Learn about all five men’s and three women’s barbershop organizations in the San Antonio, Texas area.
Regional and National Affiliations
The Barbershop Harmony Society brings men together in harmony and fellowship to enrich lives through singing.
The Southwestern District of the BHS includes chapters in the states of Texas, Louisiana, Arkansas, Oklahoma and parts of New Mexico and Kansas.
Sweet Adelines International is a highly respected worldwide organization of women singers committed to advancing the musical art form of barbershop harmony through education and performance.
The British Association of Barbershop Singers is 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 is the only British Ladies Barbershop Association in the UK.
The Australian Barbershop community is vibrant collection of male singers from all over Australia, who gather together to sing tight, exciting four-part harmonies in quartets and in choruses.
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.
A vibrant organization of women of all ages, recognized for world-class singing in the barbershop style and promoting bonds of friendship.
An organization of barbershop societies around the world.
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.
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.
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.
The largest Dutch organization for female barbershoppers.
SNOBS is an association aiming to spread, develop and preserve Barbershop style in choruses and quartets throughout the Nordic countries.