Quartets are four women singing lead, bass, tenor, and baritone. The joy of forming and making music together is visible in each of Atlanta Harmony Celebration's quartets.
The Wild Fermatas began in the fall of 2012, and have over 40 years of barbershop experience between them. All four are dedicated to their families, good music, good wine and the joy of a life well-lived. The members are (shown left to right): Suzanne Settles, baritone; Marie Ross, lead; Kim Johnston, bass; Kary Alicea, tenor. Obviously from their name, they are some fun and wild women!
Formed in late 2016, Something Good is comprised of (shown in the photo left to right) Sarai Velasquez Alarcon as tenor, Meg Westover as bass, Ellen Messer as lead, and Elie Alexander as baritone. Something Good competed in the past Area 6 Competition in April 2019 and won First Place in the Quartet competition and are getting ready for International Competition in November. These ladies have a blast singing together, and AHC loves watching this quartet perform!
AHC! is very excited about Tune In! These lovely ladies are (shown left to right) Karen Nomura, Deb Teal, Robin Parente-Clavijo, and Melody Price. Stay Tune(d) In to see what these ladies can do!