Fellowship and Harmony since 1946

Chimes Nights

Since 1964, the Chimes have sung once a month at The Tombs, a neighborhood restaurant and sports bar located just outside of Georgetown University’s front gates.  This monthly tradition was made possible by the generosity and ingenuity of Richard McCooey, the founder of The Tombs and several other restaurants in the DC area. A Chimes Night consists of roughly an hour of barbershop music and popular hits. Upon induction into the group, each Active Chime is honored with his own Chimes Night. For more about Chimes Nights, check out A Brief History of Chimes Night.

Our final Chimes Night of the 2014-15 school year was Senior Chimes Night, on Wednesday, May 13, in honor of our graduating seniors – #238 Charlie Plissner, #239 Peter Fanone, #240 Tim Lyons, #241 Jeff Kemp, #245 Ben Manzione, #250 Peter Hu, and #251 Phil Hah!. It was great to see everyone who came out – see you in the fall!

Feel free to email us at chimesnight@georgetownchimes.org with any questions.

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