The Miami Valley Music Men and our quartets are for hire. We would love to sing at your event. 

Contact us by phone (937-985-1720) or e-mail (MiamiValleyMusicMen@gmail.com)


  • August Events
    We are singing The National Anthem at the Dayton Dragons game on August 14th.  Please come on out to support your Dragons and hear The National Anthem in amazing barbershop style.

    On August 16th at 3p.m. we'll be performing a small set of songs from our upcoming annual concert and a mix of crowd favorites at the Fairborn Sweet Corn Festival.  Come for the festivities, stay for the songs!
    Posted by Daniel George
  • Sing Your “Part” Out!
    Are you a Lead, Bass, Tenor or Baritone? The Miami Valley Music Men will help you discover your part. Enjoy a performance, then harmonize with us!

    Kettering-Moraine Tuesday, 9/1, 6:30 p.m.
    Belmont Tuesday, 9/15, 6:30 p.m.
    Burkhardt Tuesday, 9/29, 6:30 p.m.
    East Tuesday, 10/13, 6:30 p.m.

    In our Dayton Metro Library sessions, we will first perform a few songs to familiarize attendees to our musical style. Then we will distribute sheet music and teach a simple barbershop song. First, everyone will sing the melody (called the “lead” part). Everyone who feels most comfortable there (by range or comfort) will continue to sing lead. Other parts will be introduced one by one, and participants can try out each one for range and comfort, resulting eventually in having everyone singing one of the four parts. The “lead” usually sings the melody, as indicated above. The “bass” provides the lowest voice and anchors the chords. The “tenor” sings above the lead, and the “baritone” gets whatever note is needed to finish the chord. Time and interest permitting, we may teach a second song, form quartets with participants, or perform more of our repertoire.

    Everyone attending will receive a coupon for discounted tickets to our upcoming show on October 24.

    Barbershop singing is open to men and women, adults and children. Traditional barbershop quartets are composed of men, but “Sweet Adeline” quartets and choruses are available for women, and some quartets employ mixed voices.
    Posted by Daniel George
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