Well known Hills songsters, Hills Harmony Chorus have been selected by the Hills Council to perform during the opening season of the Council’s new Pioneer Theatre. This new state-of-the-art theatre is located beneath the Council Library in Castle Hill and is designed to hold an audience of up to 350 people. It can, however, also be configured to suit many different types of shows and has the flexibility to accommodate performances where a smaller more intimate atmosphere is required.
Hills Harmony, a male acapella chorus singing in the Barbershop style, will be staging their Hills Harmony Showcase Concert in the Pioneer Theatre on Sunday afternoon the 4th of November starting at 3.30pm.
In addition to Hills harmony Chorus and several of its Quartets, the Showcase Concert has a variety of local performers including Hills Dance Company ‘Jigsaw Dance’ and The Sydney Balalaika Sextet.
The Chorus has just recently returned from competing in the Barbershop Harmony Australia National Convention which was held in Adelaide over four days.
The Hills guys performed very well and were rewarded for their efforts by being presented the award for the best mature age chorus out of the fourteen competing choruses. This was achieved with less than half of the chorus members as many were unable to make the trip to Adelaide. With just nine singers competing on stage against much larger choruses, the result achieved was particularly rewarding.
Hills Harmony was also represented by two quartets, HighJacked and Chromium, who entered the quartet competition which included almost forty quartets from around Australia. Both the Hills quartets performed creditably and will be featured in the forthcoming concert.
Tickets are now available for this unique concert and can be purchased directly through the Hills Harmony website www.hillsharmony.com.au or can be obtained by emailing [email protected] or ringing either Paul on 0419 635 537 or Peter on 0425 208 4366
Tickets are $30 each, $25 for Seniors and Concessions or $75 for a family of four.
A substantial donation will be made to Lifeline from the net proceeds of this concert.