We are switching our rehearsal night from Tuesdays to Thursday nights. The rehearsals will still be held at The Radius Center, and are always open to guests. Visit our Sing With The Marcsmen page for more details.
Our friends at the Alamo Metro Chorus are pleased to announce their upcoming show, “Music Con – The Power of Music” on Saturday, November 5th at Holy Trinity Catholic Church in San Antonio. There will be two shows: a matinee at 3:00 pm and an evening show at 7:00 pm. Tickets are $20 for general admission and $15 for seniors and students.
For more information on what should be a fabulous show, click on the Music Con image to the right to see the entire show flyer, or visit www.alamometrochorus.org for more details on the show.
The Marcsmen are pleased to announce that we are partnering with The Playhouse of San Antonio to present All Is Calm, The Christmas Eve Truce of 1914. This show will run from December 2-19 at the Playhouse.
On Saturday, December 17th, there will be a special Double Feature, with All Is Calm followed by A Marcsmen Christmas with Vocal Spectrum. Click Here for more details on this exciting one-night event!
Tickets for the upcoming 2016 Marcsmen Mother’s Day Show, entitled Embrace, are now available. Click Here to reserve your seats today!
We’ve posted a new video that answers a question that we commonly hear from our audiences: How did the Marcsmen get their name and what’s with the unique spelling?
Most people don’t know that there’s actually a geographical connection to the spelling of the name, The Marcsmen. The image shown here is from the 2008 Barbershop Harmony Society’s inaugural Youth Chorus competition, which the Marcsmen won. The group was formed for that competition, but they had so much fun that they wanted to continue as a full-fledged chapter of the Barbershop Harmony Society.
Watch the video to learn all about how the name and unique spelling originated.