Come Join Us In Song
Why Join PGS
There are many benefits to joining the Princeton Garden Statesmen Acapella Chorus.
For one, it's a great way to meet new people and make lifelong friends. We're a very social group, coming from all walks of life. Members and their families often become close friends.
In addition, singing with PGS is a great way to improve your singing skills. Barbershop choruses are very demanding vocally, where members learn to sing in harmony with each other. This can help you to improve your vocal range, pitch, and tone.
Finally, singing wit PGS is a great way to relieve stress and have fun. Barbershop music is upbeat and lively, and singing in a chorus can be a great way to let loose and have fun.
What To Expect
Every week we get together and work on building our repertoire. We sing doo-wop, standards, holiday and traditional songs, in addition to barbershop-style music, all in four-part harmony.
You'll be welcomed by our members, and based on your voice, placed as either a Tenor, Lead, Baritone, or Bass. Our Guest Book will provide you with the sheet music for our repertoire. Don't read music? Not a problem. We also use learning tracks that will separate your part in one ear, while the other three parts are in the other. If you can carry a tune, you can jump right in.
Music is the leveling factor. You'll meet guys from all walks of life, some with musical background, and some who are there for the camaraderie and to learn a new hobby. You're guaranteed to get hooked, and want to come back weekly.
Where We Sing
Currently, you can find us just about every Tuesday evening starting at 7:30 pm to usually 9:30 pm at:
The Plainsboro Municipal Center
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We'd hate to have you come by and were not there because we are out performing. So it would be best if you contacted us and let us know you're coming.
Call Toll-Free at (888) 636-4449
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Come see what harmony can do for you. We encourage you to come and listen or join us on the risers. Drop in for a few moments, or stay for the whole rehearsal! As we like to sing "You're as welcome as the flowers in May".