Valentine’s Day gifts can come in a number of ways – flowers, chocolate or jewelry. It can also come in the form of a singing quartet from the Westchester Chordsmen Chorus.
The singers will delight and surprise loved ones with a personal visit from a quality quartet, elegantly clad in tuxedos with red bowties and vests to deliver Singing Valentines – songs and roses – to sweethearts from Friday, Feb. 12 through Sunday, Feb. 14.
"Surprise your sweetheart, wherever they are; through the years, we've sung for loved ones in their homes, at hospitals, stores, nursing homes and even to entire offices of surprised employees when the boss springs for it, almost anywhere in Westchester, lower Putnam, Rockland and Western Fairfield Connecticut counties,” said Steven Schwartz, the Chordsmen’s resident Cupid.
A basic singing valentine includes two love songs, a long-stemmed rose and a romantic, personalized Valentine card, or ask the quartet to deliver a dozen roses for an even bigger surprise. Prices range from $65 to $125, depending on time and flowers requested.
Click here to make reservations or call 914-298-SING (7464). Quartets are provided from the 65-member group The Westchester Chordsmen Chorus, who have sung at the White House, Carnegie Hall and around the world.
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