The Chattanooga Music Club will host a program of barbershop harmony featuring the Scenic City Chorus - the Chattanooga Chapter of Sweet Adelines International.
This concert will be held next Sunday at 3 p.m. at First Cumberland Presbyterian Church, 1505 N. Moore Road.
The program is free and open to the public.
Officials said, "The Scenic City Chorus is based in Chattanooga, and our 60+ members of all ages come from eastern Tennessee, northeastern Alabama, and northwestern Georgia. A wide variety of backgrounds and lifestyles are represented among us, but together we share a common bond through music and performance. Scenic City Chorus has a mission to bring its unique sound to the community through performance.
"We also offer education in the barbershop craft and performance opportunities to young women between the ages of 14 and 25 through the Young Women in Harmony program."
The Chattanooga Music Club was founded in 1896 by a small group of musicians dedicating the club to the stimulation of interest in the beauties of art in Chattanooga.
The CMC holds the distinction of being the oldest music club in Tennessee and has played a leadership role in Chattanooga’s fine arts for 125 years. It continues to provide free music concerts to the public and to foster other music activities to members and guests.
The CMC is also known for major restorations of the Austin pipe organ at the Soldiers & Sailors Memorial Auditorium.