Club Sponsored Activities
ooking to get more involved? The Teutonia Mannerchor of Pittsburgh sponsors a variety of clubs and groups, giving its members the opportunity to meet, and become more involved within the club. Please review the list below. Get in touch with us, using the information at the bottom of the page.
A group of approximately sixty male singers. They perform at the club and in the tri-state area. Songs include classical and traditional choral music performed in the German language and dialects. They have performed in German tours three times in the past decade. Practice is each Wednesday at 8pm.
A group of approximately 35 ladies, who perform separately and in conjunction with the Männerchor as a mixed chorus. Practice is each Wednesday at 7pm.
The combined choirs when singing together. Link to chor activities.
ALPEN SCHUHPLATTLER UND TRACHTENVEREIN
This dancing group is known for their traditional dances. Practice is each Tuesday at 7PM. More about Alpen Schuhplattler.
Starting each February, these members hone their pool skills every Tuesday. More about the pool league here. Information about the pool league’s 2007 season here.
PITTSBURGH DISTRICT KINDERCHOR
A children’s singing group. Which performs traditional German songs at the club and other venues. They also learn basic German as part of their activities. Der Kinderchor page.
THE TEUTONIA SCHÜTZENKAMERADEN
A traditional German shooting society which features 22 caliber rifles and hold practices, contest and dinners. The Schützenkameraden page.
STEIN VEREIN (CLUB)
Beer stein collector club meeting and events. The Stein Club page.
German beer drinking fraternity. Currently, organizing itself around the art of beer making and drinking. The Bierkameraden page.
A traditional musical group made up of Teutonia members, which performs at various club functions.
A group of musicians who perform in “jam session” style and are featured, periodically in the Ratskellar.
TEUTONIA “66” CARD LEAGUE
Enjoying this old German card game in the Ratskeller every Friday night.
BOARD MEMBERSHIP AND COMMITTEES
There are many opportunities to serve the Club and make new friends. We are happy to have volunteers serve on our committees. There is also the opportunity to help direct the future of the Club by becoming an officer or board member. Requirements for election are stated in our By-Laws.
LEARN TO SPEAK GERMAN
Learn the language of our ancestors. Throughout the year, members are invited to participate in learning the German language.
Classes for Fall and Winter
$80 for eight sessions
$80 for eight sessions
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Interested in one of the activities above? Please contact us at 412-231-9141.