Cape Shore Chorus
The Cape Shore Chorus represents a group of women from all walks of life who share a joy for learning and performing barbershop music. The chorus strives to create a warm, fun and positive atmosphere where we can improve our vocal skills while always remaining energetic and supportive of one another. Through education and entertaining performances, the Cape Shore Chorus promotes the musical art form of Barbershop Harmony – a uniquely American folk art!
Cape Shore Chorus was founded in 1988 when three former Sweet Adelines moved to Cape May County and decided to form a local chapter. It took about a year and a half to build the required membership to at least 20 members in order to become an “official” chapter and perform publicly as a “Sweet Adelines Chorus”. The chorus regularly performs throughout Cape May County as well as several other venues in Atlantic and Cumberland Counties. Annual appearances include performances at Cape May Convention Hall, Wildwood, the Ocean City Boardwalk, Cape May Court House Harvest Fest and Christmas in Court House, the Ocean City Music Pier, and the County 4-H Fair among others.