The Nittany Knights get ready to clean up the stretch of Rt. 26 in State College that we "adopted." How do we prepare? We sing!
Though it was only 3/4 of a mile, ten of us spent two hours and collected eight large bags of trash--part of our commitment as a community service organization...
After more than a year of lockdown, the Nittany Knights emerged from hibernation on Monday, May 3, with an evening of pizza, cake and catching up.
Blowing a year's worth of dust off our vocal cords, we revisited some of our favorite songs and resolved to get back to our standard of...more
Congratulations to Mike Andriaccio for being recognized as 2020 Barbershopper of the Year !!!! Mike was recognized for his efforts to keep all the Knights connected during the pandemic, by managing online social activities via Zoom. Needless to say, the Nittany Knights were unable to meet in...more
Hugh Mose surprises his wife Janyce with a Singing Valentine, delivered at the Centre Hills Country Club dining room by Barbershop Quartet "Level Best".
From restaurants to offices to homes to schools, Knights' quartets bring their Valentine's gift of 4 part harmony to unsuspecting...more
Selden W. Smith, right, was named Barbershopper of the Year by the Nittany Knights Barbershop Chorus on Jan. 12. The award was presented at the chorus's annual Officer Installation Dinner, held at Reynolds Mansion in Bellefonte. At left, Graham Sanders, chorus director and last year's awardee...more
On Monday September 16, Jack Coughlin (left) was welcomed as a new member. He is a resident of Boalsburg and will be a positive and fun addition to the lead section of the chorus.
Welcome to the Nittany Knights, Jack!
On Monday September 9, Thomas Delahoy was welcomed as a new member. He is a 9th grade student at Saint Joseph's Catholic Academy in Boalsburg. He is known for his lead voice in the quartet Menharmonics. He will sing lead with the Nittany Knights.
Welcome and congratulations to our new member Rich Delozier Jr. (left). Rich lives in State College and has joined the tenor section of the Chorus. Also in the photo is Chorus President Bill Drosnes (right)
State College Mayor Don Hahn presents Paul Wagner with a proclamation declaring June 17 “Nittany Knights Day” in State College. June 17, 1964 is the date the chorus was officially incorporated. The Knights then sang “Sound Celebration” for the Borough Council and guests.
The Nittany Knights Barbershop Chorus sang for patrons of the Schlow Centre Region Library in the Downsbrough Community Room at the kick-off event "Summer Reading Blasts Off"
The newest member of the Nittany Knights Chorus, Mike Andriaccio (center), is presented with his new member certificate by Chorus President, Bill Drosnes (right) and Man of Note, Paul Hamilton (left).
Together in Harmony!