Always Looking for New Members!

Practices: Our rehearsals usually take place on Monday evenings at 6:30.  We  meet at Anderson School, 10040 Cottonwood Rd in the Summer and are currently meeting at Pilgrim Church 2118 S 3rd Ave.

For more information: email or call 406-209-5281.

Bridger Mountain Harmony, located in Bozeman, MT, welcomes you to their website. The chorus is a group of 18 women always looking for new members.

We enjoy singing 4-part a cappella harmony. Women from all walks of life come to rehearse every Monday night. The chorus performs locally, sometimes puts on an annual show, sings on the Men’s Chord Rustler shows, does Christmas performances, and sometimes competes, usually in Spokane, Washington in the spring.

Bridger Mountain Harmony chorus is a chapter of Sweet Adelines International, and yes, we love singing those barbershop chords. Our chorus is ready and waiting for you to come express your love for music, and to help mold our chorus to its highest potential.

This is your chance to contribute to our community; we sing at local events, assisted living locations, holiday gatherings, in shows, and more. We have coaching and educational seminars available for you and the chorus throughout the year. We need you! Regional competitions are in the spring of each year. Come have FUN! We practice in beautiful Bozeman, Montana, close to: Yellowstone Park, the Montana State University Bobcat games, skiing at Bridger Bowl and Big Sky ski resorts, miles of hiking trails and wildlife. In fact, the Sunset Magazine (Feb. issue) said Bozeman, MT was a WINNER: Best Place to “reboot your life.” We agree.

Women’s four-part a cappella barbershop harmony is an exciting and rewarding hobby. If you are interested in learning more about us, feel free to stop in for a rehearsal to see what all the excitement is about.

Barbershop harmony is produced by 4 parts:

  • tenor – sung above the lead; a light, sweet pure tone that will complement but not overpower the lead voice.
  • lead– the melody sung in the range between A below middle C, and C above middle C.
  • baritone – same range as lead but is sung above and below the lead.
  • bass – a rich, mellow voice; able to sing the E flat below middle C.

For more information, please contact us!