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The best Musical Moments ever!

I’m going out on a limb here, but I’m calling it our Best Musical Moments Ever! We fundraised a total of $1975 on the day for The Examiner’s Empty Stocking Appeal which is another fantastic result. We had a good number of people coming to watch us – some first-timers and some regulars – and their feedback has all been …

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Thah worTah iis wI–>D

Our last rehearsal left us wondering whether we had in fact come to choir rehearsal or a phonetics class, but when we finally got to sing and heard the difference in our sound, it was clear that we NEEDED this lesson badly. Which one of you has actually practised your vowel shapes at home? It takes some getting used to …

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Full steam ahead in 2014

Wow! We picked up 14 new members for the year and also welcome back two ex-members of Vox Harmony. Our membership tally now stands at 57. Welcome to all members, new, existing and returning – it’s going to be a great year with plenty of action. Our first performance is only two weeks away and there is still plenty of …

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Being “merry” is not a problem for Vox Harmony members

We do have a lot of fun at our social functions and this year’s Christmas party was no exception. Denise graceously opened up her home again to about forty party-goers who seemed to have no problem hitting it off from the start. The organisation was impeccable with just the right amount and variety of food being supplied. Of course, we …

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Carmina Burana – a very enjoyable experience

If you missed it, don’t worry we’ve got you covered. Our Carmina Burana experience has been expertly recorded by Ian Kershaw and added to Vox Harmony’s history forever. Singing with a large orchestra is not something we do every day, so when the opportunity came along we grabbed it with both hands. Soloists: Betty Hall, Lee Brient, Michaela Young and …

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Britannia Ruled The Sound Waves At Last Night Of The Proms

It was over before we knew it, but fun was had by all. For those of us with British heritage, it was a night full of emotion, reminiscence and childhood memories. Kudos to Whitney, Cas and Helen for showing us they can-can and who can forget Betty’s flag-waving solo performance. What a blast! The orchestral pieces were dramatic and recognisable, …

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Learn to Sight-Sing

One of our members came across this site: sightsingingschool.com. You may be interested to check it out. Here’s a summary of what they are all about: This program is designed for both children and adults, for teachers and students, for groups and individuals. Choir members, singing students, professional singers, music teachers, music classes and instrumentalists will all benefit from improving …

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68 Carmina Burana enthusiasts for workshop 1

A fabulous week end! Thank you everyone for giving up your time and being part of the Carmina Project. Especially the new faces and those who travelled from the north west and east coasts. It was amazing hearing the sound come together. I am looking forward to seeing everyone again in October. Happy learning! And remember: Pulse, pulse, pulse! Denise …