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Pensacola Sound was founded by long-time Sweet Adeline, Dorie Korecky, who had moved to Pensacola from Cleveland, Ohio. At a concert in Seville Square in 1992, Dorie asked if there were any women in the audience interested in singing barbershop harmony. About ten women met her afterwards and scheduled an organizational meeting. That was only the beginning.
After two years as a prospective Chapter, Pensacola Sound chartered in May of 1994. Pensacola Sound has been under the direction of Connie Hancock since 2015. In 2017, Pensacola Sound was awarded the Most Improved Chorus and Most Improved Director in Region 9!
Pensacola Sound Chorus performs at the invitation of civic groups, festivals, private and corporate parties. The chorus performs often for retirement homes and assisted living facilities.