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Old-Fashioned Romance: Barbershop Quartets Deliver Singing Valentines Feb. 14

The Upside Downers are one of the quartets delivering singing valentines this Feb. 14. (Photo Courtesy of Chorus of DuPage)
The Upside Downers are one of the quartets delivering singing valentines this Feb. 14. (Photo Courtesy of Chorus of DuPage)

What could be more romantic or memorable than to have a quartet of four men appearing at the front door of your home or in your place of work to sing a love song to you on Valentine’s Day? 

That is what members of the Chorus of DuPage, a local men’s barbershop chorus, will do this Valentine’s Day.  They will say, “I love you,” in song and hope to leave lucky recipients speechless. 

On Friday, Feb. 14, several barbershop quartets will fan out across Chicago’s western suburbs to deliver singing valentines to sweethearts, special friends, clients or customers. The quartet’s songs will ring out in offices, restaurants, schools and homes throughout the area. They often draw a crowd of onlookers, many smiles and sometimes even a few tears. 

A basic Singing Valentine is $50 (there is an extra charge for a specific window of time) and includes two songs sung in four-part barbershop harmony, a card and a rose—and it creates a life-time memory. Men and woman alike are on the receiving end with moving results. 

Singing Valentines, which make great last minute gifts, can be ordered from the Chorus of DuPage online at www.harmonize.com/dupage or by calling (630) 737-9199. Call today and avoid the last minute rush. 

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