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75th Anniversary Show Celebration
We had so much fun at our 75th Anniversary Show. We are grateful to our to the "My Three Sons" quartet from the Ditchfield Family Singers, our singers and their families, and to everyone who attended our show!
Enjoy these photos of the backstage preparations and the Afterglow celebration at The Meadows.
"Your Dreams Will Come True" was presented on Saturday, February 17, 2024, at 2:30 and 7 pm at Riverview Performing Arts Center.
Experience the exciting sounds of four-part acapella harmony by the Chorus and special guest quartet, “My Three Sons.” The quartet features father Stephen Ditchfield and sons David, Michael and Nate, all members of the highly acclaimed Ditchfield Family Singers.
Familiar and cherished songs from the Great American Songbook will be sung made famous by such artists as Bing Crosby, Peggy Lee, Judy Garland, and Ella Fitzgerald. The selection of songs include the music of composers Irving Berlin, Frank Loesser, Jerry Livingston, Alan Menken, Fats Waller and Mack David.
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Special guest quartet, "My Three Sons"
OUR 2023 ANNUAL SHOW
We proudly presented our 73rd Annual Show "Just Singin' A Song" on February 25 at Riverview Performing Arts Center in Sarasota. Guests enjoyed the exciting sound of four-part acapella harmony in barbershop style featuring The Chorus, our Quartets, and our special guests, International Quartet Champions, NIGHTLIFE. Thank you to everyone who made it such a special and memorable event!
Nightlife: Tenor, Rob Menaker; Lead, John Sasine; Baritone, Alan Gordon; and Bass, Brett Littlefield.
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.
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.