Award-winning Hills Shire women’s a cappella group, Circular Keys Chorus, have hit the high notes again.
The group wowed audiences in the United States late last year and more recently invited women who love to sing to join them at their Learn To Sing A Cappella Short Course.
The 50 ladies who make up the Baulkham Hills-based women’s a cappella group were excited to represent Australia as Australia’s small chorus champions, in St Louis, Missouri, in the Harmony Classic competition at the Sweet Adelines International Convention.
The chorus presented an entertainment package about Australia’s wildlife, which thrilled an audience of over 20,000 worldwide. Their humorous fake tourism campaign highlighted all the local dangerous animals.
They placed third out of 232 choruses from the United States, UK, Sweden, Japan and Canada.
This energetic and diverse group are always looking for new members to join with them to discover the benefits of singing harmony and the joy singing with a group brings.
“We’re thrilled to have achieved third place in the Sweet Adelines Harmony Classic competition for small choruses in St Louis,” said Glenorie resident, Stephanie Wallbank, who is also the chorus’s assistant director.
“We performed the plan, our audience laughed in all the right places, and our judges stopped writing and looked up to watch us. Feedback from our audience was all positive. We’re so proud of our director, Vicki Dwyer, our chorus, and everyone who helped us get there.”
The chorus sings in four parts, so if you sing high, if you sing low, or if you sing in between, there’s a place just for you.

Watch CKC’s entertainment package on the international stage at:
See CKC on SBS World News in July 2017 and find out the benefits of belonging to Circular Keys Chorus:

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