September 4th 2010 - Oceanaires Debut
at the Los Angeles Sweet & Hot Festival
March 27th 2010 - Generation Gap Performs
for Luna Family Benefit
Jan 24th, 2010 - Oceanaires visit Gale Williams: Panhandling for Dot's Home Made Bread no Doubt...
Here's a note Gale sent us yesterday:
HI Fellow Barbershoppers,
Thank you for singing those grand and harmoniously entertaining songs
for my enjoyment. I truly got a delight listening to you guys. I
tried to sing a little with you but I don't have much voice these
days. My trac really limits my singing. I still have hopes to sing
again but I know that I'm not there yet. I really miss singing with you guys.
It's great to see new faces and to hear about your new performances.
See attached picture of the Sunday Jan 24, 2010, group who sang for me.
Gale Williams, Bass for 4 years...
April 20th, 2009: Oceanaires support American Cancer Society Relay for Life, Third annual appearance.
Dear Santa Monica Oceanaires,
here to visit my personal page.
here to view the team page for We Salute Judee - her relatives, and friends
3rd Annual Pico Blvd Arts Festival
Oceanaires on a Weekend in August
Proving that Barbershoppers are versatile, six Oceanaires joined the 140-voice Chorus for the California Philharmonic presentation of Beethoven's Ninth: Ode to Joy on Sunday, August 24, 2008 at Disney Hall in Downtown Los Angeles. Bruce Schrofel, Bob Heron and Art Purcell (all back row) added their voices to the Bass section. Todd Kolberg, Pat Kellogg and Bernard Samstag sang the high notes in the Tenor section. The same chorus performed an identical concert the night before at the Los Angeles Arboretum as part of the CalPhil on the Grass Summer Program. The brand new choral group was recently formed just for this concert, but plans include similar performances in the near future, perhaps under the title of CalPhil Chorus.