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2024 Harmony University • Denver

Registration is now open! Join us at the University of Denver, July 28 - August 4, 2024

Harmony University is an experience you will never forget! Whether you’re a music educator hoping to learn more about sharing a cappella with your students, a long-time barbershopper, or even a person brand new to the style, we’ve got options for all ages ranges and experiences. Attend as an individual or with your quartet or chorus for our daily coaching sessions. Hone your director, arranging, or coaching skills. You can even learn how to add barbershop harmony to your music curriculum and earn Graduate or CEU credits while you’re at it! You’ll learn, be inspired, and walk away with friends from around the world who all have one thing in common: the love of a ringing barbershop chord! Come learn why Harmony University is more than a week-long music conference: it’s a week of smiles, joy, singing, fun, inclusion, harmony, and love in the barbershop bubble!


“Just wanted to thank you so much for this wonderful opportunity to explore barbershop music in such an amazingly supportive environment! I appreciate the experience so much and will cherish it among my dearest memories. Never did I think wanting to go to Harmony U would introduce me to so much more within the world of barbershop, and finally attending the event that started it all for me was so fulfilling!”

“Singing summer camp with my friends? Spiritual retreat? A weeklong therapy session? #harmonyU has been all of that - and so much more (as usual)! So many friends, old and new. So many tags. So much silliness! SO MUCH LOVE!! Yes, I am sad it’s over. But I also feel so incredibly blessed that I got to do this.”

“This was such an incredible week, and I am so thankful to have had the opportunity to attend. Thank you, thank you, thank you!”

“Projects like Harmony University exemplify the creativity and care with which communities are telling their stories, creating connection, and responding to challenges and opportunities in their communities—all through the arts,” said NEA Chair Maria Rosario Jackson, PhD. “So many aspects of our communities such as cultural vitality, health and wellbeing, infrastructure, and the economy are advanced and improved through investments in art and design, and the National Endowment for the Arts is committed to ensuring people across the country benefit.”

This project is supported in part by the National Endowment for the Arts. To find out more about how National Endowment for the Arts grants impact individuals and communities, visit