Greater Richmond Chorus is proud to have the following quartets associated with our chorus. We endorse all of them as excellent singers and entertainers, suitable for any occasion...
3 Nice Girls
Had a bad day? Sing it away!
Stuck in traffic? Boss on your back? Too many birthdays? Plague of flying monkeys carried off your dog?
No worries! We are 3 Nice Girls Quartet and we have a song for that!
3 Nice Girls began singing together in Spring, 2017 and have had so much fun creating the lock and ring of barbershop harmony, we’re hoping to share our passion for singing together with you! We are all members of The Greater Richmond Chorus in Richmond, VA a chapter of Sweet Adelines International.
REV'L is a female barbershop quartet made up of four members of the Greater Richmond Chorus in Richmond, VA. REV'L was formed in December of 2014 and competed in their first Regional Contest in March 2015, winning 6th place. In 2017, they received 2nd place medals in the Region 14 Contest as well as the award for Most Improved Quartet!.
What’s the most satisfying part of pursuing an avocation? It’s the journey! And the four women of Vocal Odyssey are so glad they’ve embarked on their adventures in song!
Jean Roberts (tenor), Kathy Musselman (lead), Kathy Rector (baritone), and Jan Owen (bass) have sung together as a foursome since 2013. However, collectively they have over 90 years of experience singing in some 15 different a cappella quartets. All four are active members of the Greater Richmond Chorus. They love performing almost any time and any place, in the barbershop style.
We hope you’ll enjoy accompanying them, just for a while, on their ongoing Vocal Odyssey!
This foursome got together in October 2017 for a Whirlwind trip toward the 2018 Regional Competition. Phyllis (lead) and Jean (tenor) have sung together in two previous quartets and were excited when Cathi (bari) and Kris (bass) agreed to swirl along. Cathi has competed in quartets in Regions 4 and 17 while Kris, a long-time Sweet Adeline, is thrilled to finally compete for the first time in a quartet.