Named after a collection of songs first published in 1844, the Sacred Harp singing tradition has spread from the protestant chapels of the southern states of America to the pubs, clubs and community centres of secular northern Europe. Nowadays, people from all walks of life meet to sing these simple, but infectious, four-part a-cappella arrangements, and to enjoy the unique fraternity of the Sacred Harp community. The Hamburg Sacred Harp Singers are constantly looking for new members to help sing “A Glad New Song” .
Come and join us
every Tuesday from 7.30-10pm
at the "Englische Kirche"
Anglican Church of St Thomas Becket
firstname.lastname@example.org (Julia / Yotin)
- There are no singings until further notice. No question, we will sing together again and welcome every guest, but at the moment we all are art of the effort to "flatten the curve" of the Covid-19 pandemic.
- For 2020 we'll sing from the "Christian Harmony", a collection in the 7 shapes tradition, on the first Tuesdays (of the month).
- Find us also on Meetup. Sometimes it's more up to date there than on this website.
- Attention: We tend to sing at another venue once a month so please check the calendar for where we're singing.