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We proudly present our 73rd Annual Show "Just Singin' A Song." Enjoy the exciting sound of four-part acapella harmony in barbershop style and more featuring The Chorus, our Quartets, and our special guests this year, International Quartet Champions NIGHTLIFE. We’ll be singing lots of favorites, with plenty of love and laughter. It’s a show you won’t want to miss!  

SATURDAY, FEB. 25, 2023 AT 2:30 PM
RIVERVIEW PERFORMING ARTS CENTER, 1 RAM WAY, SARASOTA

This year, tickets are open seating, first come - first served. Tickets are available online until Feb. 25 at 11 am, and then they will be sold at the door. The doors open at 1:30 pm, and we will have your names on a list for checking in. We can't wait to see you!
Front Orchestra: $35

General Seating or Wheelchair Accessible: $30

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Nightlife is: Tenor, Rob Menaker; Lead, John Sasine; Baritone, Alan Gordon; and Bass, Brett Littlefield. 

 

From Southern California, Nightlife is only the second quartet in barbershop singing history to win gold medals as both international quartet champions and as members of the winning barbershop chorus on the same day! 

Nightlife first got together in November 1990, and in the International competitions that followed, the quartet quickly achieved success, winning two bronze medals and a silver. But, in July 1996, Nightlife reached the pinnacle of success by being declared the new International Quartet Champion!

Nightlife has performed throughout the country, and has sung for such celebrities as Dick Van Dyke, Bill Hanna of Hanna-Barbera, Ted Turner, and Jane Fonda.  

OUR 2022 ANNUAL SHOW

The 2022 Annual Show (Together Again) was held on 26 Feb, 2022, at Riverview Performing Arts Center. The shows were at 2:30 PM and 7 PM. Our special guest quartet was the 2006 International Champion 
Vocal Spectrum. The show was an outstanding success.
 
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The Chorus of The Keys presents a major show each spring at a large venue. For several years, this has been The Riverview Performing Arts Center in Southern Sarasota, an 1100 seat auditorium. The Chorus will typically sing a variety of entertaining songs including up-tunes, pop favorites, songs from Broadway and the movies - as well as rousing patriotic sets. 

The Chorus also shows off a couple of its own quartets and the Headline of the show is often an International Gold Medal Quartet.

          

Here are a few of our past Headliners - and links to their websites.

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