Don’t miss the newest episode of Vocal HERspective tonight at 6:30 pm Pacific! Rachael and Amanda sit down with Kari Francis, a renaissance woman of a cappella. She’s got lots of great advice and your hosts also give tips on giving a great interview.
If you can’t listen tonight, you can also hear it at 10:30 am and pm on Sunday or head over to vocalherspective.org to listen on demand.
The festivities of the Sweet Adelines International Convention and Competition are well underway, with the Harmony Classic kicking off nearly a week of barbershop harmonies in St. Louis last night. It was truly an international affair with groups from across the US, Canada, Europe, Australia, and New Zealand.
The Harmony Classic features the top 10 small and mid-sized choruses in a 12-15 minute performance package.
Sirens of Gotham topped the field in Division A, as well as the overall Harmony Classic Title, with a colorful presentation and a score of 1232. The group is directed by Mira Taferner and Kari Francis.
It was a great night overall – here are the other Division A scores:
In Division AA, it was Wellington City Chorus of New Zealand who took home First Place with a score of 1229. The group is directed by David Brooks and Henrietta Hunkin.
Here are the other great scores from Division AA:
All Harmony Classic performances are now available for viewing on the Sweet Adelines YouTube Channel.
Tune in for the rest of the competitions this week via the Sweet Adelines website. The webcast is free, but donations are welcomed and encouraged!