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SCV Men of Harmony Valentine’s Day Serenades Returns in February

| Entertainment | January 18, 2019

With Valentine’s Day on the horizon, it’s a good time to appreciate the sound of a cappella music. This community is lucky enough to have the Santa Clarita Valley Men of Harmony available for serenades and entertainment.

This group of musical men has brought their talents to Santa Clarita for more than 40 years. “We love to present the unaccompanied human voice, singing from the heart,” said Men of Harmony historian, David Norman. “Our focus is on great singing with a variety of musical styles including barbershop harmony, doo-wop, swing era jazz, Tin Pan Alley musicals, and classic pop tunes in the mix. This music can take you back to the good old days of our youth and the first time we fell in love.”

The Santa Clarita Valley Men’s Barbershop singers are a nonprofit, charitable, educational, fraternal organization, founded in 1974. Each year the group performs numerous times in this and other nearby communities. Once a year, the group produces a big show at the Santa Clarita Valley Senior Center in Newhall. At this time of year, the SCV Men of Harmony provide their famous Valentine’s Day Serenades to the community.

Send your love across town through a Valentine’s Day Serenade by a Santa Clarita Men of Harmony Quartet. They will go to a home or workplace on Thurs., February 14 at some point between 8 a.m. and 8 p.m. for $50. If you need them to arrive at a specific time, the cost is $60. They accept many forms of payment, including PayPal.

Each serenade comes with a flower gift. To order a Singing Valentine from the Men of Harmony, call 661-575-5875 or visit SCMenofHarmony.com.

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