The ladies of High Desert Harmony had a great time at our annual Artown show on July 8, 2019. This year the show was held at Reno's historic First United Methodist Church in downtown Reno to an enthusiastic full house. Joining the chorus were three of our quartets: Free Range, Ransom Notes and Serafina.
Our July calendar is full of other Artown activities, including singing the National Anthem at the Chamber of Commerce Biz Ball Championship game; participating in Discover the Arts; and performing at the Reno-Tahoe International Airport. We love Artown!
High Desert Holidays
Mon, Dec 10 2018
High Desert Harmony celebrated the holiday season in grand style on Dec. 10, 2018 with "High Desert Holidays," at McKinley Arts & Culture Center in Reno. We were thrilled to have a sellout crowd on hand to enjoy our traditional holiday favorites, as well as the enthusiastic musical offerings of Reno High School's women's chorus and Echo Loder Elementary School's honor choir.
High Desert Harmony was joined for three songs by our first-ever Holiday Guest Chorus -- 14 ladies from the community who rehearsed with us for five weeks prior to the show to get a taste of the fun and excitement of barbershop music. It was wonderful having these enthusiastic ladies on stage with us and we hope they'll be back for more in the New Year!
Mon, Jul 30 2018
Every July, Reno becomes Artown, and High Desert Harmony was thrilled to take part in this annual event once again. On July 30th, we presented an old-time radio show, complete with an emcee, funny commercials, call-in requests, light-up applause sign, and radio jingles. Our “Friends & Family” show was July 23rd, and both nights had big audiences and thunderous applause (thanks in part to that applause sign)! Our newest quartet, Sierra Sirens, debuted on July 30th, with Amy Fleming (tenor), Alana Ridge (lead), Jenny Carr (baritone), and Daria Tavoularis (bass).
Midtown Art Walk
Thu, Jun 28 2018
High Desert Harmony performed at the Midtown Art Walk on Thursday, June 28 at 6 pm. We were at Mountain Music Parlor, 735 Center Street in Reno. It was so much fun.