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[ Feb 3, 2015—Sarasota, Fla.] Once again this year, the Sarasota Chorus of the Keys will be delivering Singing Valentines throughout the Sarasota and Bradenton area on Feb 13 and Feb. 14. The Chorus will send a barbershop quartet to your home or office at a time you designate; there they will deliver a card, a rose, and then they will sing two love songs to your valentine.
“This is probably one of our favorite activities,” said Bob Amer, Marketing Director of the Chorus. ”The expressions on the faces of the singing valentine recipients are absolutely priceless. They love receiving a singing valentine. It means a lot to them.”
Singing Valentine quartets will go practically anywhere to deliver this special treat. They have sung to loved ones in beauty salons, fitness centers, pools, dentist offices – wherever the loved one may be.
Singing Valentines can be ordered by calling either Dave Richards at 941-371-6644, or by email at: firstname.lastname@example.org. Cost is only $40 during the day, and $50 after 5:00 PM. Information is also available at www.chorusofthekeys.com.
The Chorus of the Keys can also be seen during the upcoming Annual Show at 2:30 and 7p.m. on Sat., Feb. 21 at the Riverview Performing Arts Center (1 Ram Way, Sarasota). Tickets are $20-$35 and are available online at www.chorusofthekeys.org or by calling 941-685-19599.
ABOUT THE CHORUS OF THE KEYS
The Sarasota Chorus of the Keys is the oldest continuous arts group in Sarasota with a more than 60-year history and 60 members and recently won the Most Improved Chorus award in a state-wide competition. Members of the Barbershop Harmony Society, the Sarasota chapter was formed in 1949 by John Whelan, a visiting businessman with a desire to advance and preserve the truly American style of music that is the barbershop quartet. The Chorus carries out this mission today by striving for musical excellence and performing frequently for the broadest possible spectrum of Southwest Florida audiences.
After winning the Florida State Championship in 2004 and 2009, they are one of the top choruses in the state. They are also committed to contributing to the cultural development of the community through responsible public service and providing charitable support to benefit music educators and young people participating in those programs.