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.

Harvest of Harmony, a success!

Thanks to everyone who came our to make this show such a wonderful time. Thanks especially to A Mighty Wind and Ruckus for joining us on stage.
And again, congratulations to the winners of our annual Choral Grant program, Luck High School Choir. We were glad to have you here! Keep up the good work.

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 to join us on Monday evenings.

Now that the fall show is over, we'll be back rehearsing at the Polk County Government center in Balsam Lake, WI. Surprise us with a visit! Click here for more information! We'll keep an ear out for you.

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

Barbershopper of the Year, 2017

Alan, Barbershopper of the Year, Awards Night 2017
Congratulations to Alan Salmela, 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, Alan! We wouldn't be the group we are without you.

Youth In Harmony

YIH Logo On January 28, 2017, 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. The official count was 173 students from over a dozen schools. Find more details at the festival's website or facebook page. They're already looking ahead to next year!

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