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Blue Mountain Heritage Chorus Presents

A Fun Concert About Some of Your Favorite

FOOD


WHEN:
Sunday, September 25, 2022 @ 2:00 P.M.

WHERE:
Salem Belleman's Church
Mohrsville, PA

TICKETS $10

CALL
(484) 671-2567 OR (484) 665-3209

Welcome to Blue Mountain Heritage Chorus

We want to thank all those who have been part of our group throughout our 13 years: our choir members, conductors, pianists, and instrumentalists. Thank you to those who have supported the chorus by attending and supporting us through sponsorship and advertising.

See all our photos from this year's concert by clicking on this link.

Thank you to Twin Oak Photo for providing us with this collection of photos.

Our line up of songs for our FOOD Concert include:

1. Why We Sing
2. This Is My Father’s World – verse 1 unison, verse 2 4-part, verse 3 accapella
3. I’d Like to Teach the World to Sing
4. O Love
5. Joy in the Morning
6. May Your Roads Be Straight and Narrow
7. Food Glorious Food

8. Banquet Fugue
9. Shoo-Fly Pie And Apple Pan Dowdy
10. Green Eggs and Ham (Seussical the Musical Book, Page 32)
11. Tea for Two (Twentiana collection Page 17)
12. The Teddy Bears’ Picnic
13. Sugar, Sugar

14. Java Jive
15. On Top of Spaghetti
16. George M. Cohan Patriotic Fantasy
17. Mother Country
18. Battle Hymn of the Republic
19. The Lord Bless You and Keep You

Ready for another Sing Along with BMHC?!


SING ALONG PERFORMANCE
@ St. Paul’s Lutheran Church, Mertztown, Pa.

September 11, 2022

1. Why We Sing
2. I’d Like to Teach the World to Sing
3. Beautiful Dreamer
4. O Love
5. Battle Hymn of the Republic
6. AMERICA THE BEAUTIFUL – sing along verse 1, chorus only on verse 3
7. Old Time Religion
8. The Little Brown Church in the Vale

9. BLESSED ASSURANCE – verses 1 and 3
10. Amazing Grace (My Chains Are Gone)
11. All Day Sunday Singing
12. ROCK OF AGES – verses 1 and 4
13. TWO AT A TIME SONGS
14. ON TOP OF OLD SMOKY
15. HOW GREAT THOU ART – verses 1 and 4
16. God Bless America
17. LET THERE BE PEACE ON EARTH – 2 times through using 1 st ending, then 2 nd ending

PEOPLE LOVE BMHC...

Touches my heart...

It is so much fun singing with the members of BMHC. Sometimes when we are singing one of our Patriotic songs I can't help but to cry from the emotions it gives me. That's when you know the sound and the blend of voices is touching your heart.

About Us

Originally founded as the Andulhea Heritage Chorus, Blue Mountain Heritage Chorus (BMHC) consists of neighbors, friends and people from all areas of Berks County. Our chorus is a true ecumenical group made up of members from local Churches of all denominations including choir directors, organists, musicians, and vocalists who love to sing and share their voices with the community.

Preservation of our local culture was a central theme in the founding of our chorus which aims to preserve history and culture by performing the songs of the past. Over our ten (10) years of existence, we continue to remain true to our mission of preserving and performing the deep musical heritage and history of Berks county.

Since the birth of our chorus, which began as an idea spawned by the enthusiasm of a few volunteers,  BMHC has thrived and grown to a vibrant choral organization of over sixty (60) members who share their time, talent and treasure. Our season generally starts in late May or early June with our main concert in September. We perform at Cabela’s for Memorial Day and Independence Day and various Church and civic organizations and, for those who can join us, we continue in the month of December for the Christmas Season.

No auditions or formal musical training is required to become a member. The only prerequisite is a love of music and a commitment to attend rehearsals. All are welcome! For additional information contact Carol A. Kissinger at 610-488-7791.

Contact Us

Interested in having our group sing at your event?

Love to sing and want to join our group?

Want to support our group by being a sponsor or advertise in our Annual Concert Program?

Want to purchase tickets for our upcoming Annual Concert?

 

Give Carol a call at 484-671-2567