Indianhead Chorus in Concert

The Indianhead Chorus is a fraternity of men drawn together by a love of singing, performing, and promoting four-part close a cappella harmony music known as barbershop.











2018 Harvest of Harmony

The annual October show is just around the corner. Don't miss out! We welcome 2009 International Champions Crossroads quartet and current district champs, The Border Project. More details are here.

Sing With Us!

at rehearsal

You love to sing! You sing in the car and you sing in the shower. You sing as you're mowing the lawn. Why not sing with other men who do the same? Guests are always welcome on Monday evenings, at the Polk County Government center in Balsam Lake, WI. Find us on the top floor in the East Conference Room, 7:00-9:00 PM. Surprise us with a visit! We'll keep an ear out for you.
(But check this site or our Facebook page for updates about cancellations for inclement weather, etc.)

Indianhead Chorus 2008 Show Here, you see the Chorus on the risers, ready to go on their 50th anniversary show in 2008. You could be part of that picture for the 60th anniversary show in October 2018. Click here to find out how!


















Thank You!

You turned out in droves to our gospel concert, and we raised over $500 for local food shelves. Thanks also to our guests - Summer Time Quartet, Solid Rock Quartet and Higher Vision. Next year will be even better!











Youth In Harmony a Success!

YIH Logo On January 27, 2018, The Indianhead Chorus, the Croix Chordsmen, the Vallee de Croix Chorus and local teachers hosted a Youth in Harmony Festival at the Amery High School. With about 100 students on stage, two great guest quartets and two fine clinicians, it was a great success. Find more details at the festival's website . We are grateful as well for our sponsors and our audience. Thank you for sharing the music with these wonderful young men and women!


Indianhead Chorus Welcomes New Director

We're pleased to announce that as of October 2017, Karl Wicklund has stepped into the role of chorus Music Director. Having spent the past dozen years work as assistant to longtime director Steve Swenson, Karl took over the role on Steve's retirement after the 2017 Harvest of Harmony. Steve helped this chorus make great leaps and we're sure Karl will keep us on the path of music, fun and fellowship. Thanks Karl!

Read a tribute to retired director Steve Swenson here.


Barbershopper of the Year, 2018

Jon, Barbershopper of the Year, Awards Night 2018
Congratulations to Jon Buss, the Indianhead Chorus Barbershopper of the Year! This award is given for quartet activity, chorus leadership, and esprit de corp, and general barbershopping excellence. Thank you, Jon! We wouldn't be the group we are without you.











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