Sterling features four-part barbershop harmonies
Photo caption: From left: Ross Larrison, Bryan Pulver, Todd Reavis and Seth Lefler are the members of Sterling, which will perform at Sundays United We Sing concert. (Submitted photo)
The members of Sterling, in varying configurations and personnel, have been thrilling audiences with their close blend of four-part barbershop harmonies since they formed in 1995. Since then the foursome has won local, regional national and international recognition and awards for their ability to ring chords and bring audiences to their feet.
The group is one of several performances scheduled for Sundays, free United We Sing concert at Texas States Evans Auditorium.
Sterling has performed throughout the U. S., Canada, Europe and Finland winning new fans at every stop. They are past Southwestern United States Barbershop Quartet Champions and have represented the Southwestern U.S. numerous times at the Barbershop Harmony Societys International Quartet and Chorus Competitions, most recently last July in Toronto, competing with some 50 quartets from from the U.S., Canada and around the world.
Ross Larrison (bass) and Todd Reavis (lead) have been with the group since it formed while more recent additions Bryan Pulver (tenor) and Seth Lefler (baritone) round out the quartet.
If you love the close, ringing chords and harmonies of good barbershop, youll love Sterling.