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If you're feeling that it's time to find a new interest - there's a place for you at Show Me Sound Chorus!


You are cordially invited to join us for rehearsals each Monday  at 6:30 PM October through December leading up to our Holiday singing  event on December 10th. 

Wesley United Methodist Church basement

1322 W. Broadway Blvd, Sedalia, Missouri

The Show Me Sound Chorus is an amazing group of real women of all ages, singing real harmony and having real fun. We meet weekly to sing, to teach, and to learn the art of a cappella 4-part harmony primarily in the barbershop style.

If you sing at church, in the shower, or perhaps catch yourself humming and singing as you go through your day, then we want to invite you to come sing with us. Our members come from all around the Central Missouri region, including Sedalia, Warsaw, Warrensburg, Lee's Summit, Raymore, and Kansas City. 


We are Sweet Adelines

Mondays    6:30 PM - 8:30 PM
Wesley United Methodist Church
1322 W Broadway Blvd 
Sedalia, Missouri 65301 

During this pandemic period, our chorus members take care to follow CDC and local Health Department guidelines. 

Interested in seeing what it's all about?

Every Monday night is

Guest Night!

at Show Me Sound Chorus

Happy Holidays

Introducing HollyGrams!

If you're looking for a unique way to send holiday greetings, consider ordering a HollyGram. We'll deliver the song of your choice from our list along with your personal greeting via telephone on December 10th. 

Use this order form or contact us here:

Happy Holidays

Show Me Sound Chorus, a Sweet Adelines chorus, is part of a highly respected worldwide organization of women singers committed to advancing the musical art form of barbershop harmony through education, competition and performance. This independent, nonprofit music education association is one of the world's largest singing organizations for women, boasting 23,000 members! Members extend over five continents and belong to more than 500 choruses and 1,200 quartets

Moments to Remember