Music Excellence Through Education, Competition and Performance

Our Mission

Pride of Baltimore Chorus is an award winning community of women who love to sing a cappella four-part harmony barbershop style. We strive for musical excellence through education, competition and performance. We value supportive friendship, individual musical and personal growth, and sharing the joy of music.

Our Organization

Sweet Adelines International is a worldwide organization of women singers committed to advancing the musical art form of barbershop harmony through education and performances. This independent, nonprofit music education association is one of the world’s largest singing organizations for women. “Harmonize the World” is the organization’s motto.

Annual English Tea Fundraiser
Saturday May 20th
St. Demetrios Greek Orthodox Church
For more information visit our event page.

Chorus Rehearsals:
Mondays 7:30 pm – 10:00 pm
Atonement Lutheran Church
9121 Old Harford Rd
Parkville, MD 21234
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Director Farewell

It is with mixed feelings that we announce the departure of our director, Joe Cerutti. In his nearly 8 years with the chorus, we have valued Joe’s talented direction, hard work, and dedication. While it is always sad to see a member of the Pride of Baltimore family leave us, we respect Joe’s decision to step away.

We wish Joe the very best as he continues his career, promoting barbershop singing throughout the world as the Barbershop Harmony Society's Director of Outreach, and we look forward to continuing the proud tradition of the Pride of Baltimore Chorus as we embrace the new opportunities that await us.

Joe has contributed significantly to the success of Pride of Baltimore throughout his tenure with us. During his time, we shared many memorable experiences at regional and international competitions, we learned so much by joining with our sisters in Greater Harrisburg, we experienced a once-in-a-lifetime performance at Carnegie Hall, as well as multiple performances with our brothers in harmony, the Alexandria Harmonizers, including Harmony of the Harbor, bringing 13 award winning groups to Meyerhoff Hall.

We deeply appreciate Joe's educational and artistic efforts and thank him for his leadership and vocal training throughout the years. Joe's final performance with Pride of Baltimore will be on the regional stage in a few short weeks, after which we will be engaged in a director search to find our next artistic leader. We wish Joe the best of success in future endeavors. He will always remain a special part of the Pride of Baltimore family and history.