About Valley Forge Chorus
The award-winning Valley Forge Chorus ("VFC") has been entertaining audiences in the Delaware County for over 50 years with its high energy a cappella harmonies and stunning visual performances. VFC is a premier competing chorus which has honorably earned two international gold medals and numerous first place regional medals.
The Valley Forge Chorus combines thrilling harmonies with energetic choreography to create an unforgettable audience experience. Our inspirational repertoire includes show tunes, patriotic, and sacred music, along with gospel, pop, barbershop and jazz.
We thoroughly enjoy performing within the community and are availability to sing at your next upcoming function or event. For more information, please visit our "Hire Us" page.
In addition to sharing our music with others, another great passion of ours is learning more about the art of a cappella singing. Vocal instruction is a regular part of chorus rehearsals, and is a very important component of the chorus experience. A couple of times a year, we're coached by visiting Master Directors who demonstrate the art of four part harmonizing and teach us the fabulous tricks of the trade.
Each spring Valley Forge Chorus participates in the Region 19 chorus competition in Hershey, PA. Competitions are a special time for our quartets and chorus because we come together with others from our region to perform and gain valuable feedback from a panel of judges. The winners of the regional competition in both quartet and chorus categories get to travel to International Competition, which is held in the fall in a city selected each year. Click here to learn more.
Most choruses have a number of members who form vocal quartets in addition to singing with the chorus. The Valley Forge Chorus is currently home to two wonderful quartets of which we are extremely proud! See our Quartets page to learn more about them.
Valley Forge Chorus is a chapter of Sweet Adeline International. Sweet Adeline International is a worldwide organization of women singers committed to advancing the musical art form of barbershop harmony through education, competition and performance. This independent, nonprofit music education association is one of the world's largest singing organizations for women.
Members extend over five continents and belong to more than 500 choruses and 1,200 quartets. Sweet Adeline choruses and quartets sing exciting a cappella, four-part harmony music, barbershop style. The music includes special arrangements of today's ballads, classic songs, popular show tunes and mainstream music. Members say that singing the powerfully balanced sounds of barbershop harmony provides a rich, rewarding experience.