Pariter during their first concert, The Gathering, on October 23rd, 2021
Pariter is Latin for “equally” or “together.” In August 2021, conductor Albert “Albee” Mabeza recruited a fine group of tenors and basses from all over the Bay Area — including many singers from the Resounding Achord community — to join this new ensemble. Pariter performs repertoire written for tenor-bass ensembles from many different genres. In their first concert, The Gathering, the group performed a wide variety of music from the Renaissance, Barbershop, Contemporary, and Folk styles.
Pariter typically meets on Saturday afternoons at St. Francis Episcopal Church and performs in concerts both with Resounding Achord and alone.
Pariter is currently looking for new tenor and bass singers to join their membership. Current members range in age from 20 to 75 and come from all walks of life and musical backgrounds. If you are interested, please contact Albee.