Singing the best in American four-part a cappella music, the Cape Cod Surftones are dedicated to excellence in chorus and quartet singing. Chartered in 1979 as a chapter of the Barbershop Harmony Society, we are a not-for-profit singing organization that performs at 20 or more public and private events each year. Many of our performances are in support of charitable and other not-for-profit organizations.

Our chorus strives to promote and educate the public about barbershop harmony. The singers represent all regions of the Cape, from Eastham and Chatham to Falmouth and Plymouth. Our repertoire consists of a range of musical genres, from spirituals and patriotic songs to Broadway show tunes, from ballads to up-tunes, from old time favorites such as "Sweet Adeline" to more modern pieces such as Josh Groban's "You Raise Me Up."

The Cape Cod Chapter (Surftones) is a singing organization that is dedicated to excellence in chorus and quartet a cappella singing. It is the mission of the Surftones to:

  • Promote and preserve barbershop harmony and educate the public in this truly American musical style
  • Strive for excellence in singing a cappella harmony
  • Encourage continued improvement in the singing capabilities of all our members, as individuals and as chorus and quartet members
  • Encourage fellowship and camaraderie among members and their families
  • Perform publicly throughout the year for both charitable and paid functions
  • Initiate, promote, support, and participate in charitable projects
  • Promote and support the Vision and Mission of the Barbershop Harmony Society