Heartland Vocal Project To Continue ‘Singing Valentine’ Tradition

Sound Affect Quartet presents a Singing Valentine to a lucky recipient. Photo providedSound Affect Quartet presents a Singing Valentine to a lucky recipient. Photo provided

By: Scott Trout, DDS—

Muncie, IN—Valentine’s Day is coming up, and if you’re like many people, you’re probably looking for something new and different to give to your sweetie. Or significant other.  Or maybe there’s a client or business you’d like to do something nice for as a way of saying “thank you” during Valentine’s Day.

Try a Singing Valentine from the Heartland Vocal Project.

The Heartland Vocal Project, Muncie’s local affiliate of the Barbershop Harmony Society, will continue their fine tradition of presenting Singing Valentines on Friday February 14th.

For the bargain price of $40 a quartet will present a beautiful song, a rose, and a lasting memory to the lucky recipient.  The quartets will be performing within a 45 minute radius of Muncie and are available most of the day on Friday.  To book yours now, click on this link. 

Listen to a Singing Valentine sample by clicking the play button below.


Heartland Vocal Project is a mixed voices barbershop and a capella singing organization whose mission is to bring harmony to East Central Indiana.  They meet every Tuesday evening at the Westminster Village Muncie campus from 7-8:45 pm and are currently auditioning new singers.

You may find them on Facebook or on the web at  www.heartlandvocalproject.org