Experience the spirit of harmony
About 1400 women singers across Australia meet regularly in Sweet Adelines Choruses to learn, practice and enjoy being part of a thriving music community.
If you’ve ever considered joining a choir, then we invite you to join the fun, friendship and harmony of an a cappella chorus!
What is a cappella?
A Cappella means singing without instruments (so no piano accompaniment). We sing four part, unaccompanied, close harmony mostly in the barbershop style and mostly songs from 20th (and 21st!) century popular music.
A cappella music can be sung by a quartet, with each singer singing her own part, or by larger groups of anything up to 200 singers – still singing in four parts.
Barbershoppers do more than just sing…we entertain!
With colourful costumes and expressive choreography, we like nothing more than strutting our stuff for a wide range of audiences.
Congratulations to our Australian Regional Contest Winners 2018
Every year in May, some of our choruses and quartets get together to compete in our annual convention. In 2018, the convention was held in Hobart.
A Cappella West
Murrumbidgee Magic Chorus
In addition to our annual convention where choruses and quartets compete to be regional champions, we hold workshops and other performance and educational opportunities for the singers in our region.
August A Cappella 2018
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