Harmony, Inc: www.harmonyinc.org Harmony Inc. is a non-profit organization throughout North America, whose purpose is to empower all women through education, friendship and singing in the barbershop style. The Liberty Belles chorus is a proud chapter of Area 3. Please see below to find a chapter in your region.
Area 1: www.harmonyarea1.ca Quebec. New Brunswick, Nova Scotia. Newfoundland, Labrador and Prince Edward Island
Area 2: www.area2harmony.org Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, and Vermont, plus Montreal City Voices chapter
Area 3: www.area3harmony.org Delaware, Maryland, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Virginia, and West Virginia
Area 4: www.hiarea4.com Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kentucky, Michigan, Missouri, Ohio and Wisconsin, plus California Note Catchers chapter in San Diego
The Key Note: www.harmonyinc.org/the-keynote/ Celebrating the accomplishments of our members and our sisterhood in song, Harmony, Incorporated publishes The Key-Note twice a year.
Worldwide Barbershop Organizations
Barbershop Harmony Society: www.barbershop.org/ Formerly the Society for the Preservation and Encouragement of Barbershop Quartet Singing in America (SPEBSQSA), an all male organization of barbershop singers in North American. As of 2018 they now include both men and women.
Sweet Adelines: sweetadelines.com A vibrant organization of women of all ages, recognized for world-class singing in the barbershop style and promoting bonds of friendship. Primarily includes North America but also extends into various countries around the globe.
World Harmony Council: worldbarbershop.org Organizations such as Harmony Inc., Barbershop Harmony Society, and Sweet Adelines are part of the World Harmony Council.
BABS - British Association of Barbershop Singers: www.singbarbershop.com A registered charity whose aim is to promote the education of people of any age in the enjoyment of Harmony Singing in the Barbershop Style.
LABBS - Ladies Association of British Barbershop Singers: www.labbs.org.uk The only British organisation for female barbershop singers.
BHA - Barbershop Harmony Australia: www.barbershop.org.au A community of male singers from all over Australia who gather together to sing tight, exciting four-part harmonies in quartets and in choruses.
BHNZ - Barbershop Harmony New Zealand: www.barbershopharmony.nz All over New Zealand there are men enjoying singing in the barbershop style. They meet as quartets or as choruses and love to sing with each other and to entertain the public of new Zealand.
Scotland's Harmony Junction: harmonyjunction.co.uk Once a year since 1997 the five Barbershop Choruses in Scotland have met to celebrate the hobby of Barbershop Harmony and they called it Scotland's Harmony Junction.
BinG! - Barbershop in Germany: www.barbershop.de/en/Home Since BinG! was founded in 1991, many new barbershop choruses and quartets have come into being in Germany, creating their wonderful sounds on the stage with animated enjoyment.
Holland Harmony/Dutch Association of Barbershop Singers: www.hollandharmony.dse.nl In 2014, the Dutch Association of Barbershop Singers (DABS) joined together with Holland Harmony. The goal of the Holland Harmony Foundation is to promote, encourage and sustain barbershop choirs and quartets, for men and women.
FABS - Finnish Association of Barbershop Singers: www.fabs.fi FABS was founded in 2004 to promote and support barbershop in Finland. The aim is to increase interest in 4-part a cappella singing among juniors as well as seniors who have singing as their hobby.
IABS - Irish Association of Barbershop Singers: www.irishbarbershop.com IABS is an organization which supports and promotes the tradition of barbershop singing in Ireland.
SABS - Spanish Association of Barbershop Singers: www.sabs.es/cm2/ The Spanish Association of Barbershop Singers is committed to encouraging barbershop singing through Spain, Portugal and the Canary Islands.
SNOBS – The Society of Nordic Barbershop Singers: www.snobs.org A Nordic organization whose purpose is to spread, develop and preserve the barbershop music style within choruses and quartets. SNOBS annually organizes a convention including contests for choruses and quartets.