|Type of post:||News|
|Posted By:||Dick Bushell|
|Date Posted:||Fri, 15 Apr 2016|
|The East Coast Harmony College was held again in February at the picturesque Myuna Bay Conference facility by the shores of Lake Macquarie on the NSW Central Coast.
This annual event attracted around 60 singers mostly from NSW Clubs but also several representatives from Queensland and Victoria.
The first class faculty was made up of Andrew and Jen Howson, Lea Baker, Jonathon Bligh and Rob Sequeira.
The interesting and enjoyable program was ably arranged by Jen Howson which kept us all engaged for the whole weekend. I am sure we are all now better singers as a result of the weekend.
The College ran from Friday evening until after lunch on the Sunday. The many highlights included the fantastic interaction and fellowship (and just a “little” communal singing complete with essential “lubrication”) between all the members of the nine choruses who attended and the great Saturday night show which was held at the nearby Wangi Wangi Workers Club and was attended by all delegates as well as a number of paying members of the public.
Congratulations and thanks must go to the host Chorus SOUNDWAVES and in particular, Stuart Adey and his long suffering wife Beth who organised and provided virtually the entire catering for the whole weekend at an unbelievably low cost.
THANK YOU STUART AND BETH.
Planning is already underway for next year’s event and is eagerly looked forward to be all us Eastern Regionites.
Brian Bleakley – Chairman