Foveaux Harmony Chorus

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Foveaux Harmony Chorus is part of a worldwide organisation called Sweet Adelines. The chorus started more than 12 years ago and has been entertaining audiences both in Invercargill and elsewhere. This is a chorus for women who love to sing four-part harmony and without accompaniment. The repertoire differs from traditional barbershop to more modern music and we love to entertain with our music and our showmanship.

Join Us!

You are always welcome to visit us during a rehearsal. You can find us at the UFS Hall at 84 Tay Street, just go down the alleyway beside Koji Japanese Restaurant and come up the steps and in the door on the left. We rehearse from 7pm until 9.30pm on Thursday evenings. New members are always welcome! Please take the chance to visit, this may be something just for you! For more information look under the “Join the chorus” link. We're currently having a break over the Christmas / New Year period but we'd love to see you in the New Year. Our first 2019 rehearsal is on 17 January.

National Competition

Foveaux Harmony Chorus competed in the national competition, the Sweet Adelines Region 35 Regional contest, which was held in Dunedin in May 2019. We were thrilled to place second in Division A, and fourth overall, earning us a medal! We also had some great feedback from the judges, complimenting us on our strong points and giving us some pointers on what to work on to raise our standard even further.

Book us to sing at your function

The chorus is happy to entertain at any occasion. We may appear as a full size chorus of approximately 30 singers or as small groups. Click on the Contact link above to find out how to get in touch.

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