The end of 2018 brings harmony and excitement for 2019 New Year News

Type of post: Chorus news item
Status: Current
Date Posted: Tue, 15 Jan 2019
How quickly our year came to an end and what a perfect way to do so with a number of performances throughout the City of Joondalup. December was packed full of festive harmonies with our members getting out and about and headlining at a variety community carol events in and around the City of Joondalup and the City of Wanneroo.

Chorus members committed to a whole day of singing at various spots across the Cities of Joondalup and Wanneroo as part of our annual Community Sing Out Day.  This year members visited some new and familiar venues which included Burns Beach Cafe for the mid-morning patrons before heading over to Joondalup Health Campus for the mid-afternoon singing. Members ending the day our regular final destination, St Ives in Mullaloo. 

The chorus went on to sing at Burns Beach's Carols by Floodlight. This was the very first community carols the Burns Beach Resident Association (BBRA) have held.  The final festive performance saw the chorus returning to sing at Sorrento Quay's Carols on the Boardwalk. In between all the community-based performances a small group of singers headed over to 6PR for our fourth and final show of the year. We really have been getting out and about preforming – something many of our members really like to get involved in – and bringing some happiness in harmony to the wider community.

Indian Blue Chorus are excited for many new opportunities with the start of a New Year. The first one of course is holding a 6 week Everyone Can Sing Course which is open to our communities far and wide. This is an opportunity to give yourself the gift of voice, harmony, friendships and much more whilst learning the skills week on week.  This is sure to keep us all singing during the months of February and March!