Cape Cod’s Summer A Cappella Groups Join Forces

Cape Harmony and The Hyannis Sound perform joint show this Saturday
Cape Harmony and The Hyannis Sound will perform a joint show this Saturday in Chatham (Courtesy of the artists)

Cape Harmony, Cape Cod’s Professional All-Female A Cappella, has announced they will take the stage with the men of The Hyannis Sound in a joint show Saturday, July 29 at 7:00 PM. The fundraising concert, hosted by St. Christopher’s Episcopal Church in Chatham, will feature popular songs from both group’s summer repertoire; tunes ranging from classic oldies, to contemporary hits. Tickets can be purchased at the door for $20.00. 

Both Cape Harmony and The Hyannis Sound have traveled Cape Cod this summer performing for its residents and visitors. This Saturday’s show, however, will be the first and only time both groups will publicly perform for the same audience. “As a new member of The Hyannis Sound, I’m excited to be performing with another group that tours across Cape Cod during the summer” said Peter Vincent of The Hyannis Sound.

Catherine Doyle, who is back for her second summer with Cape Harmony mentioned, “It has been great getting to know the men of the Hyannis Sound as friends as well as musicians. I’m excited to share the stage with them and show Cape Cod how wonderful a cappella entertainment is.”

More information about the concert and St. Christopher’s Episcopal Church can be found at http://stchristopherschatham.org/. Please direct any questions or concerns to [email protected]. More information about Cape Harmony can be found at www.capeharmony.org


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