The Pacific Scenic Regional Library will host a performance of barbershop harmony singers, a traditional a cappella group singing in four-part harmony, this month.

Barb Schweissguth, Scenic Regional adult programmer, who has brought the community artists, authors, harmonica players and a Holocaust survivor, is organizing the program.

Senior Harmony Singers Barbershop Chorus, under the direction of Bob Cearnal, will perform Thursday, Feb. 15, at 6 p.m. at the Tri-County Senior Center, 800 W. Union.

This ensemble entertains audiences all around the St. Louis and Metro East area and generally has 8 to 10 singers per performance.

“This year we performed for 31 different organizations — nursing homes, retirement centers and clubs, such as the Tri-County Senior Center,” said Bob Cearnal, director.

“Our best compliment is our repeat performances,” he said. “We entertain numerous groups year after year. We have a repertoire of over 85 songs, not counting Christmas selections, and we seldom repeat numbers when we return to the same venues.”

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The performance is free, but reservations are required. Those who wish to attend should contact Barb Schweissguth at email or call 636-257-2712.