What’s new… Congratulations to our Assistant Directing team of Kylie Shanley, Geesje van de Linde and Trish Tuffin who have achieved their Sweet Adelines International Director Certifications in 2013. Read their profiles in our Music Team page.
Congratulations to our Assistant Directing team of Kylie Shanley, Geesje van de Linde and Trish Tuffin who have achieved their Sweet Adelines International Director Certifications in 2013. Read their profiles in our Music Team page.
We’re spreading seasonal joy far and wide again this year! We’re performing in Pitt Street Mall and at the Martin Place Christmas Tree as part of the City of Sydney’s 2016 Choirs in the City program.
We’re taking bookings for the 2016 Christmas season – see our Christmas Carollers page for details.Read about our Community Partnerships!
Welcome to Northern Beaches Chorus, a community choir of more than 70 women of all ages and backgrounds who share a passion for performing 4-part acappella harmony in barbershop style.
With members drawn from Sydney’s Northern Beaches, North Shore, Eastern Suburbs and Inner West we offer a friendly community and an outstanding education program that gives you the confidence to be the singer you’ve dreamed of becoming.
We are a proud chapter of Sweet Adelines International, the world’s largest singing organisation for women. Their slogan is real women, real harmony, real fun and at Northern Beaches Chorus, all three are a high priority. Australia is considered a region in itself of the greater organisation and the regional name is Sweet Adelines Australia.
We rehearse at The Sydney Japanese School, Booralie Road, Terrey Hills each Monday from 7.30pm-10pm. Come to one of our Open Nights on the last Monday of each month – visit our How to Join page for information.
If you’re a woman who loves to sing, our Sweet Adelines chorus is the place for you!
We’ve been enthusiastic competitors in the Eisteddfod for many years. This year, we’ve taken it one step further with an in-kind sponsorship! Singers in the Choirs events being held at The Concourse Theatre, Chatswood on 28 & 29 May stood on the choral risers we have loaned them. In return, our advertisement featured in the Eisteddfod program.
We are proud that one of our ensembles ’11 Decibelles’ took First Place in the brand new Small Vocal Groups event and the Chorus was a finalist in The John Lamble Foundation Australasian Open Choral Championships held at Sydney Grammar School at 6pm on June 19.
The chorus headed to Wollongong 20-22 May to compete in the 2016 Sweet Adelines International Region 34 chorus contest. Our quartets Sista! and As Is competed in the quartet contest. We won the 4th place overall chorus medal and Sista! Quartet won the 5th place quartet medal. Full results from the competition can be found at www.sweetadelines.org.au/convention/2016-results
We lit up page 16 of The Manly Daily on August 21!
The article is promoting the Manly Jazz Sings event that we were part of, with The Idea of North on the October Long Weekend.
Click the picture to read about it.
We were featured on the front page of the Manly Daily on Saturday 14th December, 2013 to promote the Market Lane Saturday markets in Manly.
Our Christmas carolling program is now famous as we build our following across the beautiful beaches area and beyond, spreading joy and harmony to everyone we meet!