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Singing Valentines

Photo from Harbormen Chorus

Love always finds a way! Even in the midst of uncertain times singers can express affection over the internet. This year again the Harbormen Chorus has prepared a “Virtual Singing Valentine” to be delivered to those Special Sweethearts out there. 

By digitally combining individual vocal renditions, their Director Rob Ozman was able to create a combined quartet effect to delight the viewer. For $35 they will email you a link which opens up to a classic, endearing Love Song for your Valentine, with your name attached. Please call Mr. Cupid soon (by Feb. 7 in time for Valentine’s Day delivery) to reserve your virtual presentation at 631-644-1029.

Members of the Harbormen Chorus in Stony Brook will serenade beloved mothers for Mother's Day.

2020 was a tough year for singing groups after it became clear that singing was one way to rapidly spread COVID-19. The traditional barbershop singers of the Harbormen Chorus with their director Rob Ozman have been able to keep their spirits up with regular online rehearsals and fellowship this past year, learning some new songs and keeping their singing voices in shape with the old ones too.

For Valentines Day 2021 they have prepared something special, a custom virtual singing Valentine with a song from the whole chorus (each recorded separately and combined by the director) and a video message especially for the recipient. You can order one for $35 by calling “Mr. Cupid” at 631-644-0129. Order by February 7 to ensure the virtual Valentine is ready for the 14th! 


A serenade by the Harmonic Tides Quartet will make your Valentine’s Day special. Photo by Chris Beattie

On Feb. 13 and 14 the Harbormen Chorus Quartets are again singing their way into the hearts of many an oftentimes surprised Valentine recipient.

Four elegantly dressed gentlemen travel to homes, offices, schools, restaurants, hospitals, nursing facilities and other locations in Suffolk County to serenade that special someone with love songs. Along with the professional performance, the singing Valentines will deliver a box of chocolates, decorative rose and personalized card. Call 631-644-0129 for more information.

The Harbormen Chorus sings four-part, a cappella harmony at many venues, is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization and donates a portion of the proceeds to Good Shepherd Hospice.

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Above, one of the Harbormen quartets delivers a singing valentine to an appreciative waitress last year. Photo from David Lance


They’re back! On February 12, 13 and 14, quartets from the Harbormen Barbershop Chorus will travel all around Suffolk County and beyond to entertain pleasantly-surprised wives, husbands, sweethearts, school children, co-workers, and a host of others. Along with a decorative rose, box of candy and personalized card, the two love songs delivered by these four elegantly-dressed gentlemen will create a most memorable impression for the delighted recipient.

To send your loved one a singing valentine just call 631-644-0129 and ask for “Mr. Valentine.” The donation is only $75 (credit cards accepted). You can check them out on YouTube under “Antiquity Quartet” and Facebook under “Harmonic Tides.” The Harbormen Chorus is a 501(c)3 charitable organization and donates a portion of all their proceeds to the Good Shepherd Hospice facility at St. Charles Hospital in Port Jefferson.