Music Director

Angie Dolber

Angie Dolber was born and raised in Adams ,MA and comes from a very musical family. She was active in Show Choir and Chorus in school with a highlight of traveling to Washington,DC with the chorus for the "America Sings!" festival. While attending Norwich University in Vermont, she kept her passion for singing alive and sang in an a cappella chorus for 3 years. She also attended an international educational program called "Up With People" in 1998.

Angie started her barbershop career in 2000, singing lead with the Harmony, Inc. chorus, "The BarreTones ", in Barre , VT for two years. She met her husband John and moved back to MA in 2002 and continued singing in Harmony, Inc with "Women of Note" in Hudson , MA. While in WON, she's been a lead section leader, Barbershop Education Team Chair, Public Relations Chair, as well as on the Board of Directors as Secretary and President, and was honored to receive the " Barbershopper of the Year" title three times. Angie truly loves singing in the barbershop style, performing for local organizations and looks forward to every rehearsal having fun singing with and now directing the chorus.

In her spare time, Angie also sings tenor with her Harmony, Inc quartet, "Acapella 4", who came in 3rd place at their Area contest in April 2011 and 18th out of 32 quartets at their International contest in November 2011. Angie is a Realtor with Prudential Prime Properties and lives with her husband John and daughter Jenna in Whitinsville, MA.

Assistant Music Director

Denise Kelleher

Learning to play the piano at an early age set the stage for a love and appreciation of music. From that time on, Denise has been involved in a variety of musical adventures. Over the years, she sang with many church and community ensemble groups including "Encore" and the "SJN Lakeside Dinner Theater" group, and she participated in SJN's Christmas music celebration.

For the past 25 years, she has lead the music component for a special needs group in Stoughton. It has been a joy for her to share in the contribution of each member's unique gift and voice. Yearly, Christmas and Easter pagents have been a highlight and an opportunity for all to share their joy and voices with their families and friends.

Ladies barbershop style singing was introduced to Denise fifteen years ago. She sang with "A Classic Sound Chorus" and a quartet for five years. About ten years ago, she began singing with "NoteableBlend". She has enjoyed working along with other chorus members to achieve a perfect blend of sound in the spirit of harmony. She has been a lead section leader for a few years and has been acting as assistant to the director for the last year.