Club News - Hills Harmony

Club News - Hills Harmony
Type of post: Club news
Status: Current
Date Posted: Mon, 22 Oct 2018
1. The guys in full flight performing their “Aussie Road Medley” during the Adelaide competition

Hills Harmony competed in the recent National Convention in Adelaide with a smaller than normal contingent. There were only two out of the six NSW choruses competing this year although a number of the non attending NSW choruses participated through a composite chorus competing as East Coast Harmony.

We also had two quartets competing, HighJacked and Chromium. It was a first convention for Chromium who entered both the open and senior competitions. 

The chorus performed with just nine singers which was the minimum number allowable under the BHA contest rules. We were just pleased just to compete in Adelaide and were pleasantly surprised when we were awarded the Andy Aberle Mature Aged Chorus Award.

Soon after returning from Adelaide we had a sing out at a local retirement village where, along with other show pieces, we performed our contest set.

We were recently selected by the Hills Shire Council to perform during the opening season of their  brand new Pioneer Theatre. This new state-of-the-art theatre is located at Castle Hill in NW Sydney and is designed to hold an audience of up to 350 people although it can be configured to suit many different types of shows including more intimate audience configurations.

We will be staging our Hills Harmony Showcase Concert in the Pioneer Theatre on Sunday afternoon the 4th of November. Tickets are now available for this unique concert and can be purchased directly through the Hills Harmony website www.hillsharmony.com.au or can be obtained by emailing bookings@hillsharmony.com.au 


A substantial donation will be made to  from the net proceeds of this concert.