A small group again entertained the residents of St Ives in Kalaroo last friday and were surprised by a donation towards our Las Vegas world championship bid. We thank you form the bottom of our hearts!
We were very exciting to find that ACW was one of the recipients of $1000 in this years BankWest Community Grants Program. Managers Jelena and David, from BankWest’s Booragoon branch, were on hand on Wednesday evening to present the cheque.
A small group of chorus members again performed for the WA Institute of Public Administration Australia (WAIPPA) awards luncheon in June. Songs included Gospel Medley, Shelter, Over The Rainbow, Gimme Gimme and I Am Australian. Event’s co-ordinator, Nadia Khalaf, commented “The performance
At only 7 years old, A Cappella West has achieved what many choruses strive for decades to manage – we won Gold at the national convention in Hobart in May 2015! Not only that, but with a score of 626.
ACW started 2015 in style singing Aussie songs for locals at the annual Rossmoyne Rotary Australia Day Breakfast in the Park.
In June a small(ish) group of ladies went out into the glorious winter sunshine to sing at the Lions sponsored WA Day – Have A Go community event in Bullcreek. We just love getting out there and singing!
ACW quartet Hi Jinx were again crowned 2014 Region 34 Champions at the SAA Regional Convention in Sydney in May. These talented ladies are our directors and mentors and we couldn’t be more proud.
We are very chuffed for our quartets Thats What She Said (aka Hi Jinx, on the left in their orange and purple) who placed first and Eureka (in the purple and orange on the right) who placed 3rd in the Invitation
ACW were happy to support one of our members when she again shaved her hair to raise funds for the Leukaemia Foundation. Some of our ladies crazy coloured their hair in support and we sang up a storm at Cockburn
This was our reaction when we heard our first performance for the year was scheduled in the 2nd week back from the summer break! Fearlessly this small group sang up a storm for TAPPS in Cottesloe in what turned into