A Cappella West would like to say thank you to the City of Cockburn for their generous sponsorship, which will help our members get to New Orleans in September to compete in the Sweet Adelines International convention, representing Australia. Eureka Quartet did a wonderful
Thrilled to be Contestant #11 out of 23 choruses when we compete at the Nationals this year in Hobart. We can’t wait! Come along and cheer us on!
A brief but lovely performance at the Hancock Prospecting International Women’s Day Luncheon at Crown Towers this afternoon. Amongst all the gorgeous dresses we saw on some of the ladies, we felt right at home in our purple sequins 😋
We had a fun night last night at rehearsal as we enjoyed A Taste Of Harmony to celebrate diversity in our chorus. We have members from all over the planet and it was wonderful to come together, wear something orange,
We are very proud of our Silver Medal winning performance at the 2017 Regional Sweet Adelines competition in our home town of Perth with a score of 614. This was hot on the heels of Hi-Jinx Quartet who competed the
Pasar Malam means Night Market and singing at this one at All Saints Bullcreek is turning into something of a tradition for ACW. As are the windy conditions and many microphones but we handled it with ablomb!
In February, we began a 6 week Vocal Course to help spread our love of singing in harmony and find any potential new Stella’s! As usual, we managed to overachieve and were thrilled to have 32 wonderful singers join our
Our first rehearsal of the year and we are off with a bang. Everyone did their homework. Two brand new competition songs ready for detailed work. Yes we all rock!
With this “Family Snap” our 2016 carolling season has begun! Taken at Cockburn City Gateway Shopping centre. Click above for upcoming performances.
We are astonished at what WE have achieved as a chorus to get us to our international debut! The overwhelming majority of our singers were not just International competitor-virgins — they were actual International virgins full-stop! There were a lot