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About Ladybug Quartet
Sharing our love of Barbershop Singing, and bringing music to those that need a respite from their daily lives.
Lisa, Bass
Julianna, Baritone
I was born in North Bergen County NJ. Moved to Florida at age 11. A musician since I was young, I played the drums for a live band called "Charisma" that toured mostly B Circuit clubs throughout the state. I have a wonderful daughter that lives in Japan and she teaches English to young pre-school aged children. My 1 yr old Grandson, Alto (pronounce ah-doo-toh) born in March of 2021 is the second light of my life! They both live in the city of Yokohama with my son-in-law, Yuta.

In 1997, when I caught the Barbershop "bug" in my early 30's, (Ok ...Late 30's...) it was like a big lightbulb glowed above my head.
This is where I belong! I love singing with girl's who are not only my quartet sisters, but are talented musicians! Time flies when we are together, making those chords ring!

Performing is in my family and in my blood, as I used to sing and play piano when I was growing up in New Jersey. My sister and I started a Top 40/Rock band in our 20's in Florida, and afterward I entertained on cruise ships and sang back-up vocals on CD's for other up-and-coming artists.  

Currently I am living in Clearwater, FL. I have 2  musically talented sons. Julian. My 20 year old,  is a music performance major at SPC. (Vocalist, Marimba Player and Percussionist) Alexander, graduated from USF in Tampa, also as a performance major and performs around FL in different bands as a percussionist. He also helps the Percussion section of the East Lake High School Band during Marching season. Then there is Mario, my step-son who is very fortunate to tour around the world as the lead guitar player for the famous Latino/POP singer Marc Anthony, as well as with his own other musical ventures.  
Mario's son, Vincent is my grandson and My grand nephew is Alto, who lives with my Neice, Cassandra in Japan.

​I am newer to the Barbershop world, but I love it more than anything else I have ever done! Since being blessed as the Ladybug Baritone, I have never worked or laughed so hard doing something I love!  

Like most Sweet Adelines, I was singing before I could speak. My early vocal coaches were Marilyn McCoo and Karen Carpenter via my mother’s eclectic record collection. I would rearrange the furniture in my bedroom and put on shows for an audience of none with every Time Life music collection sold! My junior year of high school, a friend convinced me to audition for chorus. I made it, but was still to shy to let my voice be heard. After school band, chorus, and drama, I joined the US Air Force, where I played in the Drum & Bugle Corps during Basic Training. Church choir kept me busy until my sister-in-law Jeanne introduced me to Sweet Adelines in 2013. I was terrified walking into that room and singing for a bunch of strangers. I mustered up the courage, and never looked back. Sweet Adelines has helped me find my voice, lifelong friends, and even family! Barbershop is the most challenging and rewarding music I’ve ever sung! 
I joined Ladybug Quartet in the fall of 2021. The mutual respect, dedication, and talent of these women amazes me every single day. We work hard, but we laugh even harder. 

Sarah, Lead
Elaine, Tenor
My Hometown is Hauterive, Ontario. I am a dual Citizen in Canada and the United States. I now
Live in Orlando, FL and I am a Co-Founder of the Timucua Arts Foundation. I work with my husband Benoirt Glazer, at the venue and I also
Own Mrs. Elaine's Piano Studio, where I teach.
I studied at McGill University and went to Polyvalente des Rives.

I belong to the Sound of Sunshine Chorus, the Orlando Gay Chorus. and I sing in a few other combinations too! 

Looking forward to being a part of Ladybug Quartet, and to the new Friendships and music we will create.