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  • Restarting
  •  Date Posted: Tue, Feb 1 2022

    The venue for our first rehearsal of 2022 will be the Comanche Wells Community Center, 775 W Roger Road on Monday, February 14th, 5-7PM.  Please relearn the four songs chosen by the Music/Performance Team (see below) and, because it is Valentines Day, go over our Singing Valentines songs "Let Me Call You Sweetheart" and "Heart of My Heart".  If the weather is good we may stroll around the neighborhood singing after rehearsal.  It is bring-your-own-food-and-drink; the kitchen will not be open.

    VP of Music Ken Sylvia hosted a meeting of the Music/Performance Team on Jan 20 to discuss plans for reopening the Chapter.  Those members who wish to participate are asked to review the following four songs, using the learning tracks on our website and their own files.  New singers should contact Frank Hartline for gaining access to sheet music and learning tracks.

    Swing Down Chariot
    America the Beautiful

  • Singing Valentines
  •  Date Posted: Tue, Feb 9 2021

    Virtual Singing Valentines will be availabloe to email to your special someone this Sunday March 14th,  Conract Director Luke Diamond is you would like one emailed to you.  Men wanting to sing with us for our Sprimg Show can join us Mondays at 6PM via Zoom.
  • Our first virtual tag!
  •  Date Posted: Sat, Nov 14 2020
    Check out our first tag as a virtual chorus! We are so proud of our members for making this possible. Stayed tuned for more videos from our ensemble.

    If you would like to join us for our upcoming virtual chorus projects, email our director, Luke Diamond, at
  • TSC Names New Director
  •  Date Posted: Thu, Dec 26 2019
    TSC Names New Director
    New TBX Director Luke Diamond.
    December 2019

    The Tucson Barbershop eXperience Men's Chorus has announced a new Director for its performing chorus:  
    Luke Diamond, currently pursuing a Master's Degree in Choral Conducting at the University of Arizona.  
    Luke is also directing UA's Bass Glee and is the assistant director of the University's Coro Ensemble, 
    as well as serving as the Musical Director for Christ Presbyterian Church.  "I am very excited to work 
    with the barbershop chorus", said Luke , "as they begin their 73rd year of performing a Capella music 
    in the barbershop style for the Tucson community".

    Before moving to Tucson, AZ, Diamond completed a Bachelor of Music in Vocal performance from 
    West Virginia University and taught choir, band and drama at Trinity Christian School for preschool 
    through 12 th grades.

    During his weekends, he enjoys serving as the accompanist for the  Murder, Magic and Mystery Dinner 
    Theatre. When not conducting, Diamond spends time composing. His works include the Opera  Ma GrĂ¢ce te Suffit, 
    and the musicals  What Have You Got to Lose,  The Trouble with Gold, and  This Ol’ Book.
  • Rehearsals resume on Monday, August 5, 2019 at the Tucson Jewish Community Center, 3800 E River Rd.
  •  Date Posted: Tue, Jan 29 2019
    Rehearsals will resume on Monday, August 5, 2019 at 6:30 pm.
    The address is 3800 E River Rd. Tucson, 85718
  • Mike Vo named 2018 Barbershopper of the Year
  •  Date Posted: Fri, Jan 25 2019
    Mike Vo named 2018 Barbershopper of the Year

    Director Mike Vo was awarded 2018 Barbershopper of the Year honors at the annual Chapter banquet January 13th.  Mike was selected unanimously by previous BOTY winners that are still active in the Chapter.  The award goes to that person in the Chapter that contributes most to the success of the organization.  He stepped up to direct the chorus, attend Harmony University Director College, and write the scripts for both our Christmas and 2019 Annual Shows.  He was instrumental in getting rehearsal space in St Demetrios Church - significantly reducing costs to the chapter.  Congratulations Mike.
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