearsals. Don’t let fear keep you from trying.
Members support the Williamsburg A Cappella Singers through annual dues which are determined based on the year’s projected budget. Dues are payable each January and prorated for those who join at other times of the year.