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Welcome to the online home of the Blue Ridge Barbershoppers!

If you dine at popular Warrenton restaurants like the Frost Diner or Longhorn Steakhouse, you may have heard the harmonious strains of the Barbershoppers wafting through the air.  We’ve been part of the Warrenton scene for many years and love to stay active in the community.

We usually sang at First Night (New Year’s Eve) when it was a regular community event.  We perform personal singing valentines all over the area and at the Discovery Magazine Home and Garden Show that was held at Fauquier High School every year pre-COVID.

We’re always open to adding more voices to our chorus, so if you’re a gentleman who loves to sing, do consider visiting our weekly rehearsals on Monday nights (see the Contact Us page for the location).  Printed music and audio CDs and MP3s are provided so you can easily learn the songs by ear even if you can’t read music.

Quartets can be formed and we have a “Contemporary A Capella Workshop” to give you opportunities to sing songs that are more contemporary and to hone your skills.

So chime in!  Come to a rehearsal and find out why we shout, “It’s great to be a barbershopper!”

Public Dates

  • Just getting back together after the long pandemic break, we have no formal engagements lined up yet.
  • Informally, you might catch us at the Frost Diner or Applebee’s on a Monday night after 8:30.
Norman Rockwell's

Norman Rockwell’s “The Barbershop Quartet” painting from 1936.