If you're a man who enjoys singing and good fellowship, you're in the right place.
The Indianhead Chorus is made of about thirty singers, men from all walks of life - farmers, laywers, teachers, tradesmen, truck drivers...
Some of us have had some formal vocal training, some of us can't begin to read music. The two things we
all have in common is a love of singing, and the yen to make music with others - the desire to be
part of something bigger than ourselves.
We perform at a variety of functions throughout the year.
We sing at county fairs, provide music in the park, perform in concert and go caroling.
We also take two Sundays each summer to sing at a number of area church services.
We perform everywhere from Siren to Amery, and even across the river in Minnesota.
Several quartets are also active within the chorus.
For more than fifty years, our season has culminated with the annual Harvest of Harmony. This coming year, we perform on October 8th in Amery, WI.
We are the Polk-Burnett County chapter of the
Barbershop Harmony Society. While it is not our main emphasis, we usually take part in the
annual Society sponsored contest, and have placed in the Top Ten choruses at our District Competition.
Our rehearsal space is located in the lower level of the Government Center at Polk County
plaza. Find us at the North East corner of Hwy 46 and County Road I in Balsam Lake.
Please note: This is not the large tan complex to the south of the Highway. That's the jail. Our members come and go as we please. Our rehearsal facility is diagonally across the intersection.
We look forward to seeing you soon!
Thanks for visiting!