Central Oregon Showcase Chorus is an educational and performing barbershop chorus, a non-profit organization and a member of Sweet Adelines International. Formed and chartered in the 1970's, our membership consists of women from Prineville, Redmond, Powell Butte, Bend and the surrounding area who simply love to learn, teach and sing barbershop harmony.

With a 36% increase in membership over the past year, Central Oregon Showcase Chorus was the proud winner of the 2014-2015 GYPCI award.

Click on the photo of the award to view a larger photo.
2014 marked a milestone for
Central Oregon Showcase Chorus.
Last year the chorus celebrated its
40th year as a chartered member of
Sweet Adelines International.

. . . Upcoming Events . . .

November 18, 2017 Join us on Saturday, November 18th at 7:00 p.m. at Community Presbyterian Church, 529 NW 19th Street in Redmond for our 4th annual winter show Joyful Winter Sounds. We'll be singing a mix of holiday tunes as well as our chorus favorites. Tickets are $10 each and will be available in advance or at the door. Contact any chorus member for more details or to purchase your tickets!
February 2018 Singing Valentines - have one of our quartets will come out and serenade your loved ones, friends or co-workers. This is a unique gift that they will remember for years to come.
May 3-6, 2018 Region 12 Competition and Convention, Nugget Hotel and Casino, Sparks, Nevada.
Fall 2018 16th Annual "Tea and Tunes" - enjoy an afternoon tea while being entertained by the members of our chorus. Stay tuned for more information and details.
Winter 2018 Come sing with us and our annual Christmas Chorus! More information will be forthcoming.

. . . About our chorus . . .

We are located in beautiful Redmond, Oregon.
We are always looking for new members,
so come join us at one of our practice sessions.

For a larger image or to view more photos,
click on the image above to go to our photos page.
We practice on Monday evenings from 6:30 to 9:00 p.m.
at the Redmond Senior Center, 325 NW Dogwood Avenue.

Redmond Senior Center

. . . Contact Information . . .

For more information on how you can join Central Oregon Showcase Chorus or for performance information, please contact us:

Cindy Hadduck Director 541-447-7159
Sue Couch Assistant to Director 541-548-3781
Diane Hayes President 541-447-4756  

Want to send us a card or letter, please address it to:

Central Oregon Showcase Chorus
PO Box 904
Redmond, OR 97756

. . . Did You Know . . .

Per Professor Graham Welch… “Singing releases endorphins to make you feel energized & uplifted. Singing gives the lungs a workout. Singing tones abdominal & intercostal muscles & the diaphragm & stimulates circulation. Singing makes us breath more deeply so we take in more oxygen, improve aerobic capacity & experience a release of muscle tension as well.”

Greg Cohen, of George Washington University, tracked a Senior Singers Chorale in Arlington, Virginia, and found that the singers suffered less depression, made fewer doctor visits a year, took fewer medications & had increased their other activities.

“Singing is an ageless enjoyment – you are never too young or too old. Singing is therapeutic both emotionally & physically. Singing broadens expressive communication. Active participation in singing can increase energy & vigor to see us through even the most stress-filled life commitments. Singing strengthens concentration & memory.”
- Patty Mills (Sweet Adeline)

“Lowers your blood pressure. Boosts your “cuddle” hormone. Allows you to breathe easier. Helps you find serenity after cancer. Rewrites your brain after a stroke.”
- Michael Roizen, MD

“Singing improves your mood. It is effective as a stress reliever & improves sleep. Singing releases pain relieving endorphins, helping you forget that painful knee or whatever. Your posture improves. Lung capacity increases. Singing clears sinuses & respiratory tubes. Your mental alertness improves. Singing tones your facial & stomach muscles. It boosts your immune system. Your confidence increases.”
- Bryan Hunter, PhD

“Singing exercises major muscle groups in the upper body. It is an aerobic activity that improves the efficiency of your cardiovascular system and encourages you to take more oxygen into your body, leading to increased alertness.”
- The Guardian

“Whether or not you become a world-class singer is not important…
Sharing the joy of singing will enrich your life far beyond the notes & music.
Add a healthy, new dimension to your life - try singing!"
- Patty Mills (Sweet Adeline)

For more information on Sweet Adelines or our region, please visit
the Sweet Adelines International or Pacific Shores - Region 12 website