Excalibur Quartet

1993 LOL District Champions
1999 International Finalists

Left to right:
John Moksnes, Tenor
Greg Dolphin, Lead
John Korby, Bass
Brent Graham, Baritone

In 1995, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, and 2002, Excalibur placed in the finals in the International competition for The Society for the Preservation and Encouragement of Barbershop Quartet Singing in America, Inc. (SPEBSQSA) -- one of the ten best quartets in the world!

Excalibur is the highest ranking quartet from the LOL district since Happiness Emporium won the gold medal in 1975.

NOTE: Excalibur is in the process of creating a new web page. It's not official yet, but it is a lot better than this temporary one! To see it, go here:




Excalibur names new baritone!

In late October 1999, International Finalist quartet Excalibur named Brent Graham as their new baritone, replacing Greg Volk. See letters from Brent and Greg Dolphin for more information.


Excalibur has three albums out:

Meet the Members of Excalibur

The members of Excalibur have diverse backgrounds and careers:

Tenor John Moksnes is a longtime barbershopper. He was the tenor in Celebration quartet, a perennial International Semifinalist.
(email: john.r.moksnes@healthpartners.com)
Lead Greg Dolphin lives in Minneapolis. Greg has been in many quartets, including Little Rascals and Esprit , which earned semifinalist status in International competition.
(email: Gregory.Dolphin@internetmci.com)
Greg Volk, baritone, is a goofy baritone and famous arranger. He was the tenor in Esprit .
(email: the.volks@netzero.net)
John Korby, bass, sang in Little Rascals and Celebration .
(email: jkorby@nesbitagencies.com)

How to contact the quartet:

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