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Geelong Harmony wins Leopold Gateway Caroloke 2017

Geelong Harmony singers win major Caroloke prize

Geelong Harmony singers win major Caroloke prize

A team of Geelong Harmony singers has taken out the major prize of $1000 in the Leopold Gateway shopping centre 2017 Caroloke competition.

Judges decided Geelong Harmony singers gave the most fun, festive and engaging performance in this year’s event.

Around the Blend quartet wins bronze at Barbershop Harmony Australia contest

Around the Blend quartet, (from left to right) Rodney Stow, Debbie Scott (Geelong Harmony bass), Alex Morris (Geelong Harmony Musical Director) and Michelle Stow (Geelong Harmony Assistant Musical Director and lead singer) have returned from Sydney with third place in the Barbershop Harmony Australia mixed quartets competition and fifth place in the Pan Pacific contest.

Congratulations to this talented team who are a big part of the Geelong Harmony family.

Around the Blend with bronze medals

Sing with Geelong Harmony

Come and sing beautiful four-part a cappella harmonies with Geelong Harmony. Call Cynthia on 0406 666 737 for more details, or come and watch us rehearse on a Monday night from 6.45 to 9.30 pm at the Western Heights Uniting Church Hall, Douglass Street, Herne Hill. Geelong Harmony offers you fun AND seriously good singing. You don’t need to be able to read music because we learn our repertoire from high quality recordings and sheet music. Our Musical Director provides vocal coaching to everyone as we rehearse. Coaches from Canada, the US, Sweden and Australia also instruct us during special workshops on voice production, harmony singing techniques, stage presence and performance skills. We perform at local Citizenship Ceremonies and festivals, like Geelong After Dark. And each year we have the opportunity to perform interstate at the Sweet Adelines Australia Convention.

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Geelong Harmony 2nd placed medium chorus in Australia

Here's clicking at you! Geelong Harmony Chorus has returned triumphant from Perth where they competed in the national chorus contest of Sweet Adelines Australia. They placed second in their division – mid-size chorus with 31–60 singers (they had 33 singers on stage) – and were thrilled with their newest medal!