“I went in the first night and I was hooked. Absolutely hooked,” she said about joining Westcoast Harmony. “And I haven’t looked back.” - Donna St. Germain
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VITA Quartet wins again! Competing in Surrey, BC at the 2017 Regional competition, VITA won 4th place AND the Most Improved Quartet. This is the second time VITA has won the Most Improved Quartet Award and is proving that hard work pays off. "We certainly feel that the secret to our improvement, is staying together and working together." Congratulations VITA! Follow VITA here
Congratulations to Simmer! Quartet on their first time at Regionals. Placing 11th overall they also won the Novice Quartet Award..We are looking forward to hearing more from this wonderful, new quartet. Follow Simmer! here
Frenzy Quartet, with our director Anne Downton, takes the crowns in Las Vegas as the 2017 Sweet Adelines International Quartet Champion! They are only the third quartet from Canada to achieve this huge accomplishment.
Visit their website at www.frenzyquartet.com to find out about their upcoming performances.
See them in the BC Local News.
First Canadian to win the Canadian Music Educator (CMEA) Award is Patti Thorpe of Langley, BC. Sweet Adelines International will be awarding our very own Patti Thorpe with the first ever Canadian Music Educator (CMEA) Award. She will be recognized In Las Vegas on the International Stage at the MGM Grand on October 20, 2016 after the chorus competition in Vegas. Patti is the music director at Langley Secondary School, a section leader with Westcoast Harmony Chorus and is instrumental in starting the Young Women in Harmony workshop in the Lower Mainland over 10 years ago . Congratulations, Patti!
VITA Quartet recently competed in Saskatoon at the 2016 Regional competition and won a 4th place medal. This is a step in the right direction as VITA won 5th place medals last year. Onward and upward VITA! Congratulations!
ACS Recognizes contributions of Westcoast Harmony Chorus...
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