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The Harmonizer Magazine

Published since November 1941, The Harmonizer is the Barbershop Harmony Society's premiere magazine publication.

It is delivered in six bi-monthly installments to over 19,000 members, associates, and barbershop enthusiasts across the United States and Canada.

Take a look at a sampling of some of the recent stories of note and special features we've highlighted that demonstrates how we began, who we are today, and our Vision for a bright future of Everyone in Harmony.

Read a collection of past Harmonizer articles on our blog.


2021 Space Reservation Deadlines

Jan/Feb 2021 - There are no advertising options for the Jan/Feb issue at this time

Mar/Apr 2021- Ad commitment by January 5, 2021

May/June 2021 - Ad commitment by February 24, 2021

July/Aug 2021 - Ad commitment by April 28, 2021

Sep/Oct 2021 - Ad commitment by June 23, 2021

Nov/Dec 2021 - Ad commitment by August 25, 2021

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Current Issue | May/June 2021

Seize the Moment: Be ready to implement your biggest dreams and brightest ideas–be ready when the post-COVID window opens

As featured in The Harmonizer, May/June 2021

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See all of our past issues

Members - login to the Doc Center to view the full archive of The Harmonizer magazine. See all of our past issues from 1941 to today, and a few of our favorite stories, too!