Vocal Sounds of Oklahoma is a men's chorus specializing in 4-part barbershop harmony, celebrating their 85th anniversary in 2023! On Sat, Mar 25th, VSO held auditions for new members in the Annex at the Cherokee Hills Church of Christ. The chorus advertised the opportunity using posters, Facebook, and their website, inviting men of all ages in the greater Oklahoma City metro area to try out. Several men responded, and many auditioned successfully! They are now on the path to membership, which includes rehearsals on Tuesday nights, learning the repertoire of songs, and final acceptance of their application. For more information, men interested in singing are encouraged to contact VSO at 405-848-SING!

The Vocal Sounds of Oklahoma Men's Chorus is once again offering Singing Valentines!!

We will be out on the city as ambassadors of love in song on February 14th! We will take orders up until 3:00pm Tuesday February 14th, so please share this with your friends, family, loved ones, and boss in case they want one for the WHOLE OFFICE!

This year you have a choice of in-person, and digital deliveries. 

Digital Delivery comes with two love songs performed by our quartets and a personalized message. You will retain the video, delivered via private-link. Click here for more info. 

The East Side Boys had a great time performing for Arts Moves at BOK Park Plaza on December 7, 2022. Art Moves is an Arts Council OKC program that provides free arts events each work day in various downtown venues. They sang Christmas songs, some doo wop, and paid homage to Pearl Harbor Day by singing the National Anthem, Follow The Flag, You're A Grand Old Flag and God Bless America.

This October 9th, 2022, the voices of Vocal Sounds of Oklahoma were raised in jubilation as they were awarded the Men's Chorus championship bowl from the Southwestern District of the Barbershop Harmony Society's 5-state annual convention and competition. Taking 28 men across the stage and presenting what could only be described as their most emotional performance yet, these men delivered emotional highs and lows as they sang their final farewell to that young cowpoke who just wanted land, lots of land under star filled sky above, yet fell to the great wild west and it's perils. 

Come experience the Vocal Sounds of Oklahoma's return to the public performance stage!

This is what we've all been waiting for, that chance to bring barbershop back into the OKC sound space. Come downtown, browse the various vendors at the OKC Arts Festival and listen to your favorite barbershop men's chorus. 

We weren't able to make it out west of the city for our chorus retreat this year so we decided to have one locally and ensuring everyone was socially distanced, wearing masks, and singing at least 6-12 feet apart. We had about 20 or so show but still had a blast working through our contest songs and getting coached by Joe Krones!


Singing socially distanced still worked pretty well. It makes you focus more on listening.


After the rise of COVID-19 our chorus, along with countless others across the nation, made the decision to halt in-person rehearsals. About a month later, we all had not sung together or met in person and decided we wanted to give back to the community. After a couple outdoor rehearsals keeping social distancing and attempting to sing in masks, we were able to line up singing for the health providers and professionals at Mercy Hospital. We performed outdoors for the Mercy Hospital staff in order to show our appreciation for their hard work and dedication during these trying times. 

Getting ready to sing to the staff