The Southeast Museum is excited to present a concert by the Mad Hatters Chorus on Sunday August 13 at 1:00PM. Enjoy music sang in the a capella chorus style at this free concert.
This special concert is part of the museum’s Centennial Look Back series. The series includes exhibits on America’s entrance into WWI (1917) and NYS Women Receiving the Vote (1917). The concert will bring to life the music style of that era with contemporary songs.
The Mad Hatter Chorus is a nonprofit fraternal organization affiliated with the worldwide, 30,000-member Barbershop Harmony Society. Based in Danbury, Connecticut (once the world’s leading hat-manufacturing center), the Hatters have been singing since 1966. The Mad Hatters are a 30-man a capella chorus singing songs in the barbershop and other styles. Their focus is on impressive singing and spreading the joy of harmony. They are a 3-time Small Chorus Champion for the Yankee Division AND the North East District.
Admission is free. Special thanks to our program sponsor NYSEG. This project is made possible, in part, through the Putnam Arts Council's Arts Link Grant Program, with public funds from Putnam County.