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|front: Roger Bosmoe
back l to r: Curt Larson, Duane Hall, Mark Bergland
Autumn Serenade, has been registered with the Barbershop Harmony Society for 5 years. Its beginning can be traced back to the formation of the Faculty Forum 20 years ago when four University of Wisconsin-River Falls faculty members performed in “The Music Man” at the St. Croix Valley Summer Theater.
Since that time, a number of personnel changes have occurred and the name Autumn Serenade has been adopted. Presently, two of the original members are singing in the quartet - the lead, Curt Larson, retired Physics Professor, and the baritone, Mark Bergland, Biology Professor. They are joined by Roger Bosmoe, retired Forest Lake Postmaster who sings tenor and Duane Hall, retired 3M Health Physicist who sings bass. All are members of the Croix Chordsmen Chorus.
Contact person: Curt Larson; phone: 715-425-5130 or Email
|l to r: Leonard Huls, Don Hettinga, Matt Hall, Derek Glenna|
|l to r: Duane Schuh, Cliff Turnbull, Loren Paulson, Jack True|
SummerTime, a Barbershop Quartet, was formed in the fall of 2007 to perform a Christmas program at a local nursing home; this is turning into an annual event, and leading to other Christmas season performances.
Since that start, they've participated in various civic, church and seasonal events including the Twin Cities' Strides for Stroke benefit walk, as well as in the Chorus Annual and Christmas shows. Their repertoire includes new and traditional music, fun songs, and tags sung in traditional barbershop harmony.
Members include Jack True at Baritone, Loren Paulson singing Bass, Duane Schuh - Tenor, and Cliff Turnbull as Lead.
Contact: Cliff Turnbull, 651-402-8271, or Email
|l to r: Chuck McKowan, Judd Orff (front), Lance Johnson, Jim Johannsen|
Turning Point is a barbershop quartet performing in the Twin Cities area and competing in the Land O' Lakes District of the Barbershop Harmony Society as a senior quartet. We thoroughly enjoy singing together, and sharing our love of music with an audience.
Contact: Judd Orff, 651-439-3108, or Email
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