Month: October 2018

Convention 2018 – a success!

We headed up to Harrogate on Friday 26th for this year’s LABBS Convention. The coach was filled with singing, as was the service station where we stopped for coffee on the way. And we all looked very smart in our new red jackets and scarves!

One of our members was participating in the quartet semi-finals, and we arrived in good time to see the DeciBelles sing. They reached the finals, and came eighth overall. The evening quartet finals were very enjoyable, as was the show featuring The Locksmiths, SoundHouse and GQ.

Saturday was the chorus competition, and we were drawn quite late this year, so didn’t get to see many of the other choruses. We were warming up from 12.30pm and on stage mid-afternoon, which left us time to see the last two or three competitors and the mike-coolers, the Youth Chorus (who were adorable) and the White Rosettes, last year’s champions (who were splendid).

We scored 70.3%! Our best score yet, achieving an ambition set a while ago to break the 70 barrier. And we moved up to eleventh place. So there was much rejoicing at our chorus dinner on Saturday night, and we sang very merrily in the hotel bar afterwards.

New Look!

Our Dress Committee have worked very hard and obtained for us handsome new red jackets, fleece-lined, shower-proof, and equipped with pockets.  The new Norwich Harmony logo is on the front, and our name is across the back.

They were given out on Thursday 18th, so that we will all look smart at Convention.

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