Andrew joined the POHC in the spring of 2016 simply as a means of keeping his voice in shape for performing with various bar bands in NYC. It didn't take long, however, for veteran members to trick him into taking on multiple leadership roles and for Director Galvan to recruit him to play guitar and bass. Before he could say no, Fran Silverberg had signed him on as Steering Committee Co-Chair, and the rest, as they say, is history. He rules with an iron fist and will not tolerate tardiness! Seriously though, he loves this choir and its mission and hopes to contribute to its future success.
Steering Committee Co-Chair
Amanda joined the choir in Fall 2015 and is so grateful to sing with such a wonderful community of people who have also become close friends! When she's not singing in the Soprano section, she can likely be found accompanying the choir on clarinet or rolling her eyes at whatever Andrew's latest joke is. (Just kidding!) Prior to becoming co-chair, she helped to run the auditions for POHC and welcome in our newest members.
Soprano Section Leader
Nancy has been with the POHC for 2 years. From 1983 to 2005, Nancy, professionally known as Nancy Monroe, sang jazz, and is a recording artist [2 cds] with MJA Records. At present, she thoroughly enjoys teaching music to elementary school children.
Bass-Baritone Section Leader
Barry has been with the Peace of Heart choir since 1951, while Truman was in office. He is still waiting for the Choir to perform his favorite Music “3 B’s”: J.S. Bach, P.D.Q. Bach and Jerry Bock.
Alto Section Leader
Ellen joined the choir in 2006 and has been an alto section leader for several years.
Tenor Section Leader
Wilfred has been a Choir member since 2005. He is frequently a soloist and is a songwriter as well. He also enjoys photography, computers, spending time with friends, and doing things he’s never done before.